The first time that brothers David Kellman, Bobby Shafran and Eddy Galland were in the public eye, it was joyous. Separated at birth, the then-19-year-old identical triplets had just learned about the others’ existence.Despite growing up separately, the three big-smiling, curly-haired kids smoked the same cigarettes and finished each other’s sentences. They appeared on shows like Phil Donahue, became early ’80s tabloid regulars and even made a cameo alongside Madonna in 1985’s “Desperately Seeking Susan.”
They opened a restaurant in New York’s Soho called Triplets Roumanian Steak House.
“We were sort of falling in love,” Kellman recalls in the new documentary “Three Identical Strangers.”