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Jack Kelly Biography

Ravi Patel Wed Nov, 2017
Jack Kelly

Facts of Jack Kelly

Date of Birth: 1927 , September-16
Date of Death: 1992 , November-7
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch

Quick Timeline of Jack Kelly

1927 Born in United States
1939 Debuted his role in Biopic
1954 Played the role of Clay Allison
1962 Appeared on Red Nightmare movie
1969 Married Ann Smith
1992 Kelly died at Humana Hospital

Detail Timeline of Jack Kelly

September 16 , 1927

Born in United States

Jack was born in Astoria, Queens, New York, the United States. His father, John Augustus Kelly, Sr was a popular model and actor and his mother Nan Kelly was a popular stage actress.

1939

Debuted his role in Biopic


Kelly made his acting debut in an uncredited role in the 1939 biopic The Story of Alexander Graham Bell, opposite Don Ameche and Loretta Young which was loved by many people.

July 15 , 1954

Played the role of Clay Allison

Kelly appeared in the role of a gunfighter, cattleman, and bandit, Clay Allison in the syndicated television series, Stories of the Century, that was starred and narrated by Jim Davis.

1962

Appeared on Red Nightmare movie

Kelly appeared in the lead role in Red Nightmare, Armed Forces Information Film which deals with the aftermath of America that is overtaken by communists. This movie was delivered by Jack Webb.

October 16 , 1969

Married Ann Smith

Kelly married Ann Smith in Las Vegas, Nevada, after dating for some time. The couple is blessed with a daughter, Nicole, who is the founder and executive producer of August II Productions company.

1992

Kelly died at Humana Hospital

Kelly suffered a heart attack for a long time and at last, he died at Humana Hospital in Huntington Beach, California, on November 7, 1992, because of stroke.

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Kelly made his acting debut in an uncredited role in the 1939 biopic The Story of Alexander Graham Bell, opposite Don Ameche and Loretta Young. Later, on July 15, 1954, he played a gunfighter, cattleman, and bandit Clay Allison in the syndicated television series, Stories of the Century that was starred and narrated by Jim Davis.

Further, in his career, Jack Kelly appeared in the television series based on the 1942 film King Row. With the end of the series, Kelly featured in Forbidden PlanetShe-Devil and made guest appearances on Fireside Theater, Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, Lux Video Theatre, and Gunsmoke series.

Later in 1962, Kelly appeared in the lead role in Red Nightmare, an Armed Forces Information Film which shows the aftermath of America that is overtaken by communists. This movie was delivered by Jack Webb. After this, Jack appeared in the Fenton Canaby Story based series, Wagon Train that aired on ABC television network. 

Apart from acting career, Kelly was also active in real estate and politics. He began real estate in Huntington Beach in the Mid 1960s and moved there permanently in 1971. During 1980 to 1990, Kelly worked as the city councilman and mayor in Huntington Beach.
   
Talking about his personal life, Jack Kelly was an American by nationality and belonged to the white ethnicity. Kelly married his girlfriend May Wynn, an American actress on October 14, 1956. The couple couldn't continue their married life and divorced on 19, 1964. 

After divorce with his first wife, Kelly dated an American actress and model Karen Steele. Later the couple separated, and Kelly married Ann Smith on October 16, 1969, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The couple is blessed with a daughter Nicole

Kelly suffered a heart attack and died at Humana Hospital in Huntington Beach, California, on November 7, 1992, because of stroke.