Bridget Regan Story - American Telivision Actress
Bridget Catherine Regan is an actress of American origin. Regan has portrayed the character of 'Kahlan Amnell' and Rebecca Lowe/Rachel Turner in the television series, Legend of the Seeker and White Collar.
Bridget Catherine Regan was born on February 3, 1982 in San Diego, California, United States. She was brought up in an Irish American and Catholic family. Regan acted as a child artist in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Wizard of Oz, both of which were North County productions. She is an 'alma mater' of the Universiy of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Bridget Catherine Regan was cast in the television series, Legend of the Seeker in 2006. The serial is an off-take from the novels in the series, Sword of Truth by Terry Goodkind. Her portrayal of the character, Mother Confessor Kahlan Amnell made her an iconic figure. Regan tried her hand at production with the musical, Camp Wanatachi in 2009. The musical was showcased at the La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in New York. Regan featured in several films; The Babysitters (2007), Sex and the City (2008) and The Best and the Brightest (2010).
Bridget Catherine Regan played the lead role in The Frontier, a proposed television show in 2012. She portrayed the character of “Rebecca Lowe/Rachel Turner” in the fifth season of White Collar in 2013, a crime drama aired on the USA Network. Regan appeared in the series, Beauty & the Beast. She starred in a repetitive role Jane the Virgin and in a cameo role in John Wick in 2014. Regan is a popular choice among the comic book community to enact the character of 'Wonder Woman'. She starred in the repetitive role of 'Dottie' in Agent Carter in 2015, a television series fashioned upon a comic book. Regan acted in the film, The Leisure Class in 2015.
Regan has acted in several theatre productions; Sweet Bird of Youth (1999), The Scottish Play (2005) and Geneva (2008). She was a part of the Broadway production, Children and Art in 2005.
Bridget Catherine Regan is married to assistant director Eamon O'Sullivan. They met during the shooting of Legend of the Seeker, in New Zealand. The couple is blessed with a daughter, Frankie Jean.