David Patrick Kelly is an actor and musician from America. He is known for his roles in films like ‘48 Hrs.’, ‘Commando’, ‘The Crow’, ‘The Funeral,’ ‘Last Man Standing’, ‘The Longest Yard’, and ‘Flags of Our Fathers’. A native of Michigan, Kelly was gifted a mandolin by his mother when he was 13 years old. This made him interested in music and when he was in college, he penned the lyrics and composed the music for four musicals staged in Detroit. He was active in the American theatre scene for years before he made his screen debut in the 1979 crime action film ‘The Warriors’, portraying the main antagonist Luther. His TV debut occurred in that year as well, in the telefilm ‘Sanctuary of Fear’. In 1998, he became the recipient of an Obie Award for sustained excellence for his theatre work in classics, new plays, and the avant-garde.
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John F. Kelly, Kathleen Kelly, Margaret Kelly, Maureen Kelly, Robert C. Kelly, Susan Kelly