Jackson DeForest Kelley, known by his colleagues as "Dee", is an American actor, screenwriter, poet and singer best known for his Western roles and as Dr. Leonard "Bones. "McCoy of USS Enterprise in the movie and TV series Star Trek.
|Born||Jackson DeForest Kelley, January 20, 1920, Toccoa, Georgia, U.S.|
|Died||June 11, 1999, Woodland Hills, California, U.S.|
|IMDb||DeForest Kelley's IMDb|
Played the role of Dr. McCoy on the original Star Trek series after beginning his career with roles in the films Fear in the Night and Variety Girl.
He discovered his love for singing at a young age and performed on local radio stations.
His popular catchphrase on Star Trek was "Dammit Jim, I'm a doctor!"
He married Carolyn Dowling in 1945.
He is recognized for his role on the TV series Star Trek, which was created by Gene Roddenberry.
- Employee of the first cinema unit
- Male actor from Atlanta
- Male actor from Georgia (US state)
- Baptists of the 20th century
- Western television actor (genre)
- Western movie actor (genre)
- United States Air Force soldiers
Latest information about DeForest Kelley updated on June 14 2021.