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June 19, 1966 |
Pueblo, Colorado, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, rancher, trucker|
|Children||Three (with Tuttle)|
Kelly Reno (born June 19, 1966, in Pueblo, Colorado) is a former child actor who was cast at age 11 in the role of Alec Ramsey, the young boy who is marooned on a deserted island along with a horse, in The Black Stallion (based on the novel by Walter Farley). The film was made in 1977.
Reno also appeared in the 1983 film adaptation of The Black Stallion Returns, alongside Vincent Spano. His acting career was cut short when the pick-up truck he was driving was hit by a semi-truck. He had severe injuries and the long recovery time put an end to his acting career. In 1985 he appeared as an Alamo messenger who travels through time in an episode entitled "Alamo Jobe" in Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories.
After 20 years as a cattle rancher, he became a semi-truck driver. He lives in Colorado with his third wife and her daughter.
- Holmstrom, John. The Moving Picture Boy: An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995. Norwich, Michael Russell, 1996, p. 372-373.
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