Reggie Reg is an actor and comedian, but he's best known for his many impressions, which have been seen on BET's Comic View, HBO's PDiddy Presents The Bad Boys of Comedy, Live in Hollywood with Keke Sheppard, Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes, Jamie Foxx's Laffapalooza and the #1 Syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show. Reggie was featured during Impressionist Week on The Late Show with David Letterman.Reggie was born in Chicago, IL, but spent his early childhood in Brookhaven, MS. Reggie's Aunt Ruth was the first to discover his gift to impersonate when Reggie was six years old, performing Flip Wilson's "The Devil Made Me Do It" at Brookhaven's St. Francis Elementary School. By age 11, Reggie amused his family and peers by reenacting impressions from TV shows "Starsky & Hutch" and "Sanford & Son".Today, Reggie mesmerizes and captivates his audience by nailing over 100 impressions, including some of the most difficult: Denzel Washington, Richard Pryor and Barack Obama. Reggie does outstanding impressions of comedians, cartoon characters, musicians, politicians, celebrities, news anchors; including Frank Sinatra, Morgan Freeman, Ted Koppel, Sammy Davis Jr., Harry Carrey, Peter Jennings, Chris Rock, Al Pacino, Muhammad Ali, Jesse Jackson, Bernie Mac, Chris Tucker, DMX, Sylvester Stallone, Marv Albert, George Bush, Bill Clinton and more.Reggie has acted in movies and stage plays, including "3 Ways to Get A Husband"; performing with Billy Dee Williams, Leon, Shirley Murdock and Lenny Williams. However, Reggie's talent as an impressionist has awarded much success; as a finalist at the 1998 Regal Theater Talent Showcase; performances at the Bud Light Def Jam; and a winner of the "Miller Genuine Draft National Comedy Search Tour". Reggie also toured with "The Kings & Queens of Comedy Search Tour"; and continues to perform as an actor, comedian and impressionist.