Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The stately and suave Terence Kelly is an actor of film and television known for his work in "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale" and "Watchmen." Kelly was born in Toronto and made his acting debut in Robert Altman's 1971 western "McCabe & Mrs. Miller." Throughout the '70s and '80s , he made appearances in film and television series like the long-running Canadian comedy "The Beachcombers"; the 1980 horror mystery "The Changeling," starring George C. Scott; the Mariel Hemingway-fronted biopic "Star 80"; and the successful secret agent serial "MacGyver." In 1990, Kelly made multiple appearances on the crime drama "21 Jump Street," starring Johnny Depp as a police officer specializing in crimes committed by youth offenders. After a spot on the paranormal thriller "The X-Files," Kelly again teamed up with George C. Scott in the TV movie "Titanic," in which he played Captain Arthur Henry Rostron. Kelly played a medical examiner in the horror hit "The Exorcism of Emily Rose," while he played Trumaine in the fantasy adventure "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale," alongside Ray Liotta, Burt Reynolds, and Jason Statham. In 2009, Kelly played General West in the alternate-reality superhero epic "Watchmen," directed by Zack Snyder.