Prolific Actor Regan Burns Feels Blessed

in his Agoura Community

Agoura resident Regan Burns has been a member of this community for the past two decades. “It has been the ideal environment to raise my children,” says Regan. “It has always felt like home. No matter where I go in our city, I feel like I belong.”

Regan hopes to give back to his favorite community as this year’s Grand Marshall for Reyes Adobe Days. Hosted by the city of Agoura Hills, this festive four-day celebration of California history and culture begins on October 10 on the grounds of an original ranch from 1845 located at 3040 Rainbow Crest Drive.

Regan stays grounded by running and golfing. “I am an avid trail runner and obstacle course and adventure racer,” says Regan. “From Malibu Creek State Park to Lady Face Mountain herself, I have run, biked, or crawled up them all.” He even started a running club through Stevenson Fitness in Oak Park about eight years ago, training everyone from weekend warriors to pros for races and events all over the country.

The longtime actor and director loves going to the movies and hosting and fundraising for various charities, such as Animal Rescue. Cheering on his two children with wife Jennifer remains his #1 priority. They have a daughter who’s an avid dancer and a son who plans to study editing after graduating from Agoura High School. “I feel truly blessed to raise our kids in a town like this, amid great schools, beautiful parks, and endless opportunities.”