- Full Name RonReaco Lee
- Occupation Actor
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Illinois, USA
- Birth Date Aug 27, 1976
- Age 45 Years, 0 Months
RonReaco Lee | Biography 2021He made his acting debut at 12
After playing several minor roles in multiple television series, RonReaco Lee got his big break in the comedy-drama series 'Sister, Sister,' which starred twin sisters Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry. He was cast in the role of Tyreke Scott in the fifth season of the series as a boyfriend of Tia Landry (played by Tia Mowry). He appeared in 36 episodes of the series from 1997 to 1999.
RonReaco Lee is an American actor best known for his role in the television series 'Survivor's Remorse' (2014) and 'Sisters, Sisters' (1994).
Who is RonReaco Lee?
RonReaco Lee started his acting career in 1989, appearing in a string of films, including The Return of Swamp Thing and Glory. He then went on to appear in films, including How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1997), Guess Who (2005), Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe (2011), and 2 Minutes of Fame (2020). Nevertheless, Lee is mainly known for his television roles. He started appearing on television in 1992. He is known for his roles in the comedy-drama series Sister, Sister (1994-1999), Let's Stay Together (2011-2014), Survivor's Remorse (2014-2017), and First Wives Club (2019-to present).
RonReaco Lee was born on 27 August 1976 in Decatur, Illinois. Raised in Georgia, Lee took singing, dance, and piano lessons in his childhood. His mother then took him to a modeling audition which eventually earned him an acting opportunity.
Lee made his acting debut at the age of 12 in the 1989 TV movie Unconquered, playing the role of Busboy. The same year, he appeared as Omar in the superhero comedy film The Return of Swamp Thing, a sequel of the 1982 film Swamp Thing, based on the DC Comics character of the same name. In 1989, he also appeared in the role of Mute Drummer Boy in the Academy Award-winning historical war drama film Glory, directed by Edward Zwick. Two years later, Lee appeared in Bryan Gordon's film Career Opportunities and Stephen Gyllenhaal's film Paris Trout, based on Pete Dexter's 1988 novel of the same name. He then starred as Perry in the 1997 romantic comedy film How I Spent My Summer Vacation, alongside Deanna Davis. In 2001, Lee appeared as Robert Aimes Jr. in the romantic TV movie Fire & Ice and Dre in the thriller crime-drama film Jacked. In 2003, he appeared in two TV movies Mr. Ambassador as Trey and Life on Parole as Charlie. The following year, he was cast in the role of Ben in Tricia Brock's musical drama film Killer Diller, adapted from Clyde Edgerton's 1991 novel of the same title. He then portrayed the role of Reggie in the 2005 romantic comedy film Guess Who, directed by Kevin Rodney Sullivan. In the late 2000s, he appeared in TV movies such as Haskett's Chance, Eight Days a Week, and Man of Your Dreams. During that time, he also appeared in the romantic comedy-drama film Americanizing Shelley in 2007, and the comedy-drama film Madea Goes to Jail in 2009. He then played in TV movies Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe in 2011 and Love the One You're with, in the year 2014. He then scored the role of Attorney Bray in the 2017 comedy-drama film We Are Family. He went on to play in films such as Nappily Ever After (2018), Running Out of Time (2018), Coffee & Kareem (2020), and 2 Minutes of Fame (2020).
RonReaco Lee started his television career in 1992, appearing in an episode titled 'Cool Winter Blues' of I'll Fly Away, playing Lugene. The following year, he made a guest appearance as David Collins in the CBS mystery drama series In the Heat of the Night, based on John Ball's 1965 novel and Norman Jewison's 1967 film of the same title. In 1996, Lee appeared as Pizzaman in an episode of Savannah. He then appeared in the Fox drama series 413 Hope St, co-created by Damon Wayans, Dean Lorey, and Janine Sherman Barrois.
After playing minor roles in multiple television series, Lee got his big break in the comedy-drama series Sister, Sister, which starred twin sisters, Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry. He was cast in the role of Tyreke Scott in the fifth season of the series as a boyfriend of Tia Landry (played by Tia Mowry). He appeared in 36 episodes of the series from 1997 to 1999.
In 2000, he guest-starred as Tate in an episode of the comedy-drama series Moesha. Between 2000 and 2001, he appeared in three episodes of Michael Crichton's romantic drama series ER as Davis. In 2002, he appeared in the comedy series Boston Public and Girlfriends. In 2004, he appeared in three episodes of The WB's comedy sitcom All About the Andersons as Marcus Thornhill. The following year, he played the role of Todd in five episodes of the romantic comedy series Committed, co-created by Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline. Between 2003 and 2005, he appeared as Taylor Orrs in six episodes of the thriller crime-drama series The Shield. In the late 2000s, Lee guest-starred in the comedy series Monk, Do Not Disturb, and Chocolate News. During that time, he also played a recurring role of David on Worst Week and starred in the comedy series In the Motherhood as series regular. In 2010, he appeared in 11 episodes of the action-comedy series The Good Guys, alongside Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks. From 2011 to 2014, Lee starred in the role of Jamal Woodson in the comedy-drama series Let's Stay Together, created by Jacque Edmonds. He then portrayed a recurring role of Quentin Harper in the 2015 thriller crime-drama series Complications.
In 2014, Lee landed a breakout role on Survivor's Remorse, which premiered on 4 October 2014 on Starz. He appeared in the role of Reggie Vaughn in the series until it ended after Season 4 on 15 October 2017. The series won the 'African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) Award' for 'Best Cable/News Media TV Show' in 2015. The following year, it won the same award for scoring 10th place in 'Top 10 TV Shows.' Survivor's Remorse also garnered the 'GLAAD Media Award' nomination for 'Outstanding Comedy Series' in 2017 and 2018.
'The Quad' and 'First Wives Club'
After the hit show, Lee appeared in a recurring role of a college band director Clive Taylor in the romantic drama series The Quad from 2017 to 2018. Then, in 2019, he started appearing as Gary Washington in the comedy television series First Wives Club, adapted from the 1996 film and Olivia Goldsmith's 1992 novel of the same name.
RonReaco Lee married Sheana Freeman on 13 June 2010. The couple has two children.