Dennis Regan is an accomplished stand-up comedian specializing in clean, corporate comedy. His television credits include multiple appearances on both the "Late Show with David Letterman" and "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno, as well as A&E's "Evening at the Improv," Comedy Central and Showtime.
Dennis was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He started doing stand-up comedy in his early thirties. Before that he had many different jobs. He bussed tables, bagged groceries, killed bugs, threw luggage, waited tables, painted houses, worked construction, and ran an asphalt business called "Tars and Stripes".
A true comedy veteran, Dennis has headlined most of the major comedy clubs in the States. Audiences all over the country have experienced his comedy, from nightclubs and cruise ships to colleges and corporations. He's even performed at Carnegie Hall. He wrote for the Kevin James comedy "The King of Queens," from its sixth season to its ninth and final season. His brother, Brian Regan is also a successful, in-demand comedian.
Whether he's entertaining millions on TV, thousands in concert, or just a few dozen at a private corporate event, Dennis has the experience and creativity to delight everyone in the audience.