After more than 10 years of television production experience, Kelly moved through a series of production and executive positions at KABC-TV in Los Angeles. Making a move to Paramount Pictures in 1983,...
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|The Deal||2003 2002 - 2003||Actor||John Smith||20037|
|Father Ted||2001 1998 - 2001||Actor||Father Jack Hackett||20017|
|Cowboys and Angels||2004||Actor||Jerry||20047|
|Turning Green||2009||Actor||Father O'Hara||20097|
|Waiting For Dublin||2009||Actor||Thaddius||20097|
|Malice Aforethought||Actor||Mr. Gunnell||7|
|War of the Buttons||1995||Actor||Gorilla's Dad||19957|
|Hear My Song||1991||Actor||2nd Taxi Driver||19917|
|Served as program director of KABC|
|Employed as an executive producer at KABC|
|Joined Paramount's television division as vice president of programming|
|Worked as an associate producer and producer of "AM Los Angeles" at KABC-TV in Los Angeles|
|Became executive vice president of programming for the Domestic Television Division of Paramount; handled first-run programming|
|Promoted to president, creative affairs and first-run programming, at Paramount|
In 1991 he was, along with Greg Meidel and Steve Goldman, one of three strong contenders to replace the recently departed Lucie Salhany as president of Paramount Domestic TV. While Goldman assumed the president's mantle, Kelly also assumed new responsibilities within the division for developing "reality programming" for primetime network TV as well as genre entertainment for various daytime and late night slots and international markets.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.