Chance Kelly is an American film and television actor best known for his appearance as Detective Ed Cutler on the NBC television series, Aquarius, and as Agent Mitchell Loeb in the popular Fox tv series, Fringe.
Kelly, who has appeared in 2008 HBO miniseries Generation Kill, has been married to Susan A Sanchez with who he shares three children.
Grandson of Screenwriter William Fay
Chance Kelly was born on January 28, 1967, in Armonk, New York, the United States of America. His parents were of American descent.
He was raised in New York as the only child of his parents. He is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
He is the grandson of screenwriter William Fay who has written Kid Galahad, Alfred Hitchc* * k Presents and Schlitz Playhouse.
Studied at New York University and Columbia University
Chance Kelly was a student at Ithaca College where he played football. He then transferred to New York University from where he graduated with a BA degree in English and Writing.
He then attended Columbia University from where he completed his graduation with an MS degree. While in college, he entered an amateur boxing circuit in New York City and won the Superheavyweight division of the NYC Metros tournament.
Film and Television Career
Chance Kelly appeared as Agent Mitchell Loeb in the first season of the popular Fox sci-fi series, Fringe. His first episode on the show was "In Which We Meet Mr. Jones" and he appeared in it alongside Anna Torv, Jasika Nicole and Joshua Jackson.
Kelly has since appeared on Starz's Power, Cinemax's Banshee, Netflix's House of Cards, TNT's Legends, CBS' Hostages. His other credits include Army Wives, Delocated, Rescue Me, The Whole Truth and The Black Donnellys.
He has also guest-appeared on The Blacklist, Alpha House, Motive, Nikita, NYC 22, Burn Notice & The Jury, Blue Bloods, Body of Proof, Ray Donovan, Unforgettable, Golden Boy and Blindspot.
Kelly has also starred in numerous feature films such as Little Children, American Sniper, The Taking of Pelham 123, Broken City and Stake Land.
Estimated Net Worth of $1 Million
Chance Kelly has appeared in dozens of films and television series in his life, and throughout his career, the 52-year-old Columbia University graduated has earned a substantial amount of money.
The exact Kelly's net worth is not available but some source has estimated the total fortune of the Too Big to Fail actor to be $1 million.
Shares Three Children with Wife Susan A Sanchez
Talking about the personal life of Chance Kelly, as we mentioned earlier, the 52-year-old has been married to Susan A Sanchez.
The couple exchanged the wedding vows in a private ceremony in 1997 and ever since the husband-wife duo is enjoying a happy marital relationship.
These two loves birds are blessed with three children.
by Arsad, 15 Nov, 2019