Reginald L. Barnes
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A native of Omaha, NE, Reginald L. Barnes is an "actors' actor" dealing with theater, film and television. He made his NYC theater debut Off-Broadway in "A Soldier's Play" at the Producers Club. He has been featured in productions of "The Wiz", "Medea", "Godspell", "Fences", Chekov's "A Marraige Proposal" and most recently, the Beckmann Theatre's presentation of "Freddie's Big Deal".

In 2002, Reginald was the winner on an episode of NBC's "The Weakest Link", which garnered him some national exposure. He can be seen in the indie films "Read On", "Inhibitions", and "The Skeleptica Effect" which are making waves around the film festival circuit. Reginald would like to thank DPOH and The Laugh Factory for this opportunity, and also his close friends and family for their continued support in his pursuit of his dream. Reginald currently resides in Brooklyn with his heart in Manhattan and can be contacted via his website,