It’s the latest twist in a career that has been full of them.
In June, the actor Michael Kelly will be starting classes online and sharing his lessons with his 1.5 million followers on YouTube.
He’s a big fan of what’s called virtual classroom.
“It’s like you’re in a classroom, and you can just look around and do whatever you want to do,” he told the Huffington Post.
“It’s really freeing, it’s just a way to do things.”
He added: “It was an easy decision.
I had an idea of where I wanted to be, and it just worked.”
Kelly is a self-taught actor who has appeared in films like The Blacklist, Fury and Misfits, among others.
But it wasn’t always like this.
His first big break came in 2002, when he auditioned for the role of a schoolteacher in the cult classic The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Then in 2005, he starred as the titular character in The Good Wife.
And his other TV credits include The Mindy Project and The Mindhunter.
This is not his first foray into the virtual classroom, but it is his first as a teacher.
Kelly said: “I’ve always been a big proponent of this type of teaching.
It’s a good way to learn and it’s a way for you to learn.”
In 2015, he started a group called The Virtual Teachers Association, which aims to help educators and educators-in-training find and create a virtual classroom environment.
They’ve created an online course called “Virtual Learning,” which is free and offers teachers and other virtual educators a way of teaching students.
“We’ve developed this online program that you can go into,” Kelly told the BBC.
“And then if you want more help, you can get support from the teachers and from the educators- in-training who will help you with the program.”
It’s a great way to teach and it is a great option for a lot of teachers and students.
You can get it through an online service, but you can also use it with your school, you could use it for a classroom project, or you could even get it from your classroom or a library.
“Kelly said he hopes to eventually bring this to other countries and countries around the world.
He said: “I’m hoping to go to Singapore and do this in China, where I’ve been for the last two years, or India and Brazil and Mexico and all over the world.”
You can find Kelly on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
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