Regina Hall is a popular and highly sought after American film and television actress. There are many successful roles in her filmography. Popularity for Regina was brought by such films as "Scary Movie", "Best Man", "Think Like a Man".
Regina Hall was born in 1970. Date of her birth: December 12. Her parents were in no way associated with creativity and art. The girl's father worked as an electrician, and her mother was a teacher by profession, taught at school. Regina's hometown is Washington DC, USA.
Regina Hall biography facts
In childhood, Regina did not dream of an acting career, although she was always interested in creativity. As a child, she was fond of reading and composed her own small works. At one time she seriously thought about becoming a famous writer. Basically, the girl wrote stories in a humorous genre.
Regina's childhood and teenage years were not easy. She was a very emotional child, taking various negative events to heart. Therefore, as a teenager, she faced serious depression. At that time, she even began to think about leaving the big city, going to a monastery. However, it was the writing activity, which at that time Regina had not yet abandoned, that in many ways helped the girl to get out of a difficult condition. In addition, Regina became interested in meditation, which gradually normalized her condition.
Regina Hall received her basic education in a regular school, and then entered the university, choosing for herself the faculty of journalism. Her path on television began just in her student years. Regina starred in various commercials, but at that time she was not yet serious about the prospect of becoming a famous actress.
When Regina graduated from high school, she worked as a waitress for a while and also worked as a dental assistant. When her father died suddenly, Regina managed to overcome another bout of depression and then decided to pursue an acting career.
At the age of 22, she made her debut in a television series called Endless Love. She got a small and minor role, her character did not even have a name. This was followed by a short break in her acting career. Regina returned to the screens in 1997 when an episode of Undercover Cops aired, in which Hall played a character named Tammy. And in 1999 the premiere of the comedy drama "The Best Man" took place, the role in which made Regina a sought-after and famous actress. From that moment on, her creative path began to develop actively.
The filmography of Regina Hall is very rich. To date, she has starred in more than fifty different projects. In addition, the artist tried herself twice as a producer. She worked on the film "Small", playing one of the main roles in the film. The picture is due out in 2019. And also as a producer, Hall is involved in the new TV project "Black Monday".
After the release of The Best Man, Regina Hall starred in Love and Basketball and also starred in one episode of the NYPD TV series. A new wave of success swept the talented actress when she appeared in Scary Movie, which was released in 2000. Later, Regina starred in three more films, which were a continuation of this project.
In subsequent years, the artist's filmography was replenished with roles in such films and TV shows as "Disappearing", "Ellie McBeal", "Wanted in Malibu", "Redeem King", "Danica", "Eldest Son", "First Sunday", "Superhero cinema”,“Death at a funeral”.
From 2010 to 2011, Regina worked on the television series Law & Order: Los Angeles, starring in seven episodes. She then appeared in the films Think Like a Man and The Hangover in New Orleans, which solidified her popularity and fame. In 2014, the second part of the movie "Think Like a Man" was released, in which Hall returned to her role.
The last to date full-length works of the actress are the films "The Hate You Generate" (2018) and "Shaft" (2019).
Personal life, family and relationships
Regina Hall actively maintains pages on social networks, where you can see how the artist lives, and also communicate with her. However, Hall tries not to talk about his romantic relationship. Rumors about the artist's novels repeatedly appeared in the press, but Regina herself did not confirm any such information. It is known that so far she has no husband, as well as no children.