Regina Hall Biography
Regina Hall is an American film and television actress and comedian. She was born on December 12, 1970 in Washington, D.C., to Odie Hall and Ruby.
After high school, Hall enrolled at Fordham University in the Bronx, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English in 1992. She later enrolled at New York University, where she earned a Master’s degree in journalism in 1997.
She began a career in the entertainment industry, starting off with a guest appearance on Sadat X’s 1996 album Wild Cowboys on the track, “The Interview”. Hall appeared in her first television commercial in 1997 at the age of 26. Her television career initially began with a role on the soap opera Loving, and guest appearances on the Fox police drama New York Undercover. She had a small part in the 1999 film The Best Man. Her second film was Love and Basketball. As a key member of the all-star cast, she welcomed rising-star status in “black-Hollywood”.
Hall gained more recognition with her role in the comedy-horror-spoof Scary Movie (and the sequels Scary Movie 2, Scary Movie 3, and Scary Movie 4) portraying the obnoxious, sex-crazed Brenda Meeks, and the TV movie Disappearing Acts.
In 2001, Hall landed the role of Coretta Lipp on the prime-time drama Ally McBeal. A year later, she starred in the action-drama Paid in Full, a film directed by Charles Stone III. Since then, she has appeared in leading roles in films such as Malibu’s Most Wanted, King’s Ransom and The Honeymooners. She appeared in the film Law Abiding Citizen in 2009. She had a role in the 2010 Danneel Harris and Arielle Kebbel film Mardi Gras. From its fall 2010 debut until a series overhaul in January 2011, Regina Hall portrayed Deputy District Attorney Evelyn Price on Law & Order: LA.
In 2012, she portrayed Candace Hall in Steve Harvey’s movie Think Like a Man, a romantic comedy based on his book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. Hall reprised her role as Candace Sparks in The Best Man Holiday in 2013. Hall appeared in the 2014 film About Last Night, costarring Kevin Hart. Hall reprised her role as Candace Hall in Think Like a Man Too. In the 2015 film People Place Things, Hall had a major role as the love interest of a newly divorced man. In 2016, Hall was in Barbershop: The Next Cut. In 2017, Hall co-starred in the comedy film Girls Trip.
Regina Hall Age
She was born on December 12, 1970.
Regina Hall Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Regina Hall Boyfriend
Hall has been in relationships with Sanaa Lathan and Damon Wayans. After a bad break-up at age 40, she unsuccessfully tried to become a nun.
Regina Hall Husband – Regina Hall Married
Hall is not married.
Regina Hall Kids
Hall has no kids.
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Regina Hall Movies
- The Best Man (1999)
- Love & Basketball (2000)
- Disappearing Acts (2000)
- Scary Movie (2000)
- Scary Movie 2 (2001)
- The Other Brother (2002)
- Paid in Full (2002)
- Malibu’s Most Wanted (2003)
- Scary Movie 3 (2003)
- Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004)
- King’s Ransom (2005)
- The Honeymooners (2005)
- Six Months Later (2005)
- Scary Movie 4 (2006)
- Danika (2006)
- The Elder Son (2006)
- Last Holiday (2006)
- First Sunday (2008)
- Superhero Movie (2008)
- Law Abiding Citizen (2009)
- Death at a Funeral (2010)
- Mardi Gras: Spring Break (2011)
- Think Like a Man (2012)
- The Best Man Holiday (2013)
- About Last Night (2014)
- Think Like a Man Too (2014)
- With This Ring (2015)
- People Places Things (2015)
- Vacation (2015)
- Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016)
- When the Bough Breaks (2016)
- Girls Trip (2017)
- Naked (2017)
- The Hate U Give (2018)
Regina Hall News
Common Shoots Down Regina Hall Romance Rumors: She’s “Just My Buddy”
Updated: Nov. 2, 2016 8:56
Common is clearing up any confusion—he and Regina Hall are just buddies.
The Oscar-winning rapper has been romantically linked to his Barbershop: The Next Cut co-star in recent reports, some claiming they’ve been secretly dating for nearly a year. However, he shot down the rumors loud and clear during a sit-down with The Breakfast Club on Wednesday, including false allegations that he wrote his track “Lovestar” about her.
“That’s just my people—that’s just my buddy,” he said during the radio interview. “We never were in that space—you know, that’s just like somebody I care about as a friend. We worked together and right now I’m just single, so.”
After the co-hosts teased him about the swirling gossip and blog fodder, Common doubled down on his stance. “It was just like you know point blank just friends,” he said. “She’s funny, super cool, beautiful.”
However, the co-hosts taunted him further when they mentioned that Hall said she “had a man” when she was on the show.
“I don’t know,” Common responded. “She probably does, but that’s my buddy. I’m single, so you know.”
While according to the star, they were never involved in that way, Common keeps the peace with his exes. “We still cool,” he said during the interview. “It’s all love.”
As a recent example, when his former flame Serena Williams appeared in Beyoncé’s music video for “Sorry,” he paid her a compliment.
“I tell her she look good, like ‘Yo, you snapped in that!'”