Reginald Cribb is an Australian playwright and actor.
Cribb graduated from National Institute of Dramatic Art at the University of New South Wales in 1990 and his first play, Night of the Sea Monkey, was performed in 1999.
Cribb’s plays include:
With Rachel Perkins, Cribb co-wrote the screenplay for the movie Bran Nue Dae based on the 1989 stage musical Bran Nue Dae written by Jimmy Chi.
Cribb appeared in the film A Country Life.
He appeared in Home and Away during the 1990s, with appearances in G.P., A Country Practice and Police Rescue. He also sang the song „Banana Holiday“ on the ABC children’s TV series Bananas in Pyjamas with Monica Trapaga as well as the main cast of the show.
Stage history includes Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Hester, The Players, Face to Face, Romeo and Juliet and The Turning.
In 2015, Cribb was the Professional in Residence at the Perth’s Film & Television Institute.