Kellerd, John E.


Kellerd, John E.
(1863-1929)
   The actor was born in London, England, and came to America for the opening of the Boston Museum in 1883. He acted in support of Frederick Warde, and then toured in a Shakespearean repertory. His long list of Broadway credits from 1886 to 1914 is mostly contemporary fare, but his reputation truly rested on his outstanding work in Shakespearean roles.

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