The Improv at Harrah’s Las Vegas: This Week’s Headliner – Rondell Sheridan

 Rondell Sheridan
Budd Friedman and Mark Lonow’s world-famous Improv Comedy Club at Harrah’s Las Vegas showcases a different marquee of acts each week. Rondell Sheridan takes the stage tonight through Sunday, with Scott Kennedy and David Gee.  

Improv shows are at 8:30pm and 10:30pm every Tuesday through Sunday. Tickets are $29.05 (plus applicable taxes) or $44.95 (plus applicable taxes) for VIP tickets that include special seating, an Improv t-shirt and post-show meet-and-greet with the comics. Special two-for-one tickets are available for locals for the 10:30pm show. Tickets are available

As a stand-up comedian, Rondell Sheridan transforms ordinary occurrences into hilarious and hearty tales. His comedy is a mixture of playful physicality and facial expressions. He’s continually shifting comedic gears that turn into hilarious and hearty tales. Maybe it’s his inviting eyes, his big easy smile or his twenty years plus experience, but Sheridan keeps the laughs coming, whether he’s acting, hosting or doing stand-up.

Beginning in the mid-80’s, Sheridan became a fixture on the stand-up circuit by headlining clubs, colleges and international cruise liners. He has appeared on “The Tonight Show” with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno, “The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher” and starred in comedy specials for both Showtime and Comedy Central.

In 1994, he co-created the TV series “Minor Adjustments” which was the first and only prime time series to premiere on one network (NBC) and then air on a second (UPN) during the same TV season. Sheridan portrayed a child psychologist who was the voice of sanity amongst his dysfunctional co-workers, family and friends.

For millions of Americans, Sheridan is an extended part of their family. He was Andre on the Nickelodeon series “Cousin Skeeter,” portrayed Raven Simone’s dad on the Disney Channel’s hit series “That’s So Raven,” and was also seen as Victor Baxter on “Corey in the House.” He has co-hosted the syndicated talk show series “Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus” and hosted both syndicated series “That’s Funny” and “Show Me The Funny.” He has also directed an episode of “Hannah Montana” and multiple episodes of both “That’s So Raven” and “Cory in the House.”


  • September 20-25: Scott Record, with Darryl Lenox and Gary Brightwell
  • September 27-Oct. 2: Nick Griffin, with Daniel Kinno and Alysia Wood
  • October 4-Oct. 9: James Stephens III, with Quinn Dahle

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