Kel Mitchell Recalls Dan Schneider ‘Yelling’ at Him on ‘All That’ Set

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Former Nickelodeon Star Kel Mitchell claims that Dan Schneider yelled at him in a closet on the set of all that,

Michelle, 45, recalled the heated moment on the Tuesday, June 11, episode. keke palmer‘podcast, baby it’s keke palmerHe told Palmer that he was 18 or 19 years old at the time when Schneider—a writer for Mitchell’s sketch comedy show, all that — directed the anger towards him.

“The atmosphere of the show started to change a bit. [The show’s co-creator] Brian Robbins started to do varsity Blues And all these different movies and the production team started to shake up, so they left,” Mitchell said of the personnel changes. All of that. “And they left us with head writer Dan Schneider. So he’s writing, and he and I clash a little bit.”

One day, “I remember Dan and I had a huge argument on the set,” he added. “He was like, ‘Let’s go over here to this room, to this closet.’ He closed the door and he just ran off, you know, just yelling all these ridiculous things.”

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Mitchell moved away from Schneider.

“Being an adult at this point, I had to make a decision, you know what I mean? I was just thinking, well, either we [are] “Either I’m going to fight or I’m going to walk away,” he said. “And so that’s what I did. I walked out of that situation.”

Mitchell is the latest Nickelodeon alumnus to speak out about negative experiences working with Schneider, 58, who served as co-producer. The Amanda Show, drake and josh And made no statementin addition to other series on the children’s network. Earlier this year, Investigation Discovery released a blockbuster docuseries, Peace on the set: The dark side of kids’ TVwhich is detailed The story also focused on Schneider’s tenure at Nick and his alleged inappropriate behavior. It also covered allegations of sexual abuse, most notably involving a former dialogue coach brian peck,

In March, Schneider His first interview Regarding the allegations against him, he said that Peace on the set He had to “confront my past behaviour, some of which is shameful and which I regret, and I certainly owe some people a strong apology.”

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“I can tell you why this is very sad for me,” he said at the time. “I remember my early experiences very clearly. [and] My first experience in the entertainment business. I was new, I was scared, I was excited. It meant the world to me that I was getting those opportunities and I went into it and I got lucky because they were fantastic.

Looking back, “the fact that I didn’t pay every employee that came in my door in advance breaks my heart because I should have,” he added. “I wish I could go back and fix it.”