Rodney Pickel

James O'Shea-FOGG

Rodney moved to Nashville to pursue music in 1996, but has become a fixture on the film and theatre stage. Among his stage highlights are Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, Otto (as Narrator) in the true story of Peter “Otto” Abeles, and Juror #10 in Twelve Angry Men. He has worked with Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre, Pull Tight Theatre and Street Theatre Company, among others.

On screen, Rodney has played lead and principal roles in numerous short and feature films, such as Two Sunny for Santa, Rush Night and Cocaine Cowboys, and several documentaries and infomercials, such as Lifetime of Country Romance with Glen Campbell and Skepticism and Religious Relativism, narrated by Ben Kingsley. He has been privileged to work with Stray Dog Films, Beef and Pie Productions and Skydive Films, to name a few.