A Little Bit About Me
People have often described me as “animated” and “infectious” …. but I am pretty sure these are meant to be complimentary. My sense of humor is balanced by my compassion and sensitivity towards others. These attributes have helped me pursue acting and filmmaking with an unrelenting passion. But before I climbed aboard the acting train, I became a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. So if you are looking for someone who has a great work ethic and can handle chaotic schedules (all while keeping a calm, cool smile on her face)….I’m your gal.
Now Let’s Get Serious…Official Bio
Narci Regina is an award-winning dramatic actress, with a strong comedic flare. She was raised by hard-working parents, who were immigrants from the Dominican Republic. Before pursuing acting, she received a M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology in Brooklyn, NY and enjoyed providing therapy to children with special needs for several years. However, her desires for the arts led her to change professions and train to be a professional actor. Her most recent credits include Guest Star roles on The Equalizer (CBS), Law & Order: SVU (NBC) and FBI (CBS). She can also be seen co-starring in Blue Bloods (CBS), M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant, for Apple TV + and Alternatino on Comedy Central. She made her feature film debut, 21 Bridges, starring Chadwick Boseman.
Narci is also an avid CONTENT CREATOR. She has written, produced and performed in several plays and short films, including the original one-act production, This Is Family and the award-winning short film, Reasons (currently in the film festival circuit). Her self-produced short film, Reasons, has appeared and received awards in several festivals, including American Black Film Festival, LA & NYC Shorts International Film Festivals, Pan African Film Festival, Martha’s Vineyard African Film Festival, BronzeLens Film Festival, and Denton Black Film Festival.