Lew Kelly

Lew Kelly

  • Born on
    • August 24th, 1879
  • Died on
    • June 10th, 1944
Lew Kelly was an American stage and film actor. He appeared in more than 200 films between 1928 and 1944. He was born Louis Kelly in St. Louis, Missouri, and died in Los Angeles, California.


Acting (20 Credits)

1943Spook Louder as Prof. J. Ogden Dunkfeather
1943Lady of Burlesque as The Hermit
1943The Mad Ghoul as Stagehand (uncredited)
1943Action in the North Atlantic as Tony Gonzales (uncredited)
1942Bowery at Midnight as Doc Brooks
1942The Falcon Takes Over as Coroner (Uncredited)
1942In Old California as Forty-Niner
1941The Gay Falcon as Elmer, Jailer
1941The Little Foxes as Train Companion (uncredited)
1941Honky Tonk as Miner
1940The Westerner as Ticket Man (uncredited)
1939The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn as First Riverboat Pilot
1937Shall We Dance as Policeman at Jail (uncredited)
1936Winds of the Wasteland as Rocky O'Brien
1935Man on the Flying Trapeze as Adolph Berg
1933Lady for a Day as Reception Guest Harry the Horse (uncredited)
1933Hard to Handle as Hash-Slinger (uncredited)
1932Virtue as Magistrate
1932Million Dollar Legs as Train Conductor (uncredited)
1932I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang as Diner Cook (uncredited)

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