Joe Regalbuto

Born in Brooklyn, NY, educated at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and the NYU School of the Arts, Joe Regalbuto began his career with in a local NY theatre, to move on to Broadway, The Guthrie Theatre, Seatlle Rep. and The New York Shakespeare Festival. After many years of work in NY he moved to Los Angeles, which resulted in new roles in films and TV shows, such as “Missing” “Lassiiter”, “Raw Deal” and “Bottle Shock”. In 1988 Joe Regalbuto played in the famous “Murphy Brown” TV series and this performance brought him Emmy and SAG nominations. The show received 17 Emmy awards within the 10 years of its appearance. Joe directed a few dozen episodes of this show, and then continued his career of a director on the set of “Friends”, “Veronica’s closet”, “The George Lopez Show”, “Hot in Cleveland”. “Death in Columbia”, a play by Shem Bitterman is one of Joe’s latest theatre undertakings. In his career he has worked with Neil Simon on the Brodway play “Oscar and Felix, a new look at the odd couple” and “Division Street” and “Everybody say cheese” at the Falcon Theatre. He has also made appearance on the stage of the Old Globe theatre in “Art”, directed “Gretty Good Time” at the Falcon Theatre, and was the director and actor a in “Romeo and Juliet” at the Odyssey theatre. 

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