Since first appearing as President Obama in 2008, Reggie Brown has become a regular on the FOX News Channel's "Huckabee" and "Stossel" shows, has toured with talk-radio sensation Laura Ingraham, portrayed the President in Hollywood's first feature film about the election "The Obama Effect", and has appeared on countless major television shows including "Hannah Montana", "Workaholics", and "Piscopo After Dark".
Reggie is a Chicago native from the working class neighborhoods around Midway airport, where he found his “voice” (quite literally) when, in high school, he started mimicking celebrities ranging from Sean Connery and Bill Cosby to Notorious BIG and Tony Soprano. After high school Brown attended the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana, signed a modeling contract, and traveled the country for seven years as a professional model.
Brown honed his skills in acting and voiceover techniques at the Acting Studios Chicago. He then used those skills as a contributing voice for Fearless Radio (an independent, on-line station), hosted Akira TV for the fashion-forward retailer, and emceed both fashion events and runway shows at such prestigious local venues as Galleria Marchetti and House of Blues in Chicago. He also worked as a member of the NBC5 Street Team, winning a 2008 Chicago/Midwest Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in New Media Interactivity for his coverage of Chicago’s second annual, all night Looptopia event.
Reggie has performed for hundreds of associations and top corporations including Unilver, ICRco, and The Young Presidents’ Association. He has had over two-million upload views on YouTube collaborating with new media giants such as Next New Networks, Barely Political, and The Obama Girl, was the starring role in Laura Ingraham’s “The Obama Diaries Live”, and can be seen performing on stage in Las Vegas.