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David Edward Kelley is an American writer, lawyer, television producer, film producer, and screenwriter. The cliché that says hitting many birds with one stone best describes David Edward Kelley’s ability to practice many professions.
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In the year 1986, David Edward Kelley was employed to do a writing job at the NBC series. In the year 1989, he became the Executive Producer of the Television. In the year 1994, he created and produced the Chicago Hope, which was a CBS series. In the year 2000, he created and produced the Boston Public.
Family and Personal Life
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In matters pertaining to his religion, David Edward Kelley was brought up as a Protestant though many people mistook him and thought that he was a Catholic. This is because of the many programs that he did to articulate issues of the Catholic religion.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Michelle Pfeiffer|
|Children/Kids||Yes (Claudia Rose, John Henry)|
Net Worth, Nationality and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||David Edward Kelley|
|Age (as of today)||67 years|
|Date of Birth||April 4, 1956|
|Place of Birth||Waterville, Maine, United States of America|
|Height||1.8 m, 5 feet 11 inches|
|Weight||75 kg, 165.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$300 million|
|Occupation||Film Producer, Lawyer, Screenwriter, Television Producer, Writer|
Height, Weight, and Age
David E Kelley's height is above average measuring 1.8 m. Boasting a weight of 75 kg. Being born on April 4, 1956, translates to an age of 67 years as of todays date (November 19, 2023).
People are out of their home on a Saturday night or they’re at the movies or they’re at dinner and a lot of the people who flip on the television are doing just that. They may have never seen your show before and you can’t count on to your audience to be there week in and week out.David E Kelley
I’ve never really told jokes. I’m not good at it.David E Kelley
When the stories come easily and the writing process doesn’t feel laboring, that’s usually a good sign for me.David E Kelley
I miss Denny Crane.David E Kelley
The way I personally work is I like to write what I know, what I feel, and also where I am.David E Kelley