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  • Real name : Kel Johari Rice Mitchell
  • Place of birth : Chicago
  • Date of birth : 25/08/1978



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Kel Mitchell (1978)

Kel Johari Rice Mitchell

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Kel Johari Mitchell is an American actor, comedian, singer, rapper, screenwriter, producer, parodist, dancer and musician. He is best known for his work as a regular cast member of the Nickelodeon sketch comedy series All That, his portrayal of Kel Kimble on the Nickelodeon sitcom Kenan & Kel, and his role as Ed in the film Good Burger. Throughout the 1990s, he frequently collaborated with fellow comedian Kenan Thompson.


 acting career
Mitchell is an original member of Nickelodeon's All That and starred on the show from 1994–1999. He and co-star Kenan Thompson also starred in the series Kenan & Kel from 1996–2000, as well as a 1997 major motion picture, titled Good Burger, which grew out of one of his sketches from All That. The duo also appeared together in an episode of Sister, Sister with Tia and Tamera Mowry, an episode of the Steve Harvey show, and they appeared in a special two-part episode of Cousin Skeeter. Mitchell's character in Kenan & Kel made him famous for his antics and persona.

Outside of his ventures with Kenan Thompson, Mitchell provided the voice of a mild-mannered and playful dog named T-Bone in the children's cartoon series Clifford the Big Red Dog, alongside John Ritter, from 2000 to 2003. Additionally, he also made an appearance in the 2004 Kanye West music video "All Falls Down" as a luggage collecting valet. Mitchell co-hosted Dance 360 with Fredro Starr The show lasted for only one season. In 2005, Mitchell portrayed Manny Sellers in the sitcom One on One with Kyla Pratt, and in 2007 Mitchell starred in BET's new series Take the Cake. Some of his other credits include Honeydripper and Mystery Men.

In March 2008 he filmed his writing and producing debut, "Chicago Pulaski Jones" in which he also starred as the lead role. Also in 2008, Mitchell appeared in two Detroit-based stage productions, Affairs and Laundromat, the latter written by Carlos Faison and also starred comedian Buddy Lewis, Leanne "Lelee" Lyons of R&B group SWV, celebrity impersonator/stage actor Matt Macis, and accomplished vocalist and performer Lauren "Lexxi" Alexis. Currently, Mitchell is a part of G4's Attack of the Show!, playing various characters. He also has a recurring roles on the PBS Kids show Curious George.
He also made a guest apperance at Charles Chaplain School 24# in New Jersey.

Mitchell recently appeared at the 2011 Comikaze Expo with several of his All That cast members, and recited his trademark orange soda saying.

 personal life
Mitchell was married to Tyisha Hampton-Mitchell for six years until their divorce in 2005. During that time, Mitchell had two children with Tyisha, daughter Allure and son Lyric. Mitchell also has two sisters named Keyana and Kyra.

Mitchell is a Christian and refrains from drinking and smoking.

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