Delissa Reynolds is an established New York actress whose recent television work includes a recurring role on Hulu’s WU TANG: An American Saga, guest appearances on NBC's Manifest, CBS's The Good Fight and FBI:Most Wanted, HBO’s Divorce, Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and Luke Cage and CBS’ Madam Secretary. She has also appeared on NBC’s Law and Order, The Beat, and Deadline.
In film, her work includes a supporting roles in
A Thousand And One, (A.V. Rockwell, dir.),Two Lives In Pittsburgh, (Brian Silverman, dir.), Jerry Schatzberg's The Day The Ponies Come Back, Exp. 36, (Mackenzie Mauro, dir.), Magic Hour, (Jacqueline Christy, dir.), work on Halle Berry’s directorial debut, BRUISED, and award winning shorts Wonder, (HBO, Javier Molina, dir.) and
The Case, (Patrick House,dir.)
Some of her New York theatre credits include productions of Stephen Adly Guirgis’ The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot at both LAMama Experimental Theatre and The Actor’s Studio and Our Lady of 125th Street also at the Actor’s Studio all directed by Estelle Parsons. She appeared in Joe Pintaro’s Raft of the Medusa at the 10th Annual Planet Connections Theatre Festivity for which she won Best Actress in a Featured Role 2018. Her regional credits include the 2022 world premiere of Dael Orlandersmith's play New Age at Milwaukee Rep., Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird at Bangor’s Penobscot Theatre and Romulus Linny’s adaptation of A Lesson Before Dying at Buffalo’s Studio Arena and Rochester’s Geva Theatre's. Ms. Reynolds is the recipient of the 2022 American Theatre Hall of Fame "Emerging Theatre Artist" fellowship and lifetime member and Board member of the Actor’s Studio.