Robert Kelly, also known as "Bobby Kelly," is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and podcaster. He is best known for his appearances on the FX series "Louie," where he played the role of Bobby Kelly, a close friend of Louis C.K.'s character.
Kelly started his career in stand-up comedy in the late 1990s, performing stand-up at various clubs in New York City. Throughout the years, he has honed his craft and become a sought-after performer, appearing on numerous television shows and in films. In addition to his work on "Louie," Kelly has appeared on "Inside Amy Schumer," "Trainwreck," and "The Jim Gaffigan Show."
Aside from his acting work, Kelly is also a talented writer, having written for "Louie" and other television shows. He has also written and performed his own stand-up comedy, sharing his humorous take on a wide range of topics, from politics to relationships to pop culture. Kelly's material is often irreverent and insightful, and his unique perspective on the world has made him a favorite among audiences.
In addition to his work in television and film, Kelly has also established himself as a sought-after performer in the world of stand-up comedy. He has toured the country, performing in clubs, theaters, and festivals, and has been praised by audiences and critics alike for his quick wit and ability to connect with his audience.
Additionally, he hosts the weekly comedy podcast, "You Know What Dude" as he provides insight into the world of stand-up comedy.
Whether he's appearing on television, writing for shows, or performing live, he always brings his unique brand of humor and insight to the stage, making him one of the most entertaining and notable comedians of his generation.