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|Birth Place||Denver, Colorado|
Keith Tisdell is an American actor.
Tisdell was born in Denver, Colorado, and was an all-star basketball player at Aurora Central High School. Because of his success in the sport, he accepted a full basketball scholarship to play at the Northwestern State University of Louisiana, but was intent on becoming a child psychologist. His career path changed at the beginning of his senior year of high school; after attending an open house, Tisdell was asked to move to New York City, New York, to pursue a modeling career.
After receiving his psychology degree and pursuing a short stint in professional basketball, Tisdell decided to accept the offer. He began working at the renowned Tupu Kweli Theatre Company in Harlem, New York. There, Tisdell developed an interest for acting. Throughout his acting career, he starred in numerous national commercials; Broadway-bound plays; TV shows such as OZ, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Criminal Minds (in which he portrayed drug dealer-turned-spree killer Rodney Harris); and independent and studio films like Brown Sugar.
In his personal life, Tisdell developed a friendship with Shemar Moore, who was a series regular on Criminal Minds for eleven seasons and portrayed SSA Derek Morgan, who had a history with Tisdell's character. The two started a charitable organization, Baby Girl LLC, which was dedicated to help in the battle of multiple sclerosis. Tisdell went on to steal tens of thousands of dollars from the company, which Moore eventually found out about in 2016. Moore filed and eventually won a lawsuit, which forced Tisdell to pay him $61,084. Tisdell was also charged with grand theft.
On Criminal MindsEdit
- Criminal Minds - 2 episodes (2006-2013) TV episode - Rodney Harris
- Women in Law (2006) as Brian
- Yes Madame (2004) as Lionel (short)
- Oz (2003) as Inmate
- Brown Sugar (2002) as Richard
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2002) as Ballistics Tech
- The Job (2002) as Rastafarian Guy
For an up-to-date filmography, see here.