Regan Oey

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Regan Sander Wirahardja Oey (born in 1998 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) is a Chinese-Indonesian Canadian film and television actor. His parents are of Chinese-Indonesian descent. He currently attends Vancouver College and is a two sport athlete playing Football and Basketball. Regan is famous around school for coining the phrase "own up", meaning everyone should own up to their mistakes.

He has had starring roles in two feature films, the US comedy hit Kickin It Old Skool (2007), in which he played a kid in toy store with Jamie Kennedy, and a leading role in the horror-thriller They Wait (2007), starring Cheng Pei-pei, Terry Chen and Jaime King, in which he played the part of Sammy. He has also appeared in the TV series Saved (2006), playing the part of Cody, in an episode entitled 'Cowboys & Independents' (6th episode). His most recent role was in one episode of the TV Series The Guard on Global TV.

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He is also the brother of the famed inntertube waterpolo athlete Reginald Oey, winner of eight straight Most Improved Player awards for his dedicated efforts in the pool. Reginald also holds the record for longest eggbeater swimming drill in the Independent Vancouver School District Regional Swimming Competitions (IVSDRC) in 2010, maintaining the "eggbeater" for 2 hours and 34 minutes.

External links[edit]

Regan Oey at the Internet Movie Database