Reggie started doing comedy in 2001, and his hilarious stories quickly made him a local favorite. National TV success soon followed, and Reggie was seen on Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, Comedy.TV and Nickelodeon. When he’s not touring the country with his jokes, performing for the troops overseas, or cracking up Northern California audiences, Reggie is
an actor whose credits include a recurring role on NBC’s Trauma. He is currently filming two San Francisco based feature films, Hey Monster Keep Your Hands Off My City and The Purple Onion. Look for their release sometime in 2014.
Reggie says: “I raised in Birmingham, Alabama till I was 18yrs old when I left home to attend college on a full Athletic Scholarship in Basketball. After competing for four years and graduating with a Degree in Sports Management I joined to work force with everyone else. Realizing that the traditional work week was not I pursued other adventures which included playing professional for a short while in Riga, Lativa. Once I was finished with the athletic portion of my life, with a friends encouragement I pursued stand up comedy and acting. And this is where I am now, chasing and living the dream.. on a small small small scale. Haha.
I’m a regular at all the major clubs in northern California , San Francisco Punch Line/Sacramento Punch Line, Cobbs, San Jose Improve, and Rooster T. Feathers.
I work colleges as well private and corporate events.
I also travel outside of California for comedy.
Also as a comedian I won the inaugural Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Competition, and I was a finalist for NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity.”