Kathryn Ruscio (m. 1980)
| Daniel Kelly|
| August 10, 1952 (age 63) (1952-08-10) Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.|
Saint Vincent CollegeThe Catholic University of America
Saint Vincent College, Catholic University of America
Cujo, Hardcastle and McCormick, The Good Son, Star Trek: Insurrection, Mischief Night
Lewis Teague, Brian Keith, Richard Schenkman, Stephen J Cannell, Joseph Ruben
Daniel Hugh Kelly Wikipedia
Daniel Hugh Kelly (born August 10, 1952) is an American stage, film and television actor. He is best known for his role on the 1980s ABC TV series Hardcastle and McCormick (1983–86) as ex-con Mark "Skid" McCormick, co-starring with Brian Keith.
The middle of five children, Kelly was born and reared in Elizabeth, New Jersey, where his grandfather and father were police officers/detectives and his mother a social worker. He attended and graduated from Roselle Catholic High School in 1970. A graduate of St. Vincent College (Latrobe, Pennsylvania) in 1974, Kelly also pursued an MFA at Catholic University (Washington, D.C.) on a full scholarship.
Kelly appeared in numerous Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway productions, primarily at The Public Theater and Second Stage Theatre. A product of regional repertory theater, Kelly has been a company member of the Williamstown Theater Festival (Massachusetts), The Folger Theater (DC), Arena Stage (DC), and the Actors Theatre of Louisville among others. He toured with the National Players, the nation's oldest classical touring company. He starred on Broadway as Brick opposite Kathleen Turner's Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and opposite Madeline Kahn's Billie in Born Yesterday. In 2003, he appeared at the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles), originating the role of Richard in Living Out by Lisa Loomer.
Kelly starred on daytime TV in Ryan's Hope as Senator Frank Ryan (1978–1981). Aside from Hardcastle and McCormick, he has starred in such television series as Chicago Story; I Married Dora, Second Noah, Ponderosa and Walt Disney Presents The 100 Lives of Blackjack Savage (1991) which he also co-produced. He returned to daytime television on As the World Turns, playing Col. Winston Mayer (2007–09). He guest-starred in some television series, such as Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Los Angeles, Memphis Beat, The West Wing, NCIS: Los Angeles, Supernatural, Boston Legal, Las Vegas and Walker, Texas Ranger.
He also appeared in miniseries and television movies, such as Passing Glory, The Tuskegee Airmen, Citizen Cohn, From the Earth to the Moon and The Nutcracker, among others. His feature film roles include the 1983 horror film Cujo, The Good Son, The In Crowd, Chill Factor, Nowhere to Hide, Bad Company, Someone to Watch Over Me, The Guardian and Star Trek: Insurrection.
BroadwayBorn Yesterday Richard Rodgers Theater (1989)Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Eugene O'Neill Theatre (1990)
Off-BroadwayMiss Margarida's Way Public Theater (1977)Hunchback of Notre Dame Public Theater (1977)Fishing Second Stage Theatre (1981)Juno's Swans Second Stage Theatre (1985)
RegionalHenry IV Part 1 National Players (1974)Charley's Aunt National Players (1974)School for Wives National Players (1974)An Enemy of the People Arena Stage (1975)Once in a Lifetime Arena Stage (1975)A Bird in the Hand The Wayside Theater (1975)No Time for Sergeants The Wayside Theater (1975)Of Mice and Men Cohoes Music Hall (1976)The Best Man Actors Theatre of Louisville (1976)Much Ado About Nothing Actors Theatre of Louisville (1976)A Christmas Carol Actors Theatre of Louisville (1976)Arturo Ui Actors Theatre of Louisville (1977)The Rainmaker Actors Theatre of Louisville (1977)Tennessee Williams: A Celebration Williamstown Theatre Festival (1982)Room Service Williamstown Theatre Festival (1982)Enemies Williamstown Theatre Festival (1982)Barbarians Williamstown Theatre Festival (1986)Hawthorne Country Williamstown Theatre Festival (1986)The Lucky Spot Williamstown Theatre Festival (1986)Living Out Mark Taper Forum (2003)The Art of Losing Blank Theatre Company (2012)