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Gene Kelly

Gene KellyAKA Eugene Curran Kelly

Born: 23-Aug-1912
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA
Died: 2-Feb-1996
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Cremated

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor, Dancer

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Singin' in the Rain

Military service: US Navy (WWII, U.S. Naval Photographic Center)

Brother: Fred Kelly
Wife: Betsy Blair (actress, m. 22-Sep-1941, div. 3-Apr-1957, one daughter)
Daughter: Kerry (b. 1940)
Wife: Jeanne Coyne (m. 1960, d. 1973, one son, one daughter)
Daughter: Bridget (with Jean Coyne)
Son: Tim (with Jean Coyne)
Wife: Patricia Ward (m. 1990, until his death)

    High School: Peabody High School, Highland Park, PA (1929)
    University: BS Economics, University of Pittsburgh (1933)

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    Oscar (honorary) 1952
    Emmy 1967 for Jack and the Beanstalk (children's TV)
    American Film Institute Life Achievement Award 1985
    Kennedy Center Honor 1982
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6161 Hollywood Blvd.
    National Medal of Arts 1994
    Hernia Operation Los Angeles, CA (May-1979)
    Stroke Los Angeles, CA (23-Jul-1994)
    Stroke 7-Feb-1995

    TELEVISION
    Going My Way Fr. Chuck O'Malley (1962-63)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    That's Entertainment, Part II (16-May-1976)
    The Cheyenne Social Club (12-Jun-1970)
    Hello, Dolly! (16-Dec-1969)
    A Guide for the Married Man (25-May-1967)
    Gigot (27-Sep-1962)
    The Tunnel of Love (21-Nov-1958)
    The Happy Road (20-Jun-1957)
    Invitation to the Dance (22-May-1956)
    It's Always Fair Weather (1-Sep-1955)
    Singin' in the Rain (27-Mar-1952)
    On the Town (8-Dec-1949)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    That's Entertainment! III (16-Jun-1994) · Himself
    North and South (3-Nov-1985)
    That's Dancing! (18-Jan-1985) · Himself
    Xanadu (8-Aug-1980) · Danny McGuire
    Viva Knievel! (15-Jul-1977)
    That's Entertainment, Part II (16-May-1976) · Himself
    That's Entertainment! (23-May-1974) · Himself
    40 Carats (28-Jun-1973)
    The Young Girls of Rochefort (8-Mar-1967)
    What a Way to Go! (12-May-1964) · Jerry Benson
    Inherit the Wind (Jun-1960) · E. K. Hornbeck
    Marjorie Morningstar (24-Apr-1958)
    Les Girls (3-Oct-1957) · Barry Nichols
    The Happy Road (20-Jun-1957)
    Invitation to the Dance (22-May-1956) · Sinbad
    It's Always Fair Weather (1-Sep-1955) · Ted Riley
    Deep in My Heart (9-Dec-1954) · Tap Dancer
    Brigadoon (8-Sep-1954) · Tommy Albright
    Seagulls Over Sorrento (13-Jul-1954) · Lt. Bradville
    The Devil Makes Three (19-Sep-1952) · Capt. Jeff Eliot
    Singin' in the Rain (27-Mar-1952) · Don Lockwood
    It's a Big Country (20-Nov-1951) · Icarus Xenophon
    An American in Paris (4-Oct-1951) · Jerry Mulligan
    Summer Stock (31-Aug-1950) · Joe D. Ross
    Black Hand (11-Mar-1950) · Johnny Columbo
    On the Town (8-Dec-1949) · Gabey
    Take Me Out to the Ball Game (9-Mar-1949) · Eddie O'Brien
    Words and Music (9-Dec-1948) · Himself
    The Three Musketeers (20-Oct-1948) · D'Artagnan
    The Pirate (20-May-1948) · Serafin
    Living in a Big Way (10-Jun-1947)
    Ziegfeld Follies (8-Apr-1946) · Bromide Dancer
    Anchors Aweigh (14-Jun-1945) · Joseph Brady
    Christmas Holiday (7-Jun-1944)
    Cover Girl (30-Mar-1944) · Danny McGuire
    The Cross of Lorraine (12-Nov-1943)
    Thousands Cheer (13-Sep-1943)
    Du Barry Was a Lady (13-Aug-1943) · Alec Howe
    Pilot #5 (24-Jun-1943) · Vito S. Alessandro
    For Me and My Gal (21-Oct-1942) · Harry Palmer


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