Kelley, David Edward
1956 - Born on April 4th in Waterville, Maine. A former Boston lawyer, in the last decade he switched careers to become a successful television producer whose shows are recognized for their quality as well as receiving top ratings.
1983 - Mr. Kelley was an associate at Fine & Ambrogne when he wrote a film script based on some of his legal experiences.
1986 - Through a family friend, he got the script optioned and acquired an agent.
1993 - Married to Michelle Pfeiffer on November 13th.
1997 - He created television series "The Practice" and "Ally McBeal".
1999 - Kelley became the first producer to win Emmy and Golden Globe Awards in both the Outstanding/Best Drama Series ("The Practice") and Outstanding/Best Comedy Series ("Ally McBeal") categories in the same year.
2004 - Received the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Television Series Episode Teleplay for The Practice, "Goodbye".
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