Committed to her craft, Regina Ohashi has played roles from Shakespeare to Caryl Churchill, working in professional theaters, as well as in Films and TV.
She could be seen in LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT on NBC, RAY DONOVAN on SHOWTIME, and THE LEFTOVERS on HBO. She has two upcoming Co-Starring roles: in the upcoming Season 4 of HBO’s comedy series HIGH MAINTENANCE and in the new comedy series for Hulu, HIGH FIDELITY, created by and starred Zoe Kravitz.
She produced and starred in the short film “The Love We Accept” which won the prestigious Platinum Remy Award at the 48th WorldFest-Houston 2015. She has worked with Margaret Cho and Tegan and Sara in their music video Intervention as well as numerous indie films, commercials, and industrials.
Her theatre credits include the Regional Premiere of Love and Information by Caryl Churchill, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Dinner with Friends, The Women, The Wayside Motor Inn, and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.
She trained at the world-renowned William Esper Studio. She completed its Two-Year Full-Time Meisner Training Program under the tutelage of Bruce McCarty, along with other renowned teachers in their fields.
A versatile performer adept at both comedy and drama, Regina is truthful, impulsive, and funny. She's got strength, emotional depth, quirkiness, and is almost always vulnerable.
Regina is originally made in Indonesia, with parts from China, and then exported to the United States. She usually plays a Passionate/Compassionate Authority or a Dry, Quirky Working Mom. She's most often compared to Sandra Oh and Alex Borstein.
Off-camera, she's a homebody who enjoys reading and dinner with friends, but also love traveling the world. She gets very excited when she goes to the stationery aisle at Staples or Target.
Film (Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actress A government assassin comes out of retirement to hunt down the alien responsible for killing the former members of his team.
Television (Comedy) Actress Dickie Silvers is a struggling regional actor who's overdue for a big break. Enter lifelong best friend and current manager Ian Hunter, who despite a gross lack of discretion, manages to land Dickie a steady stream of "questionable bookings." What ensues is a ridiculous series of hijinks that will either make their careers...or get them both killed. Whichever comes first... Holy Wood is a tale of loyalty, love, and hopeful redemption. Written by Berry, Grayson
The Ultimate Commitment
Film (Drama) Actress A victim of rape experiences a great deal of depression as they struggle to come to terms with their emotional and traumatic experience. Stacia was molested as a child, the veil was torn and trust was broken. Stacia conceals her pain and projects her frustrations through her magazine, where she bashes men, thus, depicting an act of transgression inspired by her rape experience. In her world, a man is a tool of satisfaction and deserves no respect. Sarah unexpectedly falls in love with Bill, who is a friend from Stacia's past. Bill immediately sweeps Sarah off her feet. However, Bill has a secret which re-positions Sarah's world. Stacia's parents adopted Sarah at an early age and Sarah became part of the family. Love does not see color as Stacia and Sarah bonded as sisters. After their parents passed away, Stacia strayed from the word of God but Sarah's faith grew stronger in God. When does she return? Will she return? Does she learn true forgiveness? Can she forgive herself? Written by Sabbath Obot
The Love We Accept
Film (Short and Comedy) Actress A young woman struggles to find a man who can accept and understand her for who she really is.
Film (Short and Drama) Actress Often underestimated by outsiders, misunderstood by his own family, David, obese and disheartened, finds his way past relentless bullies and social prejudices to discover a powerful talent he never new he had.
Film (Drama) Actress Idealistic lawyers Mike Weiss and Paul Danziger are partners. Mike is a drug-addict and Paul is a family man with a pregnant wife. When nurse Vicky Rogers seeks them out, they learn that she contracted AIDS a couple of years ago when she was accidentally pinpricked with a contaminated needle by a violent patient. Vicky shows a retractable safety needle invented by engineer Jeffrey Matthew Dancort, who owns the Safety Point Company, but is unable to sell his product to any hospital from the United Medical group, apart from San Antonio Memorial. Danziger and Weiss accept the case and go to court against United Medical, defended by powerful lawyer Nathaniel Price. Soon, they see all the doors closed in their fight against the powerful mafia of the medical supply system. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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