Regina Mocey - Madam Lazora

Regina Mocey grew up in Philadelphia. She cut her acting teeth with The Stagecrafters Theater of Philadelphia and Little Theatre of Manchester in Connecticut before turning pro at The Hartford Stage Company in 1979. A graduate of Temple University’s School of Communications and Theatre, she studied acting at HB Studio in NYC. She began her professional career in New England, writing for, producing, directing and acting in productions of Plum Cake Players Children’s Theater, a company that toured schools, libraries and other community venues. She also performed in street theatre, resident professional theatre, and on radio and television, and produced a performance series in a church basement in Hartford, Connecticut.
In L. A. since 1980, Regina studied acting with Jeff Corey, Frank Condon, Apollo Dukakis and Anthony Caldarella. She studied improv with LA Connection and Stephanie Waxman of The Wims. She has appeared on stage at The Actors Forum, the Victory Theatre Center, The Lillian Theatre, The Cast Theatre, The Powerhouse Theatre, The Odyssey Theatre and the Malibu Stage Company. On television she has appeared in “Call 911” on Investigation Discovery Channel, “Portrait of Courage: The Untold Story of Flight 93” on i independent channel, “Wanda At Large” on Fox, “Unsolved History” on the Discovery Channel and “Theatre in America” on PBS.
Currently, Regina is acting for small screen, smaller screen and large screen projects. She has produced and directed play readings and interviews for Time Warner community access cable TV, the Motion Picture and Television Fund and other community groups. She is a proud member of Conejo Players Theatre of Thousand Oaks, California. Regina lives in Los Angeles County with her husband. They have three sons, one brand new daughter-in-law and two pug dogs.