|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Rodney Wiseman was born in Charlotte, North Carolina. The only son of four children. With his parents, being Missionaries, Rodney would often find himself, traveling and singing from Gospel Hymns, in country churches, throughout the US or in a small village, on foreign soil.
Leaving home at 17 years of age, restless and determined, he set out in his 73" Ford Maverick to make his mark. Rodney would often find himself downtown, visiting, the "Boys n Blue"(Cops).
Now, in his 20s, with the (not so good) reputation he had earned, opportunity for talent, seemed far away. However, in the Spring of 1998, a scout from Nashville, Tennessee had heard Rodney's musical talent. The radio release of two songs Rodney had written, were eventually heard throughout the US and abroad. This opened doors to sing with legendary country artist, Merle Haggard and other well-known entertainers.
Hanging out in Nashville, Rodney was introduced to other areas of entertainment, Country Music Video. Being cast, as a front line supporting actor in Michael Petersons, "Too Good To Be True". The bug had made his bite. This led to the uncredited role of a Prison Inmate (seemingly fit for Rodney's reputation) on the set of "The Last Castle", with Robert Redford and John Gandolfini.
Rodney still continues today, working in various films and commercials.
He still visits the "Boys n Blue", but now, its for an occasional country road motorcycle ride and not so much hanging out downtown.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous