December 13, 1951 |
Wood Village, Oregon, US
He graduated from Portland State University in 1976 with a BS in philosophy, and also married his first wife while at school. He met his second wife, Lisa in San Francisco, and married her in 1983.
In 1989, Reynolds moved with his family from Hollywood to Petaluma, California, where "none of my neighbors have written a screenplay." Their first son, Cooper, was born in 1988 or 1989, and they broke up in 2000.
- "Only the Truth Is Funny" (1991)
- "All Grown Up ... And No Place to Go" (1995)
- "Love, God, Sex (and Other Stuff I Don't Have)" (2009)
- "Only the Truth Is Funny: Mid-Life at the Oasis" (2009)
- Podolsky, J.D. (September 9, 1991). "Reynolds' Rap". People Magazine. Retrieved February 25, 2010.
- Kuchwara, Michael (June 16, 1991). "Life Stories and Laughter". Toledo Blade. Associated Press. Retrieved February 25, 2010.
- Linn, Steven (November 12, 2009). "Theater review: Rick Reynolds attempts to amuse". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved February 25, 2010.
- Rick Reynolds at the Internet Movie Database
- The Church of Rick (Rick Reynolds' blog)
- Rick Reynolds' Only the Truth Is Funny by producer Robert B. Weide
- Hollywood Story in Which Truth Plays by Robert Epstein, LA Times
- Reynolds Escapes New York by Steven Winn, SF Chronicle