Chris Kelly

Christopher Kelly, Irish actor. His journey in the world of acting began with a solid foundation at the esteemed Drama Centre London, where he earned his Master of Arts in Classical Acting under the tutelage of legendary teachers, Christopher Fettes and Oleg Mirochnikov.

During his time at Drama Centre London, Christopher had the privilege of training at the renowned Boris Shchukin Theatre in Moscow, further enriching his skills and broadening his perspective on the art of acting. Immersed in the rich theatrical traditions of Russia’s Stanislavski technique, he absorbed invaluable insights that continue to inform his approach to performance to this day.

Kelly’s talent and dedication have not gone unnoticed, as evidenced by his notable roles in both stage and screen productions. One of his standout performances was in the BBC historical drama “37 Days,” where he portrayed the complex character of Bosnian Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip. His portrayal garnered critical acclaim for its depth and authenticity, showcasing his ability to inhabit characters with conviction and emotional resonance.

In addition to his screen work, Christopher Kelly has also made significant contributions to the theatre scene, having worked professionally with esteemed companies such as the Ulster Theatre Company. Through these experiences, he has demonstrated his versatility as an actor, tackling a diverse range of roles with skill and precision.

With his classical training and a dedication to his craft, Christopher Kelly continues to captivate audiences with his compelling performances, solidifying his reputation as a talent to watch. Whether on stage or screen, he brings a depth of emotion and authenticity to each role, leaving a lasting impression on audiences everywhere.