Mike Kellin (born Myron Kellin, April 26, 1922 – August 26, 1983) was an American actor.
- Early Life
- Personal Life and Death
- Play Credits
- Film Credits
- Television Credits
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Kellin was born Myron Kellin in Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Sophia and Samuel Kellin, Russian Jewish immigrants. His younger sister, Shirley Ann Kellin (born August 14, 1927), died in the 1944 Hartford circus fire. He was educated at Boston University and Trinity College in Hartford. He served with the Navy as a Lieutenant Commander during World War II and after the war studied acting and playwriting at the Yale School of Drama.
Kellin's coarse-featured face, tired eyes and flat, monotone voice suggested that he had lived hard and fast. He was most often cast as tough guys, both good and evil. His portrayals were memorable. He made his Broadway debut in 1949 in At War with the Army and repeated his role in the film version with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. He worked in some 50 plays and won an Obie Award for his work in American Buffalo and earned a Tony nomination in 1956 for his acting in the Musical Pipe Dream. Kellin appeared in both the film version of The Wackiest Ship in the Army and the television series based on the film, in the same role. Kellin appeared in an episode on Lost in Space, "The Deadly Games Of Gamma 6," as Myko.
Kellin was married to actress Sally Moffat, daughter of actress Sylvia Field, who is probably best known for her role as Martha Wilson on Dennis the Menace. He was also active in the Fortune Society, a prisoner's rights group. He died on August 26, 1983 from lung cancer in Nyack, New York, at the age of sixty-one. His interment was at Emanuel Synagogue Cemetery in Wethersfield, Connecticut.
He was very active in television and was a regular on: 1. Mister Peepers(TV series) (1952) as Edward Barnes 2. Bonino(1953) as Rusty 3. Honestly, Celeste!(1954) as Marty Gordon 4. The Wackiest Ship in the Army(1965–66) as C.P.O. Willie Miller 5. Seventh Avenuea mini-series (1977) as Morris Blackman 6. Fitz and Bones(1981) as Robert Whitmore He also appeared in made-for-TV movies including: 1. Assignment: Munich(1972) 2. The Connection(1973) 3. F.D.R.: the Last Year(1980) as Andre Gromyko He guest starred on the following: 1. Naked City 2. The Rifleman(1959) "Surveyors" 3. The Untouchables 4. Alfred Hitchcock Presents 5. The Twilight Zone (1963) "The Thirty-Fathom Grave" 6. Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond(1960) "The Trap" 7. Have Gun, Will Travel(1961) "Drop of Blood" 8. Have Gun, Will Travel(1958) "The Solid Gold Patrol" 9. Route 66(1961) "Birdcage on my foot" 10. Route 66(1962) "Hey Moth, Come Eat The Flame" 11. Lost in Space"The Deadly Games Of Gamma 6" 12. Combat!(1965)...Mike Kellin on IMDbMike Kellin papers, 1946-1983, held by the Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing ArtsMike Kellin at Find a Grave
Mike Kellin (April 26, 1922 – August 26, 1983) was an American actor.
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Help Wikipedia deur na moontlike teks te soek en 'n skakel hierheen te plaas. Mike Kellin (26 April 1922 – 26 Augustus 1983) was 'n Amerikaanse akteur. Hy was bekend vir sy rolle in die rolprente At War with the Army (1950), Midnight Express (1978), The Jazz Singer (1980), en Sleepaway Camp (1983).
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Myron "Mike" Kellin (26. huhtikuuta 1922 Hartford, Connecticut – 26. elokuuta 1983 Nyack, New York) oli yhdysvaltalainen näyttelijä.
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"The Thirty Fathom Grave" is episode 104 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. It originally aired on January 10, 1963 on CBS . In this naval -themed episode, the crew of a Navy destroyer hear a mysterious rhythmic noise coming from a sunken submarine.
Combat! is an American television drama series that originally aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. The exclamation point in Combat! was depicted on-screen as a stylized bayonet . The show covered the grim lives of a squad of American soldiers fighting the Germans in France during World War II .