Is Actor Kel Mitchell from Kenan and Kell Dead?
I heard today that actor Kel Mitchell from Kenan and Kell died in 2006. I never heard that till today. IS that true?
- Blonde BombshellLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
No- he's still alive
"In July 2006 rumours spread by e-mail and the social networking site MySpace that Kel had died 'of unknown causes' during the night of 9 July 2006. However, several days after the young star's purported demise, no reputable sources had made mention of the story. His public appearances — in Take the Cake for example — resolved this matter."
- KimberlyLv 44 years ago
Kel Johari Rice Mitchell , an African American actor (born August 25, 1978 in Chicago, Illinois) is the middle of two sisters. He attended Santa Monica College in California with his best friend, Kenan Thompson. He began acting as young as 13, and was first known as an original cast member on Nickelodeon's All That from 1995 to 1999. He and co-star Kenan Thompson had their own spin-off Kenan & Kel which ran from 1996 to 1999. A 1997 major motion picture, entitled Good Burger, was made out of one of their sketches. Mitchell has remained active in television, motion pictures, and voice-over work. 1999, he starred in the movie Mystery Men as Invisible Boy. He once appeared as a co-host of the dance competition TV program Dance 360; however, the show was later cancelled. Kel is currently the voice for T-Bone in Clifford the Big Red Dog on PBS Kids. He has also appeared in episodes of the American series One on One. He also appears in Like Mike 2: Streetball, Caught On Tape, and Platonically. Family Mitchell married Tyisha Hampton-Mitchell on October, 16 1999. He is still married to her today, with two children. Their names are Allure and Lyric. Rumours It is rumored that both Kenan and Kel are working on a sequel to the cult classic Good Burger, with a possible release date of 2007, but those possibiltites have been cut short. There have been a number of rumours circulating the Internet that Mitchell is dead; due to his work in current shows, this is clearly false.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
"In July 2006 rumours spread by e-mail and the social networking site MySpace that Kel had died 'of unknown causes' during the night of 9 July 2006. However, several days after the young star's purported demise, no reputable sources had made mention of the story. His public appearances — in Take the Cake for example — resolved this matter."Source(s): Wikipedia
- 1 decade ago
Is that the show with the 2 black kids on Nickelodian? One of them is on Saturday Night Live, not sure which one, I think it is Kenan.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
No, him and Tupac share a crib over in Compton.
- Anonymous4 years ago
I was wondering much the same question
- xclusive_4xxx_uLv 41 decade ago
no it was a rumor