Who is RonReaco Lee? Net Worth, Wife, Height

He stands 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters) tall.

RonReaco Lee

RonReaco Lee: who is he?

The American citizen RonReaco was born on August 27, 1976, in Decatur, Illinois, under the sign of the Virgo.

He is an actor, producer, and director, but Reggie, a supporting character in the romantic comedy “Guess Who,” may still be the role for which he is most remembered.

The film, which was nominated for 16 awards and starred Ashton Kutcher, Bernie Mac, and Zoe Saldana, follow Theresa as she brings her lover Simon to meet her parents and announce their engagement.

Childhood and Education

RonReaco was reared in Decatur by his father and mother. Because he respects their privacy, not much is known about them; it is rumored that his mother was an actress in the theater and that his father was a real estate agent.

RonReaco hasn’t mentioned having any siblings, but it’s assumed that he grew up next to an older brother.

After seeing his first movie in the theater with his parents when he was around six years old, he developed an interest in acting. As a member of the theatre club at his primary school, RonReaco went on to perform in several plays, and at the age of 11, his parents started taking him to auditions.

RonReaco made his film debut at the age of 13 when he was chosen to portray Busboy in the 1989 thriller “Unconquered.” Since then, he has been quite active in the industry, appearing in more than 50 films and TV shows.

When he was 14 years old, he went to Los Angeles, California, where he attended a local high school, graduating in 1994. He then decided to concentrate on acting rather than going to college.

RonReaco Lee Career

In the highly acclaimed biographical historical drama “Glory,” directed by Edward Zwick and starring Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington, and Cary Elwes, RonReaco first came to public attention in 1989 as Mute Drummer Boy.

The film, which was nominated for 18 other awards, won 17 awards overall, including three Oscars for Best Sound, Best Cinematography, and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Denzel Washington). It is based on the life of Robert Gould Shaw, who oversaw the first black volunteer company during the American Civil War.

RonReaco’s subsequent film performances included appearances in “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” (1997), “Fire & Ice” (1998), and “Jacked” (2001), both of which were crime thrillers.

In the musical drama “Killer Diller,” written and directed by Tricia Brock and starring Lucas Black, William Lee Scott, and Fred Willard, he played the role of Ben.

The story centers on a car thief and an autistic pianist who found The Killer Diller Blues Band. Other notable appearances by RonReaco over the decade included those in the comedies “Man of Your Dreams” from 2008, “Americanizing Shelley” from 2007, and “Madea Goes to Jail” from 2009.

He had a limited number of parts in the 2010s; three of his most recent film roles were in the drama “Running Out Of Time” in 2018 and the comedies “Coffee & Kareem” and “2 Minutes of Fame” in 2020.

Television show roles

RonReaco made his television debut in the drama “I’ll Fly Away” episode “Cool Winter Blues” in 1992, but he rose to fame as Tyreke Scott, one of the main characters in the smash hit “Sister, Sister” family comedy.

The series, which aired from 1994 to 1999 and won 10 of the 30 Oscars for which it was nominated, followed twin girls who have split apart at birth and have since come together as adolescents. It was developed by Kim Bass and Gary Gilbert and also starred Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

The comic drama “Boston Public,” the comedy “Do Not Disturb,” and the comedy “Chocolate News” were three of the most well-liked of the many shows in which RonReaco later made an appearance.

He was chosen to play Julius Brown in Matt Nix’s 2010 action comedy “The Good Guys,” which also starred Jenny Wade, Colin Hanks, and Bradley Whitford. The show, which received two nominations for Oscars, centers on two police investigators who work together despite being opposites.

RonReaco is well recognized for his depiction of Jamal Woodson in 52 episodes of the Jacque Edmonds comedy “Let’s Stay Together,” which also starred Bert Belasco and Joyful Drake and ran from 2011 to 2014.

The comedy was nominated for two awards, and it won one of them for its portrayal of Woodson. RonReaco next appeared in “Survivor’s Remorse” from 2013 to 2017, and some of his most recent TV series appearances include “The Quad” in 2018, “First Wives Club” in 2019, and “Queens” in both 2021 and 2022.

Added credit

RonReaco produced the upcoming comedy film “If It Isn’t Love” in addition to directing the 2018 short drama film “A Father’s Love.”

In a few talk shows, such as “The Mo’Nique Show,” “Know Your Heritage: Black College Quiz,” and “The Real,” he has made a guest appearance.

Recognition and nominations

For the sports comedy series “Survivor’s Remorse,” RonReaco received nominations for two Image Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series in 2016 and 2018 as well as two Vision Awards for Best Performance – Comedy in 2017 and 2018.

RonReaco Lee Dating Life (Relationship)

Although RonReaco tries to keep the specifics of his personal life out of the spotlight, it is well known that he is currently married.

On June 13, 2010, he married non-celebrity American Sheana Freeman in a big ceremony that was well-attended by both of their families and friends. Sheana is a model, entrepreneur, and social media star. Bryson Lee and Jaxon Lee, their two sons, are not even recognized by their birthdates since RonReaco and Sheana shield their children from the media.

RonReaco has been married to Sheana since June 2022, and the two of them have two sons together. Neither has mentioned any other persons they may have been with.

Activities and other passions

RonReaco is fairly active on the social media platform, having posted more than 500 images, most of which were taken in the course of his daily life. He appears to be enjoying the attention that his more than 100,000 Instagram followers are giving him.

He exercises frequently, going to the gym four to five times per week, primarily because maintaining his physical fitness is crucial to his acting career. RonReaco also maintains a rigorous diet, abstaining from fast food.

He owns a dog as a pet and loves animals.

In addition to “Independence Day,” “Scent of a Woman,” and the “Godfather” trilogy, RonReaco has his favorite actors and actresses, some of which are Will Smith, Al Pacino, and Meryl Streep.

Age, Body Measurement, and Net worth

RonReaco is 45 years old. He stands 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters) tall, has brown eyes, and short black hair. His weight is approximately 155 pounds (70kgs).

RonReaco’s net worth is currently projected to be more than $3 million as of June 2022.

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