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Gerard Kelly (I) (1959–2010)

Gerard Kelly was born on May 27, 1959 in Glasgow, Scotland as Paul Kelly. He was an actor and director, known for The Camerons (1979), Going Out (1980) and Brookside: The Lost Weekend (1997). He died on October 28, 2010 in Isleworth, Middlesex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Camerons
The Camerons Andrew Cameron
Going Out
Going Out Arty Jackson
Brookside: The Lost Weekend
Brookside: The Lost Weekend Callum Finnegan
Juliet Bravo
Juliet Bravo PC David Gallagher


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 2011 Holby City (TV Series)
Jerry Campbell
 2009 No Holds Bard (TV Movie)
William Auld
 2007 Rikki & Me (Video)
Jack Milroy
 2005-2007 Extras (TV Series)
 2006 Casualty (TV Series)
Doug Murray
 2006 Snuff Box (TV Series)
 2005 Taggart (TV Series)
Graham Tully
 2004 The Barn
Thug #1
 2004 Ae Fond Kiss...
Parish Priest
 1997 Brookside: The Lost Weekend (Video)
Callum Finnegan
 1997 Caught in the Act (Video)
Ronnie Rich
 1996 Hamish Macbeth (TV Series)
PC Duggan
 1996 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)
George Dunbar
 1994 EastEnders (TV Series)
 1988-1993 Rab C. Nesbitt (TV Series)
Sandy McKean / Man in Window
 1984-1991 City Lights (TV Series)
Willie Melvin
 1989 Screen Two (TV Series)
Nick's Father
 1988 The Comic Strip Presents... (TV Series)
Hilary / Promo Director
 1988 The Play on One (TV Series)
Charley Hood
 1986 Scotch & Wry (Video)
 1986 The Holy City (TV Movie)
 1985-1986 Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV (TV Series)
Paul / Italian Waiter / Toyah Fan
 1986 Brat Farrar (TV Mini-Series)
Archie Macallan
 1984 Murder Not Proven? (TV Series)
Cosimo Latona
 1984 Blind Date
Subway Gang Member
 1983 Killer (TV Mini-Series)
Michael Boyd
 1983 Ring of Keys (TV Movie)
 1983 Metal Mickey (TV Series)
Bolshie student
 1982 The Young Ones (TV Series)
Brush / Street Level Kid #1
 1982 Play for Tomorrow (TV Series)
Gary Brown
 1982 Take It or Leave It (Documentary)
Dick the Ted
 1982 Nanny (TV Series)
Tom Abberton
 1981 Juliet Bravo (TV Series)
PC David Gallagher
 1981 Going Out (TV Series)
Arty Jackson
 1981 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
PC Hansley
 1980 Shoestring (TV Series)
Hi-Fi Salesman
 1980 Hammer House of Horror (TV Series)
 1980 Charles Endell, Esq (TV Series)
Kennel Boy
 1980 God's Wonderful Railway (TV Series)
Robbie Grant
 1978-1979 Play for Today (TV Series)
George 'Spanky' Farrell / Donal
 1979 The Camerons (TV Series)
Andrew Cameron
 1973 Come Away In (Short)
Young boy (uncredited)
 1971 All the Way Home (TV Movie)
Second Boy
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing", at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Mark Rylance, Janet McTeer, David Morrissey, Rachel Joyce, Jack Ellis and Mark Hadfield in the cast. Matthew Warchus was the director.

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Gerrard Kelly


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