Reece Cross is a talent that proceeds to fashion many different hats. He is an actor, comedian, recording artist and writer. He also was in the movie Brown Paper Bag [2019], where he portrayed the character of Booker, which won best film and director awards at the San Diego Black Film Festival. The movie also garnered much attention as one of the chosen films for the Pan African Film Festival. He will be performing as Sal in the stage play Den of Thieves [2020] in May written by Stephen Adly Guirgis.

Cross is a native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas where the town has produced some stellar profiles the likes of Blues legend B.B. King, as well as, acting great Billy Bob Thornton. He was born biracial. Cross graduated from the Theatre of Arts Acting Conservatory in Hollywood with an Associates Degree in Occupational Studies with a focus in acting. There, he was introduced to the combination of the strengths of classical British drama training with the vibrancy of contemporary American practice. His training ranges from the Stanislavski acting principles to Shakespearean philosophies. Given his athletic background, he is most proficient in armed and unarmed combat, as well as, motion capture performance training. Due to his recording background, he took to voiceover fairly quick, as he was no stranger to acting behind a microphone. He continues to take acting classes regularly to sharpen his skills.

He recently performed in the world premiere stage play Light It Up [2019], where he played the lead character, Lester. As a recording artist, he wrote original music for the stage production. Cross regularly performs Standup Comedy at the World-Famous Comedy Store. He was recently cast in the film Rising Within to play Lil Howie, which is still being filmed. He is in the process of writing his first feature film entitled That’s Just the Homie.

Cross is a college graduate from the University of Arkansas- Monticello where he attained a bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. He also was a standout player in baseball both in high school and college, ultimately earning an opportunity to play professional baseball. He enjoys making music and editing videos as a profession. He loves working out, as it gives him a way to escape from the daily grind. 

Cross is looking forward to working on the next Emmy Award Netflix series or in any feature film involving a ton of action like the Fast and Furious franchise!