Warren Kelley (Double Bob) is a veteran of more than 200 productions in New York and regional theatres around the country. Just this year he has appeared in Roger Hedden’s The Count (a world premiere at Florida Stage), The Little Hours (a world premiere musical based on the writings of Dorothy Parker at NJ Rep) and starred as David O. Selznick in Moonlight and Magnolias (Riverside Theatre). This winter Warren will play 10 different characters in the two-hander, Tuna Christmas (Actors Theatre of Louisville). In recent seasons: Opus (Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati), Truman Capote in The Gift (a world premiere at Walnut Street), Misalliance and The Miser (Pioneer Theatre Co.), Love’s Labour’s Lost and Fredrik in A Little Night Music (Orlando Shakespeare), The Full Monty (Hilton Head), Noises Off (Two River Theatre), Dear World (Goodspeed), The Best Man (Cape Playhouse), etc. New York/Off Broadway: Elvis and Juliet (opposite Fred Willard), Strings (opposite Keir Dullea), …Edwin Drood (playing The Chairman opposite Sally Struthers and Brian d’Arcy James) and River’s End (NYMF ’06, opposite Phylliss Somerville). Television: Law & Order: SVU and Chappelle’s Show. Awards/nominations: New York IT Award, Florida’s Carbonell, Cincinnati Acclaim Award and Connecticut Critics Circle.