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Actors Bridging 20th and 21st Centuries

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Judith Reagan has performed in numerous films, including Coming Through the Rye, Walking Marshall Walker, Trading Mom, Dave, Paternity, Toy Soldiers, Love Field, and True Colors. She has appeared in a number of television programs, including Listen to Me, Through the Legal Maze, The Guiding Light, All My Children, One Life to Live, Love of Life, and Loving. She has also appeared in commercials, participated in voiceovers, and performed in theater and plays such as Taming of the Shrew and Steel Magnolias. She also teaches public speaking in education, law, architecture, politics, and business. 

Richard studied in New York City with Michael Howard and performed in NYC at Manhattan Theatre Club, Chelsea Theatre Center, W.P.A. Theatre and Douglas Fairbanks Theatre. He has acted regionally in over one hundred roles in such theatres as Hippodrome State Theater, GEVA Theatre, Florida Studio Theatre, SideShow Theatre Company, Paper Mill Playhouse, P.A.F. Playhouse, Olney Theatre and TheatreVirginia. Film credits include: Homer Benson in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln; Dr. Ezra Abbott in Ridley Scott’s Killing Lincoln; Chester Bowles in Killing Kennedy; Marshall Walker in Waking Marshall Walker (Screened at over 40 film festivals) and Vic LeClue in Patriot Son (LA Film Fest, Telluride). Richard appeared as L.P. Everett in the episode, “The 20% Solution” for the television program, Homicide, Life on the Street.  Richard received the University of Virginia’s Outstanding Teacher Award in 1991, the Mayo Distinguished Teaching Professorship in 1998 and was selected as an inaugural member of the University Academy of Teaching in 2011. 

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