Regina Taufen was born in Wilmington, Delaware. After moving from Connecticut to Philadelphia, she performed in her first play at the age of 10. Although old by industry standards, she was destined to follow in the footsteps of Katharine Hepburn, who also lived in the same three states.
As a series regular on AMC’s “Filmfakers,”Regina showcased her ability to play offbeat characters, which led to her first spray tan as the ditzy acupuncturist opposite Rebecca Romijn in “Pepper Dennis.” Taufen co-wrote, produced and starred in her own television pilot, “The Kitty Landers Show,” winning ‘Best Actress’ and ‘Best Family Pilot’ at the New York Television Festival. She played two on-screen roles in “Night at the Museum II” — and voiced four off-screen characters. Taufen has lent her voice to dozens of feature films and television programs including “The great gatsby,” “The Lego Movie,” “guardians of the galaxy,” “Ant Man,” “Mad Men,” “Sleepy Hollow,” and NBC’s “The Blacklist.”
Most recently, Regina wrote, produced, directed and stars in “Lisa’s Advice” with Anna Christopher. The series was featured on The Huffington Post’s Comedy Page. In 2015, their second installment, “Lisa’s Baby’s Advice,” won BEST SCRIPTED FILM at the 100 Words Film Festival.