Reagan Dale Neis

Reagan Dale Neis (born September 24, 1976) is a Canadian actress. She is best known for her lead role in The WB sitcom, Maybe It's Me, and co-starring in the Fox sitcom, A Minute with Stan Hooper. She has also guest starred on Joey and Malcolm in the Middle and co-starring in the 2006 film Material Girls.

Reagan Dale Neis
Born (1976-09-24) September 24, 1976 (age 45)
OccupationActress, film producer
Years active1998–2012, 2016


Born in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Neis grew up in Red Deer, Alberta.[1] Neis graduated from the Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School.[2] Between high school and college, she took a year off, working as a waitress.[2] She then went to Red Deer College where she studied theater.[2]


Neis' first acting role on film was in the movie, Naked Frailties (1998), where she played the lead female role.[2] Neis played the main character, Molly Stage, in Maybe It's Me.[3] Prior to playing Molly Stage, she had done small television roles, including appearing in Malcolm in the Middle.[3] The New Zealand Herald wrote that "Canadian actress Reagan Dale Neis is extremely likeable as Molly Stage."[4]


Year Title Role Notes
1998 Naked Frailties Liz[2]
2001 Go Fish Staci 1 episode: "Go Four-Point Plan"
Maybe It's Me Molly Stage[3] 22 episodes (2001–2002)
Malcolm in the Middle[3] Laura 1 episode: "Evacuation"
2002 Stark Raving Mad[1] Kitten Video
Malcolm in the Middle Nikki 1 episode: "Forbidden Girlfriend"
2003 3 episodes: "Malcolm Holds His Tongue"; "Long Drive"; "Kicked Out"
A Minute with Stan Hooper Chelsea 13 episodes (2003–2004)
2004 Stolen Poem Carol
Joey Jane 1 episode: "Joey and the Book Club"
2006 Dirty Habit[5] Amelia
Material Girls[6] Jaden
2009 Camera Obscura Clara

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Title of work Result
1999 Rosie Award Best Lead Performance - Female Naked Frailties Nominated[7]


  1. ^ a b "Reagan Dale Neis". Cosmo Girl. 3 (9): 31. November 2001 – via EBSCOhost.
  2. ^ a b c d e Caster, Penny (1998-06-06). "Young Stars Hope Movie Will Launch Their Careers". Red Deer Advocate. p. 19. Retrieved 2019-12-04 – via
  3. ^ a b c d Spelling, Ian (2001-11-06). "Maybe Babe: Young Actress Grateful to Join Freaky Family of WB's Maybe It's Me". South Florida Sun Sentinel. p. 56. Retrieved 2019-12-04 – via
  4. ^ Grant, Frances (15 February 2002). "Comedies of the Confused". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 4 December 2019 – via EBSCOhost.
  5. ^ Caster, Penny (2005-11-30). "RDC Grad Plays Nun in Feature Film". Red Deer Advocate. p. 19. Retrieved 2019-12-05 – via
  6. ^ Willis, John; Monush, Barry (2010). Screen World 2007. New York: Applause. p. 216. ISBN 978-1-55783-729-5.
  7. ^ Weber, Mark (2017-01-18). "Anniversary Screenings of RDC's Naked Frailties Set for Next Week". Red Deer Advocate.

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