After only a year on the comedy scene, the kid voted "Most Wittiest" in high school was crowned "Rookie of the Year" in 2001 by the famed Uptown Comedy Corner in Atlanta.
As one of the country's hottest up-and-coming comedians Ronnie is quickly making a name for himself as a comic's comic who has shared concert dates with stand-up heavyweights Rickey Smiley, Bruce Bruce, Earthquake, Mike Epps, Arnez J. and a host of others. A crowd favorite, he held it down as the opening act on the Queens of Comedy 12 city tour; became the crowd favorite on the Miller Lite King and Queens of Comedy Search Tour; served as one of the opening acts on the Crown Royal Comedy Soul Fest Tour featuring R&B music legends Earth, Wind, and Fire and the Isley Brothers; and headlined the RJE Comedy Cabaret Tour 2003; the longest running and highest grossing comedy tour targeting colleges and universities. Currently he appears regularly at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta.
No stranger to television, Ronnie has been featured on Comic View, as well as host of the successful Atlanta-based video show, Oomp Camp Live. Behind-the-scenes, Ronnie is a gifted gag writer whose work can be seen on That Comedy Show, which airs on the Turner South Network.
When not on stage Ronnie is busy doing his part for his community. He actively participates in the Atlanta Youth Convention, and serves as a mentor to at-risk youth. "Being young myself and new to the entertainment industry, I feel I can related to today's youth because I was not too long in their shoes." says Jordan.