Reg Rogers can be considered to be a very versatile actor. He has performed from television to the theatre. Reg attended the Yale School of Drama. Not much is known about Reg Rogers personally. Nominations & Plays Reg was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for the role of Ned Seton in a revival of "Holiday" in New York. He was also nomintated and won a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Actor for his role as Langley Collyer in "The Dazzle." For this same performance, he won an OBIE award as well (For...well, his performance!). His regional theater and festival credits include "The Seagull" with Christopher Walken, Blythe Danner, Cherry Jones, and Gwyneth Paltrow; and "Rocket to the Moon," opposite Marisa Tomei and directed by Joanne Woodward. Rogers has also starred in "The Dazzle" by Pulitzer Prize nominee Richard Greenburg. He also played the title role in John Patrick Shanley's play "Cellini". Other plays include Lobster Alice, Unwrap Your Candy, Four Dogs and a Bone, and Look Back in Anger. Most Recent Projects Reg Rogers performed as the sadistic dentist Orin Scrivello (D.D.S) from the musical "Little Shop of Horrors". (He also played EIGHT other characters in the play as well). On July 18th 2003, Reg Rogers performed in a play by Beth Henley called "Exposed." This was be held at the Vassar College's Powerhouse Theatre, part of the New York Stage and Film summer season. This play was be held for only 3 days. (18th-20th) Location: Poughkeepsie, NY. Tickets: $18. The Henley play is described by the author as a poignant comedy about "the healing power of love." It is set at Christmastime.