LIsa Regina began coaching actors in 1991 during her studies at New York University in the Educational Theatre Program. Lisa also studied screenwriting and production at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
During this time, Lisa taught at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. After leaving the AADA, Lisa started her own business of independent acting workshops and private coaching sessions for all ages and all levels.
Lisa's established KAPOW 'Kid Acting Workshops at the Actors Loft in the Village, NYC. Kapow ran for ten years providing young actors with classes and showcases for industry professionals.
Lisa then transitioned to LR Acting Workshops, which still currently exist. LR Acting Workshops consists of both private acting sessions and classes located in New York City and South Jersey.
Throughout the year, Lisa also holds weekend intensive acting workshops across the country. The weekend intensives allow Lisa to introduce her on camera TV & Film classes to new actors of all ages and all levels.
As an acting coach, Lisa coaches anyone who relies on performance skills in their field of work. Therefore, Lisa's client list is very diverse and consist of dancers, public speakers, lawyers, medical professionals, writers, sales representatives and anyone who wants to build their confidence with presenting.
In addition to Lisa's varied client list, Lisa also provides private coaching to people with autism. These sessions have proven to be extremely successful in providing her clients with a nurturing environment and new discoveries to build communication and expression.
As an actress and acting coach in New York City for over 25 years, Lisa is a member of the SAG-Aftra.
Lisa began her studies in New York City with actor, Tom Noonan at the Paradise Theatre. Lisa attributes a deep connection and emotional growth in the craft during her studies with Tom Noonan.
Some of Lisa's film/tv credits include, The Sopranos, The Bakery, The Tournament, 79 Parts. Full filmography on IMDB.
Lisa's national commercial campaigns include, Macy's, K-Mart and Delta Sky Miles.
Lisa Regina has also worked as an on-air cohost for the 2010 Maxwell Football Awards.
Lisa is also an advocate and public speaker for her non-profit, A Write to Heal and has presented as an international keynote speaker for YWCA National Conference, Washington D.C., The YWCA Women's World Council.
Lisa has devoted years to educating communities on sensitive subject matters, such as bullying, teaching tolerance for those who are different and domestic violence through her non-profit, A Write to Heal.
Currently, Lisa is honoring our Veterans by writing 'Heroic Episodes' as a series with the pilot episode titled:
'The Shooters Nail'.
TV & FILM ACTING
On camera training for TV & Film
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