Already, a veteran of Hollywood, Reagan Gomez continues to take this town by storm! Destined to be a star, Reagan was named after “Princess Reagan” from the Shakespearean play, King Lear.

Reagan was born in Detroit, Michigan and by the age of five, she was a regular actress and model in the local theatres and magazines. Her mother jokes that as a child she would make Reagan stop crying by pulling out a camera. The family moved to Philadelphia when she was 8, when her mom got her involved in a prestigious theatre program. Soon thereafter, she was cast in such films as, New Jersey Drive and Spike Lee’s Crooklyn.  She felt that she wanted more than what Philadelphia had to offer, and at fourteen she and her mother made a summer trip to Los Angeles, with Dateline NBC documenting the journey for their show. Within a couple of weeks of her landing in Los Angeles, she had booked, the remake of Disney’s Freaky Friday with Shelly Long.

At fourteen, this dynamo booked a regular position on the Robert Townsend TV Show, The Parent Hood. That 5-year experience was especially important to Reagan because of what she learned from Mr. Townsend. She learned that she needed to create her own projects and with that, she co-wrote one of the shows most watched episodes on teen rape.

She’s graced the big and small screens numerous times with lead roles in Never Die Alone, opposite DMX, David Arquette and Michael Ealy, Jerry McGuire, with Tom Cruise and Cuba Gooding Jr, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, with Nick Cannon, Beauty Shop with Queen Latifah, Dysfunctional Friends with Meagan Good and Stacy Dash along with many other films. Reagan’s graced the TV screen in show’s like Love, Inc. opposite Holly Robinson Pete, and the successful long running TV show, The Parent Hood. Her most recent TV show, is the animated Fox hit, The Cleveland Show opposite Sanaa Lathan and Seth MacFarlance. Reagan’s newest TV show the TV ONE hit, LOVE THAT GIRL.

Her other small screen appearances include, ER, That 70’s Show, JAG, Till Death, The Soul Man, One on One, Love Will Keep Us Together, and If You Really Love Me.  Reagan also has a love for independent films and starred in Doing Hard Time, with Boris Kodjoe and Michael Williams and Trois’ the Escort with Isaiah Washington.

Reagan’s also tried her hand at writing and producing, writing and starring in her short film This Time, and writing and starring in her webseries, Almost Home.

She currently resides in Los Angeles with her music producer husband and two children.

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