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Capt. Wild Bill Kelso
Capt. Wild Bill Kelso
Released several albums as one of The Blues Brothers.
1 Biographical Movie |
3 Print Biographies |
4 Portrayals |
10 Articles |
4 Magazine Cover Photos |
The Blues Brothers | Kevin Scott
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Did You Know?
Back in Chicago, all we cared about was rock 'n' roll and staying out of the army.
The role of Dr. Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters
(1984) was originally written for Belushi. After his death, the role went to fellow SNL player Bill Murray
On Saturday Night Live
(1975), he often did a running act on the Weekend Update section where he would give an editorial speech that starts calmly, but increases in emotional intensity until the end he is screaming and flailing around like a maniac.