Kung Fu star David Carradine was laid to rest in Los Angeles Saturday.
More than 400 mourners attended the private funeral, including Lucy Liu, Ali Larter and Rob Schneider, who arrived carrying a basket of flowers, according to the Associated Press.
Carradine's two-hour burial was held at the Hall of Liberty in the Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Guests were spotted with programs featuring a smiling photo of the actor in a tuxedo on the cover, and a sketch of him on the back above lyrics to The Allman Brothers Band's "Midnight Rider."
Carradine, 72, was found hanging in his Bangkok hotel room June 4. His death is still under investigation. A private pathologist ruled out suicide as a cause of death last week.
"As you can imagine, this is very hard," Carradine's brother, Bruce, told Us the day after he died.