Special Event

Rondell Sheridan, Ron Coleman & Guy Fessenden

Thu, Apr 22, 2021
Fri, Apr 23, 2021
Sat, Apr 24, 2021
Sun, Apr 25, 2021
Special Event

Rondell Sheridan, Ron Coleman & Guy Fessenden

with Guy Fessenden and Ron Coleman

If you only know him as Chef Victor, you’re in for a surprise.

Rondell Sheridan first walked on stage the summer of 1982, at a little club in the West Village called Mostly Magic. Six months later he became a regular at the New York Improv. It was there he began to hone his comedy chops.

Hard work eventually lead to appearances on the Tonight Show with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, the Late, Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comics Unleashed, Showtime, Comedy Central and many, many, many more. Rondell has done it all.

Currently touring with his new show “If you’re over 40 and you know it, clap your hands!” A non stop celebration of life, love and laughter told by a master storyteller, that will have you laughing at yourself.

However, not just a Stand-up comic, he’s also an actor who you’ve seen on over 200 half hour television shows, like NBC’s Minor Adjustments (a show he co-created), Nickelodeon’s Cousin Skeeter, and Cory in the House! However he’s probably best known as Chef Victor, the lovable dad on Disney’s ‘That’s So Raven’.

And not just an actor, he’s also co-hosted/hosted talk shows like Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus, That’s Funny and Show Me the Funny.

His current CD a ‘Banana and a Gun’ is still on the charts somewhere. So please buy it. Serious… BUY IT!

Rondell Sheridan: always funny, and never a loss for words.


“Comics Unleashed”
“The Late Late Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson”
“The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson”
“The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
“Late Night with Conan O’Brien”
“Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher”
“Stand-up Spotlight with Rosie O’Donald”
“Stand-up Sit Down w/ Robert Klien”
“Carolines Comedy Hour”
“Rascals Comedy Hour”
“Evening at the Improv”
“Comic Strip Live”
“The Rick Dees Show”
“Showtimes’s Comedy on Campus”
“Showtime’s A Pair of Jokers”
“Match Game”
“Liar’s Club”
“Hollywood Squares”
“Celebrity Family Feud”
“The Arsenio Hall Show”

Guy Fessenden

“Clever, sarcastic and enlightening” are what audiences are saying about Las Vegas based comedian Guy Fessenden. His comedy deals with the everyday challenges that we experience in our lives with a humorous and positive outlook.

Following a very difficult period of helping some of his children deal with a significant mental health disability, Guy felt overwhelmed by the sadness of seeing his children and family in pain, as well as the challenges that one sees in psychiatric hospitals. In a recent interview, Guy said, “After 20 years of watching and experiencing some of the most painful parts of life, I would like to put a little humor back into the world”.

Fessenden is a regular performer in Las Vegas and periodically tours the country. In addition, he provides motivational speeches about overcoming obstacles and the importance of remaining positive through all of challenges that we experience in our lives. Furthermore, Guy and his wife, Stephanie, run a not-for-profit agency based in New York that help thousands of people with mental and physical disabilities to connect to housing, benefits, legal and medical services.

Guy Fessenden has spent most of his life as a father and entrepreneur. It wasn’t till a later stage in life, once the things that one “has” to do were taking less time, he pursued the things that he “wanted” to do, specifically comedy and motivational speaking. When he’s not on tour, you can catch him perform regularly as the house emcee at Delirious Comedy Club in Las Vegas.

Ron Coleman

After a decade of touring as a successful comedian at the top comedy clubs across the United States and Canada including The Improv and Catch A Rising Star, Vegas based comedian Ron Coleman chose to step away the stage to raise his family. “I wanted to be there to raise my kids so they didn’t end up on Teen Mom,” said Coleman in a recent interview. Fortunately, they turned out great and

Coleman is already back onstage tearing up the mic with a whole new perspective and act. He added, “Sure, I kept a few great jokes but it’s all new stuff that’s even funnier than before.” Ron is currently touring and feels, “There is no better feeling than standing on an empty stage with just a microphone and making strangers laugh.” For the last five years, comedian Ron Coleman had been training in MMA & Boxing and after two semi-professional fights, Coleman is back onstage bringing the knock punches to the audience instead of his opponents in the ring.

Commenting on the difference between being a professional comedian and fighter, Coleman said, “Getting punched in the face seems easy compared to living in the comedy condos.” While he was first starting out in stand up, Ron Coleman and Quentin Tarantino were roommates in Southern California and during a recent interview for Robert Rodriquez’s “Director’s Cut” Tarantino credits Coleman for encouraging him to pursue his writing and directing career.

Based in Las Vegas, Ron Coleman is a regular at Jokesters Comedy Club inside The D Casino Hotel and has appeared at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club, Treasure Island and The Orleans as well as the other top clubs in Vegas and across the country.