With an athletic background as a competitive figure skater, Duncan Regehr became a classically-trained Shakespearean stage actor before venturing to Hollywood. Once there, it didn’t take him long to win roles in major films and TV series.
After appearing in Wizards and Warriors, Duncan snagged lead roles in The Last Days of Pompeii, and My Wicked, Wicked Ways…all of which lead to his most iconic role as “Don Diego de la Vega” in 88 episodes of Zorro.
Regehr has since appeared in dozens of shows, drawing a huge following for his Star Trek: TNG performances, but in this interview with Bob & Suzanne McCullough, you’ll learn the source of his true creative passion.
No mere “dabbler” as an artist or writer, his written works and paintings are found in collections worldwide, including the Smithsonian Institute, the Jilin Collection of China, the Kunstallen in Copenhagen, Focus on the Masters Archives for the Getty Museum and the Syllavethy Collection of Scotland.
He is a Royal Canadian Artist, a recipient of the American Vision Award of Distinction in the Arts and holds a Doctorate of Fine Arts from the University of Victoria.
His books The Dragon’s Eye, Corvus Rex, Chrysalid, Scarecrow and Presence combine prose, poetry and visual imagery…a true experience and insight into the man.
A creative force to be reckoned with since early childhood, Duncan Regehr defines the 21st Century “Renaissance Man.”
This is a conversation not to be missed! (Click here to listen to the free podcast interview.)