Cedric Pendleton was born in Florence, Alabama, an area known as The Shoals, home of W.C. Handy and Helen Keller. He graduated from DeVry Institute in Computer Sciences and, having an undeniable desire to perform, studied acting at Actors Express Theater Company and went on to appear in theater productions from Atlanta to New York. He has subsequently worked in commercials, voice-over roles, industrials, independent films, and multiple television and motion picture roles. An active member of the community, Cedric founded Gold Drops of Life, a private, residential, personal care facility for Alzheimer patients. He has also taught public speaking, acting, and improvisation skills in various capacities. He was co-founder of Revelation Generation, a theatre troupe that operated out of an inner city church in Atlanta. He has served as a Resident Drama Instructor for Young Audiences, Inc., which operated in low-income housing developments. He acted as the Artistic Director for the SIMBA Program, an initiative that uses the arts as a therapeutic means of rehabilitation in the Juvenile Justice System. Founder and principle of Footprints Entertainment, LLC., he has successfully produced a wide variety of events, including touring concerts, festivals, touring plays (including Tyler Perry’s, I Know I’ve Been Changed), church conferences, and poetry slams. He is directly responsible for negotiating several intellectual properties including national books, film, and television properties. He is currently producing and developing several projects for film and television.