Regge Life, sometimes credited as Reggie Life, is an American film, television, and theatre director.
Early in his career, Life worked as an American Film Institute intern on John Landis’ Trading Places. He went on to direct episodes of Sesame Street, The Cosby Show, A Different World, and Sister, Sister.
He shifted to directing primarily documentaries, notably a series of documentaries about Japan (and the relationship with Americans living there). He also directed Native Son (2003) for the Discovery Channel and Live Your Dream: The Taylor Anderson Story (2013). On stage, he directed off-Broadway plays, including Do Lord Remember Me (1982 and again in 1984, both times starring Frances Foster).
|Director||Do Lord Remember Me||1976-77 Season|
|Director||Do Lord Remember Me (1997)||1996-97 Season|
|Director||Do Lord Remember Me (2020)||2020-21 Season|
|Stage Manager||Prodigal Sister||1974-75 Season|
|Sound Designer||Child of the Sun||1981-82 Season|
|Sound Designer||Keyboard||1981-82 Season|
|Sound Designer||Who Loves the Dancer||1981-82 Season|
|Sound Designer||The World of Ben Caldwell||1981-82 Season|