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    Ed Reggi is a lifelong storyteller who has the stories to prove it. Growing up in the Big Apple, Ed honed his acting career by sneaking into the NBC studios across his Brooklyn street home. He later earned his B.F.A. at Fontbonne University in St. Louis, Missouri, and moved to Chicago, where he continued his study at The Second City with its’ founder, Broadway director and playwright Paul Sills.

    Ed teaches acting and improvisation at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri, and at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) in University City.  He’s a proud Wolf Trap Teaching Artist with Wolf Trap Affiliate Springboard in St. Louis, Missouri.

    Ed Reggi is a President of the Applied Improvisation Network (AIN) and facilitates communication and storytelling workshops all over the globe. His clients include Google, SONY Playstation, Wells Fargo, Accenture, Mastercard, Southwest Airlines, Nestle Purina, Monsanto, Saint Louis Zoo, Vivent Health, SSM Health, Ascension Health, the St. Louis Jewish Federation, St Louis Public Schools, Cancer Support Community, Salvation Army, and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

    Ed Reggi ghostwrites for stand-up comedians, television hosts, and internet personalities. You can watch Reggi (portraying himself) teaching improv on Oprah Winfrey’s nationally syndicated TV show, WELCOME TO SWEETIE PIE’S. Reggi has been fortunate to work side-by-side with some of the most respected actors, including Mary Gross, Edie McClurg, Mike Rock, Keegan-Michael Key, Amy Poehler, Anna Deavere Smith, Valeria Harper, Bob Keeshan, George Clooney, Raven Symone, and Avery Schreiber.

    Ed Reggi’s husband, Scott, is a social worker specializing in crisis intervention, and they recently moved to a 1940s farmhouse in Florissant, Missouri, with their charming dogs, Oscar and Phoenix. The 4-acre property came with several barn cats Piper, Tom, Loki, and Thor, who continue to live their best lives.

    Resumé highlights

    COCAbiz – www.cocabiz.org
    Business Facilitator

    Springboard St Louis – www.springboardstl.org
    Wolf Trap Teaching Artist and Performer

    St. Louis Auditions – www.stlauditions.com

    (Closed in 2020) Insight Theatre – www.insighttheatrecompany.com
    Founding Ensemble Actor & Director

    Paper Slip Theatre – Comedy Entertainment
    Owner & Performer

    Applied Improvisation Network (AIN) – www.appliedimprovisationnetwork.org
    Professional Member of Applied Improvisation

    Stay Tuned, PBS weekly television series
    Co-Creator and Producer

    Emmy award-winning voiceover actor & Emmy nominated television producer

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