Some of Kel’s most memorable characters were Repair Man-man-man-man, the crazy gym coach (Coach Cretin/Kreeton), and easily the dimwitted cashier at the restaurant Good Burger, Ed. Then, we got to learn how much Kel loved orange soda in the show “Kenan and Kel.”
Kel continued to act once leaving the Nickelodeon set. He has appeared in numerous movies and television shows, and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for his voice work in “Clifford, the Big Red Dog.” In 2003 he auditioned for a spot in SNL, but lost out to his old cast mate Kenan. Along with acting in movies, television (remember him on the episode of “The Game,” where Jason meets Chardonnay’s friends?), voice work, and having a cameo appearance in Kanye West’s “All Falls Down” video, he has also begun writing movies, his first venture was “Dance Fu,” which was directed by Cedric the Entertainer. He also appeared on the CW show “Stupid Hype.” Even though most of the old “All That” cast members reunited in 2011 for Comikaze, Kel and Kenan’s friendship has seemed to have disappeared. Kel also continued with his music, and has two children from a previous marriage, but is now currently married rapper Asia Lee, and publicly proclaims his Christianity through his music.