Name: PRISONER IN CELL (Uncredited)
Aka's: n/a
Nationality: British
Role: An inmate in Bridger's prison
Previous Convictions: n/a

Memorable Quote:
"Drink, Feck, Girls..." err, hang on - that wasn't The Italian Job!
Real name: Frank Kelly
Born: n/a
Better known as the eccentric drunk priest 'Father Jack Hackett' in the hit British TV's comedy 'Father Ted' (1995)

Career Information
Frank Kelly's career spans radio, TV, theatre and film. He has played a wide variety of roles in the Irish theatre over many years and has toured extensively in the USA and Canada.

He has also written widely for both radio and television and for seven years presented his own weekly radio comedy show. He has released six albums of his own comedy material and wrote the comedy novel 'The Annals of Ballykilferret', subsequently serialised for RTE Radio. His hit single 'Comedy Countdown' charted three times in Britain and reached no. 1 in Australia.


Rat (2000)
Aristocrats (1999) (mini) TV Series
Miracle at Midnight (1998) (TV)
35 Aside (1995)
Father Ted (1995) TV Series
War of the Buttons (1994)
Hear My Song (1991)
Taffin (1988)

Notable Guest TV Appearances

Remington Steele (1982) - playing Willard Skeggs in episode: Steele Your Heart Away

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