2010 - present
2010 - present

Bio: Tony Kelly

Born and raised in Waterford, Ireland. It was a move to New York City at the age of 23 that brought him his break into show business. During film school a tongue in cheek short film he made called "I Am Jeff Shanagarry" got into the hands of comedy producer Stephen Rosenfield and the rest was history. Tony started doing stand up comedy in the clubs and pubs of NYC making his debut in the famed Gotham Comedy Club. It was also during his first year of film school he ended up getting some bit parts and broke into the acting world. In 2010 he was cast in his first significant role in an episode of BBC America Sci Fi show Primeval. Since then Tony has starred in Canadian Independent hits "Freedom" and "Victory" both by Director Victor Crowl and many other stage and screen roles. In his comedy career, his debut album "PS, I Hate You", recorded in his hometown of Waterford, Ireland, was released digitally on November 13th 2012 and now his Web Series, "The Hurler" is a big hit online and has won major awards worldwide such as; The Audience Award at Dublin WebFest 2016, Best Irish Series at Dublin WebFest 2016 and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for Tony playing Gar Campion at "The Web Series Oscars" LA WebFest 2015 from Universal Studios, Hollywood. As of 2017, Tony plays the lead role of "Daniel Doran" in the upcoming Irish independent feature film "Writing Home" which had it's world premiere at the prestigious Galway Film Fleadh.