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* According to the director's commentary on the ''Transformers'' DVD, Turturro based his performance as Simmons on [[Michael Bay]].
* According to the director's commentary on the ''Transformers'' DVD, Turturro based his performance as Simmons on [[Michael Bay]].
* In the novel for ''[[Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen]]'', his name is in fact Seymour but ''not'' Reggie Simmons. Um, okay then!
* In ''[[Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: Offical Novelization]]'', his name is in fact Seymour but ''not'' Reggie Simmons. Um, okay then!
* Agent Simmons is ''nearly'' single-handedly responsible for the destruction of Devastator.
* Agent Simmons is nearly single-handedly responsible for the destruction of Devastator.
* He keeps Frenzy's head and his "borrowed" files from Sector Seven in a room with a couple giant open windows on a ground floor (note the garden plants outside). Possible others will think those are just junk papers.
* He keeps Frenzy's head and his "borrowed" files from Sector Seven in a room with a couple giant open windows on a ground floor (note the garden plants outside). Possible others will think those are just junk papers.

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Reggie Simmons is a human from the live-action movie continuity family.

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Agent Seymour Reginald "Reggie" Simmons is the head officer of Sector Seven's Field Agents. He is part of a long line of Simmonses who were head officers in Sector Seven. His great grandfather pulled N.B.E.-1, the first-discovered Transformer, out of the ice, and his grandfather and father prepared Sector Seven against the day that more N.B.E.s would arrive on Earth. He might come off as a jerk, but he takes this work very personally. After all, it's in his blood.

He's just a smidge off his nut — eccentric, weird, crazy, whatever you want to call it. He's strange, and he wears Hawaii underwear, Sector Seven undershirts, and clip on ties.

"Yes, but he's, uh... you know, strange. He's a little strange."
John Keller on Simmons[[Transformers (film)| [src]]]


Sector Seven ARG

Reggie Simmons and John Ho attended the original Star Wars premiere at Mann's Chinese Cinema.

Prime Directive prequel comics

In 2003, Simmons led a team of Sector 7 agents in an attempt to capture Bumblebee, then known as NBE-2. Prime Directive (IDW) issue 3 The attempt involved luring him into a trap using an artificial isotope derived from the sub-atomic matter of the cube, which put out an almost identical energy signature to that of the cube. After the team spent two days waiting in the New Mexico desert, Bumblebee appeared, followed by the Decepticons Barricade, Blackout, and Starscream. Thanks to the Decepticons, who destroyed several Apache helicopters and tried to hack into Sector 7's network, Simmons's plan to capture Bumblebee failed horribly. Prime Directive (IDW) issue 4

Transformers (2007 film)

Actor: John Turturro (English) Yūichi Nagashima (Japanese-language dub voice)
Movie Simmons meetmyfriend

Sadly, Sector Seven's insurance does not cover "giant robots", because giant robots don't exist.

Agent Simmons went to the Witwicky residence when Sector Seven suspected that Sam Witwicky had contact with an N.B.E. they were tracking. Taking Sam and Mikaela Banes into custody, he got too into the bad cop role, threatening Sam with life imprisonment, threatening Mikaela's father's parole, and revealing Mikaela's own criminal record. This strategy nearly succeeded...until a seriously pissed off Optimus Prime decided to pay Sam and Mikaela's bail—by jumping right in front of their SUV, lifting it off the ground, and tearing the roof off. Although Simmons tried to call for calm, the Autobots easily disarmed the agents. To Simmons' credit, he himself remained calm, while the guy on the left looked like he was going to wet himself.

Bumblebee Simmons

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Prime attempted to interrogate Simmons, who revealed that the only communication he was authorized to have with the NBEs was to tell them he wasn't authorized to communicate with them. He also refused to answer any questions from Sam and Mikaela about Sector Seven or how they knew of the Autobots. Annoyed by his attitude, Bumblebee released lubricant on him. As the Autobots left, Mikaela had Simmons strip as punishment for threatening her father. However, Bumblebee, Sam, and Mikaela were later recaptured.

After arriving at Hoover Dam (and presumably the longest shower of his life), Agent Simmons, in a new, clean, and higher-in-authority uniform, and trying the awkward role of good cop, told Sam and Mikaela that they may have gotten off on the wrong foot. Taking them to see the Mega Man, Simmons was told of Megatron's plans by Sam. However, Frenzy had infiltrated the dam and sent a message to the Decepticons, causing Starscream to attack. Sam urged Simmons to release Bumblebee, saying he would help, but Simmons stubbornly refused. Captain Lennox decided to apply some armed persuasion, which Simmons still refused to heed, leading to a standoff between the rangers and Sector Seven agents. But when Secretary Keller convinced them that losing was never an option for the rangers, Simmons relunctantly agrees. After Bumblebee reformatted the Cube, Simmons, Keller, Maggie Madsen, and Glen Whitmann went to the dam's archives, where they managed to send out an S.O.S. via an old radio in there, while Keller and Simmons provided cover fire from an attacking Frenzy. Transformers (film)

Revenge of the Fallen film

Simmons' fate following the termination of Sector Seven is revealed — working for his mother in a deli shop. He does not like the job one bit (and probably doesn't like working for his mother either). When Sam, Mikaela, and Leo arrived at the shop pleading for Simmons' help, he refused, blaming Sam for the loss of his job, until Sam informed him on the symbols he was seeing in his head. That was when Simmons led the three to a bunker below the shop to reveal all of the files he kept following the shut-down of Sector Seven. Simmons revealed that those same symbols have been marked not only all around the world, but for the last millennium. He also showed several photographs of different vehicles that were most likely 'robots in disguise.' The captured Decepticon named Wheelie analyzed the photos at the insistence of Mikaela, and said these were Seekers, who were sent to Earth to look for some item unknown to him. Of the pictures of the Seekers, the closest to Simmons and the group was an old SR-71 Blackbird, located at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.

They went to the hangar to find it, after incapacitating a few guards and Simmons disguising himself as one, and used Sam's shard of the All Spark to reactivate it. Mikaela noticed the Decepticon symbol on it, and alerted the rest of the team, until the Blackbird revealed himself to be a grumpy, but non-hostile ex-Decepticon named Jetfire, who chose to switch sides years ago. Jetfire read the symbols Sam wrote down, and then teleported them to Egypt, where Jetfire revealed that the Matrix of Leadership is hidden within a tomb. Simmons, Sam, Mikaela, Leo and the Twins arrive at the nearest town (Narrowly avoiding the cops in the process), Simmons called in for Lennox to bring Optimus Prime's corpse to Egypt informing him that there is a chance to revive Optimus.

The group gets stopped at a checkpoint, but Simmons sweet talks his way out of it, claiming that Sam, Mikaela and Leo are his kids and that he's from New York. Luckily for him, the guard was a Yankee's fan. After spending the night in an abandoned building, and Sam discovered where the Tomb of the Primes is, Simmons went with them to find it and discovered the Matrix. However, when Sam picked it up, it turned into dust. While en route to meet up with Major Lennox, they are discovered and attacked by the Decepticon forces. Leo went into an emotional panic, annoying Simmons to the point of tasering him to shut him up. Simmons, in an effort to cover Sam and give him time to make it to Optimus, stayed. He, the Twins and Leo ended up facing Devastator. Simmons nearly got sucked into Devestator's turbine, but Leo saved him.

Devastator began digging it's way into the top of the Pyramid to uncover the Solar Harvester, until Simmons climbed the pyramid to set it up using a GPS device to get the coordinates once he was up there. He radioed for a rail gun strike from a nearby destroyer (Not before informing them of his location: right below Devastator's scrotum, of all places), which blasted Devastator to pieces, apparently killing him. Following the defeat of the Fallen and the destruction of the Solar Harvester, Simmons was praised by Major Lennox for his effort in saving the entire world.

Dark of the Moon film

Agent Simmons returns in Dark of the Moon with a new assistant, namely Dutch. During a highway chase with the Dreads, Simmons is thrown out of his car by a "larger" Ravage, falls out on the highway and ends up with a broken leg putting him in a wheelchair.


Transformers (film)

  • Capture of Bumblebee (Screen Battles, 2007)
    • Japanese ID number: SB-04
Movie ScreenBattles Sector7figures

Unposable weirdo.

This Screen Battles pack comes a redecoed Camaro Concept Deluxe class Bumblebee featuring a more accurate grey color scheme for his robot mode parts and a silver painted face and toes. The pack also comes with non-posable figurines of Sector Seven agent Reggie Simmons and two Sector Seven soldiers, one carrying a cryo-freezing cannon and one carrying a grenade launcher.
This set comes in a special window box featuring a diorama background of the scene where Bumblebee is captured by Sector Seven forces.


  • According to the director's commentary on the Transformers DVD, Turturro based his performance as Simmons on Michael Bay.
  • Agent Simmons is nearly single-handedly responsible for the destruction of Devastator.
  • He keeps Frenzy's head and his "borrowed" files from Sector Seven in a room with a couple giant open windows on a ground floor (note the garden plants outside). Possible others will think those are just junk papers.
  • He states that he doesn't live with his momma, his momma lives with him. He claims that there's a difference.
  • He wears a thong. Eww...
  • What he keeps in the bunker below the meat locker is top-secret. Tell his mother NOW!.
  • He detected high radioactive signatures coming from vehicles all over the country, and pleaded on his knees with S7 to investigate. He was OBSESSED. Him. Can you imagine him obsessed? We sure can.
  • There is some contradiction as to the identity of Seymor Simmons's father. According to the Ghost of Yesterday novel, it's Walter Simmons, who is still alive and well in the 60s. However, in the IDW Sector 7 comic, there is no Walter Simmons. Instead, Seymor's father's name is William. When a Soviet agent sabotages the power to the Arctic facility where N.B.E. 1 is being held, William's grandfather Joseph Simmons, who has been in charge of Sector 7 since its founding, orders a liquid nitrogen bomb to be dropped on the facility, knowing that his grandson and several other agents are inside, in order to keep the robot from thawing. Two of the agents, including William's pregnant wife Anne are rescued by Jetfire, but William himself stays behind to fight the traitor and dies when the liquid nitrogen bomb explodes. Joseph tells Anne to leave Sector 7 and keep her child from it at all costs. Anne opens a deli and has a boy, whom she names Seymour.
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