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Edward Kelsey

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Edward Kelsey
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Edward Kelsey

Born: 1930 (age: 89)


Edward Kelsey  is a British actor of stage and screen as well as a voiceover artist. He is perhaps best recognised as the voice of Joe Grundy on the long-running BBC radio soap opera The Archers - a role he took over in 1985.

On television, he is known for voicing the characters of Colonel K and Baron Silas Greenback on the cult animated series DangerMouse, byCosgrove Hall. He has also appeared on such popular British TV programmes as The AvengersSoftly, SoftlyThe SaintPublic Eye,Dempsey & MakepeaceZ-CarsJuliet BravoDoctor WhoMinder,AngelsCasualtyThe Vicar of DibleyReilly: Ace of SpiesShoestring,Wives and DaughtersAnna of the Five TownsThe CampionThe Tripods and EastEnders.

Additional voice credits include the role of Mr. Growbag in 2005’sWallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, several characters in Victor and Hugo, Cosgrove Hall's The Reluctant Dragon and The Wind in the Willows (TV and film), H.H. Junketbury in The Talking Parcel, Farmer Listener and Forester in The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship and also the voice of "The Thing" in another Cosgrove Hall production, Truckers, based on a book by Terry Pratchett.