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Name  Reg Rogers
Role  Film actor

Awards  Obie Award for Performance, Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor
Nominations  Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play
Movies  Runaway Bride, Elsa & Fred, Primal Fear, Stone Cold, Analyze That
Similar People  Annaleigh Ashford, Bruce Leddy, Michael Radford, Gregory Hoblit, Peter Frechette

REG ROGERS (Actor)


Reg Rogers (born December 23, 1964) is an American stage, film, and television actor, best known for his roles in Primal Fear and Runaway Bride and for the TV miniseries Attila.

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He was nominated for Broadway's 1996 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for a revival of Philip Barry's Holiday.

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In August 2013 he costarred with Johanna Day in the world premiere of Carly Mensch’s play Oblivion at the Westport Country Playhouse.

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In May 2005 he costarred with Marin Hinkle in the Craig Lucas adaptation of the August Strindberg's Miss Julie at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.

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He won an Outstanding Actor award in 2002 for his role in Richard Greenberg's play The Dazzle.

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Rogers has frequently appeared in guest roles on television shows including on Law & Order, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Friends, Boardwalk Empire, The Knick, Lipstick Jungle, Miss Match, the TV miniseries Attila, and Hell on Wheels.

Films that featured Rogers include Primal Fear, I Shot Andy Warhol, Runaway Bride, The Photographer, Analyze That, Igby Goes Down, and Lovely by Surprise

Rogers also has also had some experience onstage. In You Can't Take It With You, he played the Russian refugee and dance teacher, Boris Kolenkhov.

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