Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly -

Gene Kelly was an amazing actor, awesome dancer, passionate singer, and a magnetic lady's man, with his irresistible charm and those ever-impressive dance moves. He delivered what was probably one of Hollywood's greatest musical segments of all time, which he himself headlined and co-directed; "Singin' In The Rain".

Once a former dance instructor and, believe it or not, gas-station attendant, Gene Kelly decided to move on and signed up for a college theatre class, as well as summer stock, right before his making his Broadway debut, in 1940's "Pal Joey".

Gene Kelly's notable films include: "Anchor's Aweigh", "On The Town", "An American In Paris", and "It's Always Fair Weather". More