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Chad Bannon
Born Chad Bannon
November 13, 1970 (1970-11-13) (age 39)
Denver, Colorado
Occupation Film, television actor, mixed martial artist

Chad Bannon (born November 13, 1970), also credited as Chad Ullery, is an American television and movie actor. He stands 6'4" and weighs 280 pounds. He is best known for his role as Killer Karl in House of 1000 Corpses and playing D.O.A. on the sports entertainment program "Battle Dome".

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Modeling and acting

Bannon started his career as a male model posing nude for Colt Studios and appearing in Playgirl magazine's July 1994 issue.[1] He landed the cover of Advocate Men's October 1995 issue.[2] He made his acting debut in the Chi Chi LaRue-directed erotic film Behind the Barn Door playing the love interest of Bo Summers.[3][4] Bannon then starred in independent horror comedy film Kill Maddonna [5][6] and eventually landed roles in major motion pictures like Planet of the Apes and House of 1000 Corpses.

Martial arts

Bannon went on to pursue a career as a mixed martial artist and has competed for King of the Cage and K-1 as part of Bob Sapp's "Team Beast".[7] He fought Rick Collup in 2002 at King of the Cage: 18 Sudden Impact, knocking him out in only 20 seconds.[8]

Bannon fought Tatsufumi Tomihira at K-1 BEAST 2003 in Yamagata and lost in a 3-0 decision.[9][10] Bannon is a heavyweight, weighing 245 lbs and standing at 6'4".[11]

Mixed Martial Arts Record

1 Win (1 (T)KO's), 0 Losses

Date D-M-Y Opponent Result Detail Event
01-11-2002 United States Rick Collup W KO 1R :20 King of the Cage 18: Sudden Impact

Kickboxing record

0 Wins, 1 Loss

Date D-M-Y Opponent Result Detail Event
06-04-2003 Japan Tatsufumi Tomihira L Decision 0-3 3R 3:00 K-1 Beast 2003

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