Ted Reis is an actor/writer, originally from Dayton, Ohio– Go Dragons! In that magical birthplace of aviation, Ted matriculated at Wright State University, and graduated with a B.F.A. in Acting. He went on to perform stand-up and sketch comedy all over Ohio, but eventually landed in San Diego, where he hosted the Sea Lion & Otter show at a not-so-popular Ocean themed theme park, and performed frequently in the Regional Theatre scene. In addition to earning two Outstanding Performance Awards from the Actors Alliance of San Diego, he also wrote/performed a one-person show “My Life as a Geek,” to much critical acclaim. In 2014 he became a graduate of the Conservatory program at Second City Hollywood, and became a founding member of the comedy trio, ALF. He regularly performs with the sketch comedy troupe, TMI, and co-wrote and created the concept for the incredible sketch comedy show, “Working Title.” Other career highlights include, working with Jerry Zucker, a 2015 Super Bowl commercial, and not getting murdered by Suge Knight, while working at Radio Shack. A published poet, and playwright, Ted has literally performed all over the US of A, and you may have seen him on TV commercials, peddling products and services that are too embarrassing to mention.