If you’re a ’90s kid, you know all about Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell. The pair came into our lives in 1994 with the kids’ sketch comedy show “All That,” creating memorable characters like Pierre Escargot, Coach Kreeton and Ed from Good Burger. Soon they were both starring in their own show, “Kenan & Kel,” and even in a major movie based on one of their Nickelodeon sketches. Kenan and Kel were a household name.
A few years after their hit Nick show ended, both of the comedians auditioned for “Saturday Night Live.” Thompson would go on to win a role on the show. He parlayed that success into a movie career, appearing in “Snakes on a Plane,” “The Smurfs,” “Fat Albert” and “Barbershop 2.” The comedian has now been on “SNL” since 2003 and is the show’s longest serving current cast member.
Mitchell has another story. After parting ways with Thompson, the actor has largely flown under the radar. His name made national news again in 2006, but that was because everyone thought he was dead after an Internet hoax about the actor’s alleged demise went viral. Since that turned out to be untrue, one question still remains …
Recently, HuffPost Entertainment spoke with Mitchell, and now we finally have an answer:
So what have you been up to since “Kenan & Kel” ended?