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Regan Burns

It was a long and windy road that led Regan Burns to his current status as a Hollywood actor/director/host/pitchman. During his junior year at Radford University in Virginia, he made the wise decision to relinquish his gymnastics scholarship and pursue the life of a thespian. Most of this decision was based on the fact that gymnasts don't get residual checks. After graduating with a theatre degree, Regan attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Upon his completion, Regan said, "California is the place I want to be." So he loaded up his truck and…Well, you know the story. Regan’s long list of TV guest appearances includes, "2 Broke Girls," "Code Black," "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "How I Met Your Mother," "Weeds," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Without a Trace," "CSI," and "Major Crimes," just to name a few. He’s also had recurring roles on "Reno 911," "Titus," "Once and Again," "The Ellen Show," "Mind of the Married Man," "Rodney," and more. In the feature world, he has starred in critically-praised festival indies like "God Bless America" (directed by Bobcat Goldthwait) and "Wrong" (directed by French wunderkind, Quentin Dupieux). A veteran of 150 plus commercials, Regan starred in famous campaigns for Capital One, Enterprise, Burger King, and AFLAC. Regan hosted two seasons of the Spike TV game show "Oblivious" and three seasons of AMC’s "Cinemania," and he appeared regularly as a personality on AMC’s "The Movie Club" and VH1’s "I Love the..." series.  In 2007, he starred (along with Oscar Nunez and Octavia Spencer) in the improv/sitcom hybrid, "Halfway Home" for Comedy Central. He currently stars on the top-rated "Dog with a Blog" for Disney Channel, for which he recently made his directorial debut.