He attended the 2005 Marquette university weekend with the Ethnic Alumni Association. While there, he signed autographs.
He is 6'5", his skin color and eye color are both brown, and his hair color (What's left of it) is black.
He has played the role of a father three times. First in Minor Adjustments, then in Cousin Skeeter, and third in That's So Raven. Coincedentally, those are the only shows he has had a starring role in as of September 2006.
Aside from TV acting and his comedy works, he has also been credited for the following:
*Composer of the opening theme for Richard Jeni:Platypus Man
*Star in the Movie Deadtime Stories as the Looney Bin Guard
*Creator of Minor Adjustments
*Director of the That's So Raven episode entitled Numb and Numb-er.
He's been learning his craft for fifteen years and has over four hours of material.
People say that they've seen him twice in one week and he didn't use any of the same material.
He was the second comedian, Jerry Seinfeld being first, to whom the Writers Guild of America granted a "co-created by credit" for their own situation comedy.
His special skills, according to himself, are "eating chips and sitting in comfortable chairs".
Rondell enjoys graphic design, music composition, digital photography, and sports, namely basketball.
As of 2006, Rondell Sheridan currently resides in LA.
Rondell was accepted into the prestigious acting school Circle in the Square, with just raw talent and good fortune.
He moved to New York after college.
Rondell attended Marquette University in Milwaukee.
He was born and raised on the south side of Chicago.
Rondell is the host of "Show Me the Funny."
Rondell: I've always just gravitated toward storytelling, and with the early inspiration of such comedic 'storytellers' as Richard Pryor, George Carlin and Bill Cosby, I knew that I had made the right choice, and I always wanted an occupation that made sense for me.