Biography

Bill Kelly grew up in central Kentucky where he attended Eastern Kentucky University majoring in Broadcasting which lead to a 30+ year career in Radio. He moved to Florida in 1986 and made the transition to film in 2003 as a regular actor with the prestigious Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts. Bill has had the lead or supporting actor roles in over 35 film productions with some earning a spot at film festivals all over the world…including The Cannes Film Festival in 2004 for his co-starring role in “The 17th Man”. His first professional film role was in Michael Bay’s 2012 release “Pain & Gain”. Television roles include appearances on shows like “Burn Notice”, “Graceland”, a recurring role as “Clay Grunwald” in the Netflix series “Bloodline”, “Ballers” on HBO, “The Detour”, and “Halt and Catch Fire”.

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