Welcome to Bridget Regan Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Bridget Regan. She has been in TV shows like "Legend of the Seeker", "White Collar", "Jane the Virgin", "Agent Carter", "The Last Ship" and "Paradise Lost". Bridget has also been in films such as "The Best and the Brightest", "Murder in Manhattan", "John Wick", "The Leisure Class" and "Devil's Gate". This site is online to show our support to the actress Bridget Regan, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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Veronique • September 21st, 2022 •


Bridget attended the Downtown LA Film Festival – Weak Premiere on 17 September. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.



Veronique • September 3rd, 2022 •


The ”Paradise Lost“ star will portray Rockin’ Roxy, a rising DJ with a not-quite human fanbase

“The Winchesters,” the prequel to The CW’s hit series “Supernatural,” has cast Bridget Regan in a recurring role, TheWrap can exclusively reveal. The “Jane the Virgin” alum will portray Rockin’ Roxy, a DJ on the rise.

Regan will appear in multiple episodes of the new show: A “honey-voiced pirate radio DJ, Rockin’ Roxy is hijacking the airwaves of Lawrence, Kansas to broadcast a wicked new sound. Behind the mic, she’s got an electric charm and a rapidly growing fanbase. But as our heroes will sadly learn, Roxy’s listeners aren’t all of the human variety,” reads her character description as obtained by TheWrap.

“The Winchesters” stars Meg Donnelly, Drake Rodger, Nida Khurshid, Jojo Fleites and “Supernatural” OG Jensen Ackles in a voice-over capacity. It tells the epic, monster-infused love story between Mary Campbell (Donnelly) and John Winchester (Rodger), parents to Dean (Ackles) and Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki), tracing their chance meeting in the ’70s and eventual romance set against a backdrop of demon hunting and magic.

Ackles and his wife, fellow “Supernatural” alum Danneel Ackles are executive producers via Chaos Machine and their overall deal with WBTV. Robbie Thompson is also an executive producer. Glen Winter directs the pilot and is an EP of that episode. The show is produced by Chaos Machine Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Studios.

Regan recently starred in the Spectrum Originals series “Paradise Lost.” Before that she played attorney-turned-socialite Rose Solano/Sin Rostro in The CW’s “Jane the Virgin,” appearing in more than 30 episodes of the hit telenovela dramedy. Her other TV credits include “White Collar,” “Legend of the Seeker,” “The Last Ship,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Agent Carter.” She also played Poison Ivy in The CW’s “Batwoman.”

Next up, she’ll appear in ABC’s “The Company You Keep” opposite Milo Ventimiglia.

Regan is repped by UTA, Gasparro Management and Goodman, Genow, Schenkman.

Source: thewrap.com



Veronique • June 18th, 2022 •


Bridget attended the Starfurys Ultimates Assemble for 3 days last weekend. A huge thanks to Abby from k-cassidy.com who met Bridget there last weekend and is so incredibly nice to let me use her photos!! Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.



Veronique • March 14th, 2022 •


I made screencaps of Bridget in “Batwoman” season 3 episode 10. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps.



Veronique • January 23rd, 2022 •


I made screencaps of Bridget in this week’s episode of “Batwoman”. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps.



Veronique • January 19th, 2022 •


Batwoman is serving up a double dose of iconic villainy.

Wednesday’s midseason premiere brought the drama with several big twists, including Marquis learning the Bat Team’s true identities before being put down by the same serum that kept Pam Isley desiccated for a decade.

Ryan originally intended to inject Mary with the serum but changed her mind at the last second amid Marquis’ dangerous threats and increasing instability. Mary took that as another example of her friends underestimating her and, in a conversation with Alice, resolved to show her former cohorts why that was a mistake.

Meanwhile, Sophie realized that Renee has been lying about the Joker buzzer — she had it all along — and was using them to find the love of her life, Pam Isley. Still feeling guilty for helping Batman lock her away in the Batcave, Renee awaked her long-lost girlfriend with a kiss. The episode ended with both lovers fleeing and the Bat Team staring down a new threat.

With two iterations of Poison Ivy set to wreak havoc on Gotham, TVLine hit up Nicole Kang and Bridget Regan for intel on what to expect in the coming episodes, which you can check out in the interviews below.

Regan on Pam Isley’s romance with Renee: “I think all of Pam’s feelings are extreme. She deeply loves Renee, and Renee is her wildcard. Renee is her Achilles heel — her weak spot. She’s the voice of reason, and while Pam tries to stay focused on her mission, Renee continues to bring up these very valid points to Pam, and it creates this real conflict within Pam and within their relationship.”

Regan on Pam’s mission to save the environment: “She is the original eco terrorist, and she’s gonna move forward with violence in the name of conservation. She’s not going to stop moving forward to bring justice and protect the Earth. Caroline and all the writers tied in some really great themes and plotlines to the show that parallel what’s going on with our planet right now and what we need to do. I want to see Pam shut down pipelines, stop offshore drilling and stop the exploitation of the Earth’s natural resources. This is what I want to see. And Pam is, I think, the hero we need right now.”

Kang on Mary feeling underestimated when Ryan injects Marquis with the Poison Ivy serum: “That’s the nail in the coffin. That is further proof that everything she has felt, everything that’s been said, everything that she’d been upset about is solidified in that one moment, because it’s a coin flip, and she makes the wrong choice. From Batwoman’s point of view, that’s not what happened at all. But from Mary’s point of view, that’s their last moment as a friend, and it’s a really big reason why she does what she does.”

Kang on Alice’s influence over Mary’s supervillain story: “Alice knows what to say to Mary. She spent all this time with her. She knows [her] sister, and she’s been through it before — this villain coming-of-age story. Alice has done it before, and she knows how lonely it feels. Mary looks to her for a solution… [In] the coming episodes, even Alice is like, ‘Are you sure? She transforms from student to leader in that Alice-Mary dynamic.”

Kang and Regan on Mary and Pam teaming up: “The team-up is epic… The more interesting journey that takes a long time is their relationship to each other, and that really maternal exploration of Mother Nature herself — that mother-daughter relationship that’s really cool. It’s really awesome that we explore what it would be like to have two different Poison Ivys.”

Regan on why Pam takes Mary under her wing: “Mary has this pure heart. She’s also an incredibly brilliant and capable doctor. She’s a true hero, and I believe that Pam deliberately chose her, and their relationship becomes this push-pull. If you thought one Poison Ivy was bad for Gotham, wait till there’s two.”

Kang on the evolution of Mary’s Poison Ivy costume: “As [Mary] meets [Pam Isley], she definitely transforms… They become twisted in this fever dream. They’re drunk off of the sun. It really happens so quickly that Mary is under her spell. Pam needs Mary to regain strength because she has none, so I think it’s really interesting. I feel like Mary’s kind of inspired by Alice. There’s a jacket, especially, that I remember trying on, and it was so gorgeous. And I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, she’s totally inspired by Alice, too.’ Two women that were her ‘How to Become a Villain’ handbook. Mary draws inspiration from them, for sure.”

Regan on Poison Ivy’s big fight scenes in Episode 10 (airing Jan. 26): “It was massive… There were days when I walked on to set, and I was like, ‘This looks like a movie.’ I also got to do some fighting, which I haven’t done in a while. They created some really cool choreography and creative use of Pam’s powers and what she’s capable of. I’m really eager to see how it all comes together.”

Source: tvline.com



Veronique • January 15th, 2022 •


I made screencaps of Bridget in this week’s episode of “Batwoman”. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps.



Veronique • January 12th, 2022 •


Bridget Regan’s Pam Isley, aka Poison Ivy, has finally entered the chat.

When Batwoman returns with an all-new episode this Wednesday (airing at 9/8c on The CW), the Arrowverse series will introduce Regan’s take on the iconic villain through flashbacks as Renee Montoya (played by Victoria Cartagena) relives her past.

When it comes to Ivy’s look in the CW show, Regan had one specific request for her green, plant-inspired garbs: She wanted everything to be long. “I wanted long hair, long nails, long lashes just like she’s growing — she is a plant,” the actress tells TVLine.

Regan jumped at the chance to play the fan-favorite character and did her due diligence by absorbing as much as she could of Ivy’s extensive history throughout Batman lore. Taking those previous performances — which include Uma Thurman in the 1997 film Batman & Robin and Lake Bell in HBO Max’s animated Harley Quinn series — into account, Regan zeroed in on Ivy’s unparalleled devotion to plants.

“I based everything on [the] idea that plants are better than people, and that was it,” Regan shares. “I was really drawn to her mission. I was drawn to this metamorphosis that she’s gone through — her extreme commitment to that mission, how radicalized she is, how passionate she is.”

According to Regan, the Ivy that we’ll meet also has a “real internal conflict with her love life.”

Wednesday’s midseason premiere will see Mary and Alice continue their sisterly bonding while Ryan, Luke and Sophie desperately try to stop them. That won’t be an easy task, considering Mary has now embraced her newfound power as a new iteration of Poison Ivy after being scratched by one of Isley’s vines.

“She’s at her full force in this episode,” Nicole Kang, who plays Mary, teases. “It is the beginning of where the road diverges [from] ‘Poor Mary’ to ‘Oh, no! What are you doing? What are you becoming?’”

Mary might be relishing in her new Ivy persona, but that bad-girl bravado is powered by deep hurt at feeling underestimated by her friends. “I think there’s always a part of her that absolutely misses them, but I think that heartbreak is apparent every time that she interacts with them,” Kang explains. “Because she cares so much, it’s why this conflict continues, and this fire really burns so bright.”

If Mary ever decides to return to her old self, Kang says she’ll have to “reckon with all of the wreckage that she’s created.”

Source: tvline.com



Veronique • December 22nd, 2021 •


The first photo of Brisget as Poison Ivy in Batwoman season 3 has been posted online! Here it is:



Veronique • November 26th, 2021 •


I made screencaps of Bridget in the first season of “Paradise Lost”. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps from each episode.


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