On the record with comedian Rodney Perry Bounce TV star talks comedy, tragedy and following his dreams

On the record with comedian Rodney Perry Bounce TV star talks comedy, tragedy and following his dreamsBy Michaela L. Duckett

Funnyman Rodney Perry, host of Bounce TV’s “Off the Chain,” was in Charlotte this week to attend the William Wilson Celebrity Invitational, a two-day charity event to raise money for two causes – providing scholarships for survivors of domestic violence and Autism Speaks.

The Post caught up with Perry while he was in town. In the following Q&A the comedic actor shares how he got his start in show business and his personal ties with domestic violence. Questions and answers have been edited for brevity and clarity.

QUESTION: The William Wilson Celebrity Invitational is a benefit for victims of domestic violence and Autism Speaks. Do you have a personal connection to either cause?

ANSWER: Absolutely. When you talk about autism, you are talking about something that we are dealing with now more than ever. I’m a father of six children. Luckily my children are healthy, but it’s a tough endeavor when you are a parent and your child is suffering from autism. So anytime you get a chance to give back, you give back.

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