Matthew Kelly recently starred in Noises Off at the Phoenix Theatre in London.
Matthew Kelly is an English actor and presenter who first came to prominence as a television presenter of ITV light entertainment shows Game for a Laugh, You Bet! and Stars in Their Eyes.
On stage he won an Olivier Award in 2004 for his portrayal of Lennie in John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men at the Savoy Theatre. Kelly’s numerous West End credits include Waiting For Godot with Ian McKellan, Tim Firth’s warm and witty play Sign of the Times; musicals Lend Me a Tenor! (Gielgud Theatre) and Big (Dominion Theatre).
Off- West End credits include The Box of Delights at Wilton’s Music Hall; the UK tour of The Dresser with Julian Clary; Desire Under The Elms at the Sheffield Crucible; Peter Barnes’ monologue Losing Myself filmed at Theatre Royal Windsor; Dick Whittington pantomime with Arlene Phillips; and a UK tour of Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art alongside David Yelland.
Tv roles include Cold Blood, Benidorm, Bleak House, Relative Strangers and Egypt.
Matthew Kelly will play the role of Selsdon Mowbray in the 40th Anniversary production of Michael Frayn’s multi award-winning farce, Noises Off.
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Wonderful. How they learn such a mass of quick movements and timing and words is beyond me. Laughed a lot.