Ed Reggi

  • Acting, Improvisation and Digital Storytelling
  • 2001


Ed Reggi is a lifelong storyteller who has the stories to prove it. Growing up in the Big Apple, Ed honed his acting by sneaking into the NBC studios located across the street from his Brooklyn home. He attended the prestigious Edward R. Murrow High School of Television & Communications. After graduating Murrow, he attended a variety of colleges including Brooklyn College, Marymount Manhattan College and NYU. Eventually Reggi moved to the midwest to finish his BFA at Fontbonne University and headed for Chicago where he studied improvisation at The Second City and later with its' founder Paul Sills. Today, you can watch Reggi on Oprah’s nationally syndicated reality show WELCOME TO SWEETIE PIE’S. He teaches Spolin-based Improvisation at Saint Louis University, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Washington University and at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) in University City. When not performing on stage, he has managed to start a few local St. Louis cultural events including the 48-Hour Film Project, The St. Louis Improv and St. Louis Fringe Festivals. In 2013, Reggi co-created STAY TUNED an Emmy™ nominated public affairs television program for the St. Louis PBS affiliate.