Jackie Kelk (August 6, 1923 (or 1921) – September 5, 2002) was an American radio actor and stand-up comedian, best known as Homer Brown in The Aldrich Family and as the original voice of Jimmy Olsen on The Adventures of Superman.
He was born in Brooklyn, New York.
In 1935, he co-starred as Prince Rudolph on Broadway opposite Montgomery Clift's Prince Peter and Mary Boland's Queen in Jubilee.
He played Jimmy Olsen from 1940-1947 on the radio show The Adventures of Superman and Homer, best friend of Henry Aldrich on the teenage radio comedy of the same name. He starred as Young Mr. Bobbin in the NBC-TV sitcom and several other series including Leave it to Beaver and The Donna Reed Show. As a young child in the early 1930s he was part of the cast of an Our Gangimitation called Penrod playing a snobby bow-tied boy named "Georgie Bassett". This character "Penrod" was based on the Penrodbooks by Booth Tarkington and owes nothing to the Our Gang shorts.
He died in 2002 of a lung infection.