Chris Regan

Chris Regan is an American comedy writer. From 1999 to 2006, Regan was a writer on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,[1] where he won five Emmy awards, two Peabody Awards, and was nominated for a Writers Guild of America award. He has also written for Talkshow with Spike Feresten, The Burn with Jeff Ross, Lopez Tonight, The Jeselnik Offensive and Family Guy.

Regan was a co-author of the best-selling America (The Book), has written comedy pilots for 20th Century Fox, Comedy Central and in 2011 developed a pilot with The Jim Henson Company and Bunim/Murray Productions.[2] His work has also appeared in New York magazine and USA Today.

His book, Mass Historia: 365 Days of Historical Facts and (Mostly) Fictions, was published by Andrews McMeel in Fall 2008,[3] and he was the co-author of the humor book/memoir Shatner Rules with William Shatner.

Regan was born in the Bronx, raised in Ulster County and graduated from New Paltz High School. He has a degree from Ithaca College.[4] He is married and resides in Los Angeles.[5]


  1. ^ "Banterist". Retrieved 9 January 2006.
  2. ^ Weisman, Jon (15 August 2011). "Henson, Bunim/Murray develop 'History'".
  3. ^ Mass Historia. "Mass Historia Publishing Information". Andrews McMeel.
  4. ^ Maley, David. "Emmy Award–Winning Writer Chris Regan Selected as Ithaca College Commencement Speaker". Retrieved 12 December 2013.
  5. ^ "IMDB Page". IMDB.

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