BiographyVentura, California, USA
Handsome and limber dancer Regan Patno was born on March 4, 1965 in Ventura, California. Patno took a tap and tumbling class at age three and enrolled in a jazz dance class at age fifteen. His first professional dance gig was in a Vegas-style production called "Viola" in Sun City, South Africa. Regan joined the cast of the immensely popular music variety TV series "Solid Gold" as a regular featured dancer in 1986 and remained on the show until the end of its final season in 1988. Read more... on various episodes of the TV series "Fame." Regan pops up as one of the male dancers in the music video for Madonna's "Material Girl." He's appeared as a dancer in such films as "Fast Forward," "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," "Death Becomes Her," "Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit," and "The Singing Detective." Patno was Dennis Quaid's dance double for "The Parent Trap." Moreover, Regan has made guest appearances on episodes of the TV shows "Red Shoe Diaries," "Home Improvement," "The Drew Carey Show," and "Journeyman." Patno now performs as part of a unique live theatrical variety act called the Tweaksters: along with partner Julia Snyder the duo has not only performed on cruise ships and at basketball half-time shows, military bases, and corporate events, but have also appeared on various national and international television programs.