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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
|Occupation||Actress, film producer|
|Years active||1998–2012, 2016|
Born in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Neis grew up in Red Deer, Alberta. Neis graduated from the Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School. Between high school and college, she took a year off, working as a waitress. She then went to Red Deer College where she studied theater.
Neis' first acting role on film was in the movie, Naked Frailties (1998), where she played the lead female role. Neis played the main character, Molly Stage, in Maybe It's Me. Prior to playing Molly Stage, she had done small television roles, including appearing in Malcolm in the Middle. The New Zealand Herald wrote that "Canadian actress Reagan Dale Neis is extremely likeable as Molly Stage."
|2001||Go Fish||Staci||1 episode: "Go Four-Point Plan"|
|Maybe It's Me||Molly Stage||22 episodes (2001–2002)|
|Malcolm in the Middle||Laura||1 episode: "Evacuation"|
|2002||Stark Raving Mad||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)|
|Joey||Jane||1 episode: "Joey and the Book Club"|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|Year||Award||Category||Title of work||Result|
|1999||Rosie Award||Best Lead Performance - Female||Naked Frailties||Nominated|
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- Caster, Penny (1998-06-06). "Young Stars Hope Movie Will Launch Their Careers". Red Deer Advocate. p. 19. Retrieved 2019-12-04 – via Newspapers.com.
- 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 Newspapers.com.
- Grant, Frances (15 February 2002). "Comedies of the Confused". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 4 December 2019 – via EBSCOhost.
- Caster, Penny (2005-11-30). "RDC Grad Plays Nun in Feature Film". Red Deer Advocate. p. 19. Retrieved 2019-12-05 – via Newspapers.com.
- Willis, John; Monush, Barry (2010). Screen World 2007. New York: Applause. p. 216. ISBN 978-1-55783-729-5.
- Weber, Mark (2017-01-18). "Anniversary Screenings of RDC's Naked Frailties Set for Next Week". Red Deer Advocate.