Leonard Kelly-Young appears as the actor who plays the part of Mel Pease, the TV character counterpart to Al Bundy in a TV series called "Pease in a Pod" which was created by FOX executives who copied the story from what was to them unwittingly by Kelly in the Season 9 episode so titled, "No Pot To Pease In".

Among his few other science fiction credits is the 1996 made-for-television movie Special Report: Journey to Mars. His other TV movie credits include the TV movies No Place Like Home, The Enemy Within (1994), Down, Out & Dangerous (1995), Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story (1997), Anarchy TV (1998), When Billie Beat Bobby (2001), and Taking Back Our Town (2001). His feature film credits include 1992's There Goes the Neighborhood, The Vanishing (1993), Sliver (1993), Ed (1996), Diamond Men (2000), Karla (2006), Rampart (2012), Gone Girl (2014).

During the 1990s, Leonard was a regular on the action series Renegade and had a brief stint on the soap opera Days of Our Lives as Gus Bartoli. He has also made appearances on such series as Pros and Cons (starring Madge Sinclair), Beverly Hills, 90210 (with Ann Gillespie), Ellen, Pacific Blue (starring David L. Lander), Silk Stalkings, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, CSI, That's Life, Six Feet Under, and Boston Legal.

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