David Patrick Kelly in K-Pax | 2001
Clip Name: Essay Contest
About this actor
David Patrick Kelly (born January 23, 1951) is an American actor and musician who has appeared in numerous films, including some major roles. Kelly, one of seven children, was born in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Margaret and Robert Corby Kelly, a painter and art instructor who retired as an accountant for the Avon Tubing Company. He is well-known for playing Luther in the 1979 cult film The Warriors, where he screeches the famous line, "Warriors...come out to play-ee-ay!!"; the line was improvised by Kelly himself. He also played a character named Luther in the 1982 hit film 48 Hrs. His film credits include the 1985 hit action film Commando where he played Sully. David's other films include Crooklyn, Hammett, Wild at Heart, Dreamscape, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Last Man Standing, Songcatcher, The Crow, K-PAX, The Longest Yard, Flags of Our Fathers, and the video game "Ripper". David Lynch created the role Jerry Horne on Twin Peaks for him; his many television guest...