Canadian born actor Pat Kelly is a renowned figure in the entertainment industry. He is known for Good Girl, Bad Girl (1990), The Jon Dore Television Show (2007), and Good Morning World (2007).
Not only this man is known as an actor but his worksheet spreads out as an accomplished director and writer. You might be wondering, what specific books have Pat kelly written, or maybe just the movies or TV shows he’s portrayed in.
On deck, we’ve covered everything you need to know about actor Pat Kelly including his married relationship with his wife. Also, know if he shares any kid and also know the untold truth behind the quest of his millions of net worth!
|Full Name||Pat Kelly|
|Date of birth||1967|
|Birth Place||Calgary, Alberto, Canada|
|Profession||Actor, Writer, & Director|
Actor Pat Kelly was born in 1967 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Even though the actor is straightforward as what it seems in the movies, he is far conscious and cryptic about his personal life. Thus, information about his parents is below the radar.
As far as we’re also concerned if the Good Girl, Bad Girl actor has any siblings, and where did he attended his high school, you can feel free to share if you’ve any information about him in the comment box below.
However, it is known that he took acting classed at the Loose Moose Theatre and later enrolled to the University of Lethbridge.
Be that as it may, if we found any vital details regarding his personal life, we’d like to notify you first. So stay tuned!
Born in 1967, the Canadian actor is 52 years of age as of now. Information regarding Pat Kelly height and weight is still in the dark.
After considerable pressure from two classmates of grade 9, Pat started to take his journey seriously acting and joined the local acting group Loose Moose Theatre.
Subsequently, offers rained down for him to act as a cast in a play. By grade 11, Kelly became a regular Loose Moose performer at every weekend alongside his friend, Peter Oldring.
Soon after completing his high school, Pat took a year to travel through Canada. Then, he enrolled in the drama program at the University of Lethbridge, where he began writing plays, developing his own material.
Reportedly, he’d to leave the school as his mother became terminally ill.
Eventually, Kelly and mate Oldring co-wrote Two Guys Who Desperately Want to Be on Television in 1997. These two lads mounted the play at a secondary theater at The Second City in Toronto where they got critically acclaimed.
The Comedy Network shot the play for their TV and both of them got hired to be part of The Second City touring company.
By fate, Kelly landed his role as the host of the YTV after-school program The Zone, and then he stopped touring. Spending about two years on the show, Pat left to pursue different acting gigs.
Nevertheless, The Second City invited Pat back to the main stage. At this height of his career, Kelly made guest appearances on various television shows including Screech Owls, Just for Laughs, The Gavin Crawford Show, Jonovision, the Comedy Network’s Supertown Challenge, becoming regular cast on CBC’s Liquid Soap.
The 52 years old Canadian actor is best known for his appearance in the movies Good Girl, Bad Girl (1990), The Jon Dore Television Show (2007), and Good Morning World (2007).
In Good Girl, Bad Girl, this man acted as the first assistant film editor in 1990. This film concludes the life of a writer who needs funds to make a film based on her screenplay. She desperately won’t stop at anything to get the bucks indulging herself from dancing at a nude bar to stealing cash and hijacking snakes.
Above all, Pat Kelly himself is the writer as well as the director of the hit TV series Good Morning World that aired from 2007.
The morning show parody, placed from the usual scene in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Good Morning World takes the usual daily diet of mindless puerile nonsense of every morning show, completing with the hosts, while having coffee and light banter, mixing in some irony, sarcasm, and a dash of satire.
In fact, Pat made his first big movie debut in 1987 movie Mr. Nice Guy alongside Jackie Chan. Similarly, he made an appearance in different movies including Look Who’s Toxic (1990), Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000), Whitecoats (2004), Twitches Too (2007)and Phantom Punch (2008).
Besides, he became the co-producer of 2010 short movie Happiness Is Hate Therapy released on 29 July 2010 in the USA.
Moreover, his TV series credit includes Liquid Soapz (2002), The Jane Show (2007), Love You to Death (2007), Ink Is It (2007), The Crucible (2011).
The Canadian actor has amassed a handful of money throughout his career. However, the exact figure of his net worth is still under review but a rough estimation of his income shows that his net worth is around $3 million.
Surely, he’d have earned that fortune as long as he’s himself a writer and a director. An average salary of an actor in Canada is $30K- $130K. As long as he’s in the movie industry for over three decades we can assume that he’s already garnered more than $3 million.
Notably, Pat earned a prestigious award of Best Radio Clip for TV Special “As This Is That” in 2011 The 12th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards.
Kelly is quite conscious about his private life. As a 52 years old actor he must’ve married till date; however, no reliable sources have claimed of him, having a married relationship with his wife.
Therefore, any information regarding his children or kids is still behind the curtain. Likewise, Pat hasn’t involved in any of the controversial rumors of having dated his girlfriend or any other women. But as long as he stays mum, it’s hard to determine whether he’s in a relationship or still single.
The Jane Show star isn’t active in any social media profiles.