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Matthew Kelly was born on May 9, 1950 in Urmston, Manchester, England as David Kelly. He is an actor, known for Stars in Their Eyes (1990), After They Were Famous (1999) and After Dallas (2002). See full bio »
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Known For

Stars in Their Eyes
Stars in Their Eyes Himself - Presenter
After They Were Famous
After They Were Famous Himself - Narrator / Himself
After Dallas
After Dallas Himself - Narrator
After Upstairs Downstairs
After Upstairs Downstairs Himself - Narrator


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 2018 Mumatar (Short) (pre-production)
 2016 Carvery (Short) (completed)
Clem Wagstaff
 2015 Burn Burn Burn
 2012-2014 Benidorm (TV Series)
Cyril Babcock
 2013 M.I.High (TV Series)
Dr. Steinberg
- The Final Endgame (2013) ... Dr. Steinberg
 2013 Moving On (TV Series)
- The Shrine (2013) ... John
 2011 Showreel
 2011 Casualty (TV Series)
Andrew Brookfield
- Keep on Running: Part 2 (2011) ... Andrew Brookfield
- Place of Safety (2011) ... Andrew Brookfield
 2010/I The Tell Tale Heart (Short)
 2009 Tortoise (Short)
 2005-2008 Cold Blood (TV Mini-Series)
Brian Wicklow
- Cold Blood (2005) ... Brian Wicklow
 2006 Where the Heart Is (TV Series)
- Greater Love (2006) ... Barry
 2005 Celebrate 'Oliver!' (TV Movie)
Mr. Bumble
 2004 Two Stops to Bank (Short)
 2002 Doctors (TV Series)
Peter Harvey
- Who's Going to Know? (2002) ... Peter Harvey
 1997 Knight School (TV Series)
King Edward
- The New Boy (1997) ... King Edward
 1995 Last of the Summer Wine (TV Series)
- A Leg Up for Christmas (1995) ... Policeman
 1985-1987 Relative Strangers (TV Series)
- Episode #2.7 (1987) ... Fitz
- Episode #2.6 (1987) ... Fitz
- Episode #2.5 (1987) ... Fitz
- Episode #2.4 (1987) ... Fitz
- Episode #2.3 (1987) ... Fitz
 1984 Gabrielle and the Doodleman
 1980-1982 Holding the Fort (TV Series)
- News from the Front (1982) ... Fitz
- Otherwise Engaged (1982) ... Fitz
- One Careful Owner (1982) ... Fitz
- Under Pressure (1982) ... Fitz
- A Place in the Sun (1982) ... Fitz
 1981 Funny Man (TV Series)
Basil Whipp
- Ships That Pass (1981) ... Basil Whipp
 1978 Play for Today (TV Series)
- One Bummer Newsday (1978) ... Bill
 1978 Do You Remember? (TV Series)
- The Bonus (1978) ... Bernard
 1978 Pickersgill People (TV Series)
Bogdan Kershaw
- The Primitive (1978) ... Bogdan Kershaw
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Personal Details

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He acted in John Steinbeck's play, "Of Mice and Men," at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with George Costigan and Tyrone Huggins in the cast. Jonathan Church was director. See more »

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1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »


6' 5" (1.96 m)

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Personal Quote:

I never thought I'd be famous. I started out making custard pies for a TV comic called Mr Pastry. See more »


Although he became a household name as a TV presenter, he actually started out as an actor, in the Liverpool Everyman Theatre company of 1974 which also included Kevin Lloyd, Del Henney, Dave Piat, Nicholas Le Prevost, Stephanie Fayerman, Kate Fahy, Michael Radcliffe, Julie Walters, Nicholas Woodeson, Bill Nighy, Roger Phillips and Nick Stringer. See more »

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