Nancy Regan

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Nancy Regan
Born Nancy Margaret Regan
(1966-03-20) March 20, 1966 (age 51)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Education BA (1988), St. Francis Xavier University
Occupation Self employed
Spouse(s) Geoff Machum (1994-2003)
Children Andrew and Matthew Machum
Family John Harrison (Grandfather)
Gerald Regan (father),
Geoff Regan (brother),
Laura Regan (sister),
Kelly Regan (sister in law),
Farhad Safinia (brother in law)
Website http://nancyregan.ca/

Nancy Regan (born March 20, 1966) is a Canadian actress,[1][2] journalist, news anchor, and television personality,[3] most known for her fifteen-year tenure as host of CTV's Live at 5,[4] a live news and general interest television program reaching more than a quarter of a million viewers nightly.[3] She is the daughter of Anita Carole Thomas (née Harrison) and former Nova Scotia Premier Gerald Regan,[3] and the sister of both actress Laura Regan, and Nova Scotia MP (and House of Commons Speaker) Geoff Regan. Her maternal grandfather, John Harrison, was a Member of Parliament from Saskatchewan.[5]

She has also hosted CTV’s national weekend morning show Good Morning Canada and That News Show on TVTropolis.

She was crowned Miss Nova Scotia in 1986 and attended Miss Canada 1987.

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