Who Is Kel Mitchell Father James Mitchell?

Kel Mitchell grew up on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, where he was born to his parents.

James Mitchell is his father's name, and his mother's name is presently being researched and will be updated shortly.

Previously, he shared a home with his two beautiful sisters, Kyra and Kenyatta Mitchell.

Kel studied acting at the ETA Creative Arts Foundation and attended Vocational High School in Chicago.

Mitchell is a Catholic convert and the youth pastor at the Spirit Food Christian Center in Winnetka, Los Angeles.

Kel Mitchell Bio Details Explored

Kel Mitchell began his acting career on the hit television show Kenan & Kel, which ran from 1996 until 2000.

Kel was a star in a film, Good Burger, based on one of his drawings from All That. It was released in 1997.

Kenan Thompson and Kel have also appeared in shows such as Sister, Sister, starring Tia and Tamera Mowry, The Steve Harvey Show, and Cousin Skeeter. They were also featured in a Sabrina, Teenage Witch episode.

Mitchell voiced T-Bone, an easygoing and lively canine, on the children's animated series Clifford the Big Red Dog from 2000 to 2003.

Kel appears as a gear-grabbing valet in Kanye West's All Falls Down song video.

Kel is also known for Kel Kimble on the sitcom Kenan & Kel and as Double G on the television series Game Shakers.

Kel Mitchell Net Worth Uncovered 

Kel Mitchell earns a great living as an actor, musician, singer, rapper, and stand-up comedian, and there is no doubt that Kel's career has been a success.

Kel-specific compensation, however, has yet to be released, but it will be updated as soon as it becomes available.

Mitchell has a net worth of $2 million, which he has amassed throughout his successful career as an actor, musician, singer, rapper, and stand-up comedian.

Mitchell and Asia Lee have been married since February 25, 2012. 

Kel And Asia have a beautiful daughter, which they welcomed in July 2017.

Before his marriage to Lee, he was married to Tyisha Hampton, a writer, and actress, from October 16, 1999, to October 5, 2005. Mitchell's two elder children are raised by her.