|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Lisa Regina has appeared on TV / Film in The Sopranos, Bronx Paradise, Priceless, All My Children, and national commercial campaigns for Delta Sky Miles, K-Mart and Macy's. She was the on-air host for the 2010 Maxwell Football Awards and "79 Parts" in the role of Vera, with Award Winning Director, Ari Taub.
Lisa studied at New York University in the School of Educational Theatre, as well as the Tisch School for the Performing Arts. At NYU, her focuses were performance, educational theatre, as well as screen writing and film production.
As a professional of the arts, Lisa is committed to creating projects from concept, writing, directing and producing that shed light on the stories that often go unheard. In 2001, she wrote, directed and produced an educational film, Kenny, which won the Manhattan Global Film Festival and a Humanitarian Award. Kenny is an educational project, focused on the rare skin disease Ichthyosis and is being distributed by the National Film Network. Kenny was selected as an entrant in the 2009 Long Island International Film Festival.
In 2007, Lisa wrote, directed and produced an educational stage performance, A Write to Heal. The performance was an extension of Lisa's non-profit organization, A Write to Heal, Inc. As the program's founder and director, Lisa continues to educate others through writing, performance and filmmaking. The show premiered at the Culture Project in NYC and throughout communities in New Jersey.
The performance is a collection of monologues, poems and music emerging from the true stories of women who have been victims of domestic violence.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Joey Bove, Producer