Reginald spent three seasons acting with the Williamstown Theater Festival, including the 2004 Tony winning season. At Williamstown he appeared in The Cherry Orchard (dir.Michael Grief), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (dir.Nicholas Martin), The Skin of Our Teeth (dir. Darko Tresnjak), and several other productions. NY theater favorites include original productions of Rogelio Martinez’s Fizz (dir. Sam Gold), Mike Albo’s Three Women in Indecision, The Drama Desk winning Hell House (dir. Alex Timbers) at St. Anne’s, and Rachael Shukert’s Bloody Mary, Johnny Applefucker at Soho Think Tank, and Sequins for Satan all directed by Stephen Bracket. He has acted in several other , readings, workshops, and short plays at NYC venues including Classic Stage, Rattlestick Theatre, and Ars Nova. On television he played the recurring role of Carmine on the Emmy winning F/X series “Rescue Me”, guest roles on ABC’s Emmy winning “Pushing Daisies”, and NBC’s “Law & Order CI”. Reginald joined the Adler faculty after years of private study with former Adler head of voice Robert Perillo and renowned voice teacher Catherine Fitzmaurice. He is a graduate of The Studio’s Day Conservatory. He also studied at RADA in London and The Actors Center in NY.
Voice and Speech