RonReaco Lee

RonReaco Lee was an American film and TV actor who was best known for his role on the popular shows "Sister, Sister" (ABC/The WB, 1994-99), "The Shield" (FX, 2002-08), and "Survivor's Remorse" (Starz 2014- ). Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1976, Lee's acting career began in his early teens. He started out in movies, and in 1989 nabbed parts in "The Return of the Swamp Thing" (1989) and the Civil War drama "Glory" (1989). He played a drummer boy in "Glory," which took home three Academy Awards. As the 90s began, Lee's acting career continued to blossom. He nabbed small parts in various TV shows and films, including 1997's "How I Spent My Summer Vacation," before earning his first big break that same year when he joined the cast of the popular sitcom "Sister, Sister." Lee played the role of Tyreke Scott on 36 episodes of the show, thus becoming a familiar face to the show's millions of devoted viewers. After "Sister, Sister" ended in 1999, Lee continued picking up recurring parts on television shows, among them "Girlfriends" (UPN/The CW, 2000-08), "The Shield," and "Worst Week" (CBS, 2008-09). In 2011 Lee joined the cast of the BET series "Let's Stay Together" (BET, 2011-14), which lasted for four seasons and 52 episodes. Then in 2014 he began starring on the Starz drama "Survivor's Remorse." Lee played Reggie Vaughn on the series, which was also executive produced by the NBA superstar LeBron James.