Robert Kelly

Robert Kelly

 Los Angeles, California, USA
BandComedy

Mission IMPROVable performs short, fast-paced, hilarious, improvisational comedy games (ala the popular television show "Who's Line is it Anyway?") around the theme of the movie Mission Impossible. The “missions” are created on the spot and based solely on suggestions taken from the audience.

Biography

Robert Kelly has overcome many hardships in his life, all of which have made him the actor/comedian he is today. From his early days as a kid growing up in Boston in and out of Juvenile Hall, Kellys unique, honest take on his own life and his relationships make his comedy clever, abrasive, funny, but yet refreshingly vulnerable.

He has been winning over audiences for the last 18 years. In addition to clubs and colleges nationwide, Kelly has traveled across the country in the Tourgasm Live tour with Dane Cook and Gary Gulman. He is a regular on the Opie and Anthony radio show and has performed at the Just For Laughs Festival (Montreal 2010 & 2008), the South Beach Comedy Festival, HBOs Comedy Festival (Las Vegas), and the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival (Aspen 2007). In 2009, he performed in front of over 1 million people in 80 arenas across the country as a feature on the Isolated Incident Tour.

His extensive TV comedy credits include the recent Comedy Central Special Comics Anonymous, Comedy Central PresentsRobert Kelly, Tourgasm on HBO, Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC, Premium Blend on Comedy Central, "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn" on Comedy Central, "The Carson Daly Show on NBC, Awesomely Oversexed on VH1 and The Jim Breuer Show on MTV. He also just filmed an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm that will air this season.

Kellys acting credits also include portraying Louie CKs brother (Robbie) on Louie on FX, Law & Order on NBC, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC, and he appeared as a detective playing opposite Vincent DOnofrio on Law & Order: Criminal Intent on NBC and a guest starring role on "The Job" on ABC with Denis Leary.

His movie credits include Ghost Town, What Doesnt Kill You, Children of Invention, Bachelor No. 2 and Good Luck Chuck. He also just finished producing and starring in his first short film Shooting Angles.

Kelly currently lives in New York City with his wife and their two dogs.