Mike Kellin (Stage Actor) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born

Mike Kellin was an American actor.

Born: Myron Kellin, Apr 26, 1922, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.
Died: Aug 26, 1983, Nyack, New York, U.S.
Alma mater: Boston University, Trinity College, Yale School of Drama
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 1950–1983
Religion: Jewish
Spouse(s): Nina Caiserman Kellin (1951-1963, her death), Sally Moffet (-1983, his death)
Children: One adopted daughter
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About Mike Kellin

Actor who received a Tony nomination for his performance in a 1955 Broadway musical entitled Pipe Dream. He also appeared in numerous films.

Before Fame

He attended Boston University and Trinity College before starting his acting career.


His film credits include roles in Hurricane Smith, Hell is for Heroes, The Boston Strangler, and Freebie and the Bean.

Family Life

He was born in Hartford, Connecticut to Russian-Jewish parents.


He appeared with Celeste Holm in Honestly, Celeste!, a short-lived situation comedy series.

Information related to Mike Kellin

  • Male actors from Hartford, Connecticut
  • Trinity College (Connecticut) alumni
  • Yale School of Drama alumni

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