Reggie Steele began his comedy career in 2000 when he decided to take a friends advice to stop "wasting his talent". Inspired, he hit every open mic the Bay Area had to offer, polishing his characteristic storytelling-style of telling real life stories with his own unique ‘embellishments'. Reggie's natural and engaging style proved to be very popular amongst audiences and he won the inaugural Rooster T. Feathers amateur comedy competition, besting over 100 Bay Area comedians. That was just the beginning, and since then he has performed for the troops overseas, appeared on Martin Lawerence Presents the 1st Amendment Stand-Up, Comics Unleashed with Byronn Allen, and Comedy.TV. He was a finalist in NBC's Stand-Up Diversity Contest, had a small reccurring role in NBC's Trauma, appeared in the movie Love On The Line and the Youtube favorite Black Guys On a Beautiful Day 1 and 2.