Pat Kelly (comedian)

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Pat Kelly is a comedian from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He was trained at Loose Moose Theatre in Calgary, and was a host for YTV, a Canadian cable channel featuring children's programming. He is also an alumnus of Toronto's The Second City mainstage.

Kelly was the star of the Dave Thomas film, Intern Academy, a comedy featuring Canada's top comedic talent, including Dan Aykroyd, Peter Oldring and Dave Foley. He also appeared as the young love interest in the films Crimes of Fashion and Twitches. He has also starred in Twitches Too, the sequel to Twitches.

Kelly became interested in acting at the Western Canada High School in Calgary. He has also pursued a musical career, singing and drumming for the rock bands The Dudes and The Infernos.

He appeared in a music video for the band The New Pornographers called "The Slow Descent Into Alcoholism", which also featured fellow Loose Moose Theatre players Paul Spence and David Lawrence.

Kelly often works with Peter Oldring, a fellow Calgarian comedian. Together they created a web and television series called Good Morning World for the Comedy Network.

Most recently Kelly created and produced This Is That, a satirical current affairs program for CBC Radio One. He is also the content producer for a Vancouver based company PIKE.

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