Regina HallActress (1970)
Regina Hall is an American performing artist who is best known for her comedic jobs in the 'Scary Movie' franchise, 'Take on a similar mindset as a Man' and 'Young ladies Trip.'
Who Is Regina Hall?Born in 1970, Regina Hall is an American performer who's best known for her comedic characters in TV and film. She got her huge break in 1999's The Best Man and established a significantly progressively paramount connection featuring in the prevalent repulsiveness parody Scary Movie (2000) as character Brenda Meeks, which she repeated for Scary Movie 2, 3 and 4. She likewise earned a repetitive to-fundamental job on Ally McBeal and later showed up in movies, for example, Think Like a Man (2012), About Last Night (2014), Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016) and the late spring film industry raving success Girls Trip (2017).
Regina Hall Net WorthRegina Hall has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Regina Hall Movies
'The Best Man'
Regina Hall started her acting career in 1997, going up against little jobs in TV before finding her first film as the stripper Candace "Treat" Sparks in The Best Man (1999). In spite of her part being little, it left an impression and immediately opened the ways to more open doors for the maturing performer, for example, the sentimental show Love and Basketball (2000) and the Wayans Brothers' business hit Scary Movie (2000), the last in which she played the licentious Brenda Meeks, inverse her innocent BFF Cindy Campbell (played by Anna Faris).
'Scary Movie' Franchise
Scary Movie was so fruitful it turned into an establishment with the arrival of Scary Movie 2 (2001), Scary Movie 3 (2003) and Scary Movie 4 (2006), all of which Regina Hall featured in as a component of a gathering cast.
"I constantly adored playing Brenda the most, in Scary Movie, since I cherish Anna Faris so much," she admitted to Cinema Blend. "I simply love Cindy and Brenda. I believe they're the most exceedingly terrible companions ever. We never pick them to be companions, yet they're companions, yet you really trust that they're companions, yet you don't know why."
In 2002 Regina Hall attempted her turn in a progressively emotional job with the activity dramatization Paid in Full yet immediately bounced once more into her wheelhouse with a series of comedies — Malibu's Most Wanted (2003), King's Ransom (2005) and an all-dark cast film variant of The Honeymooners (2005). In 2009 she featured in the wrongdoing spine chiller Law Abiding Citizen, inverse Jamie Foxx, and Gerard Butler, and additionally in the parody Death at a Funeral (2010) with Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence.
'Think Like a Man,' 'About Last Night,' 'Barbershop: The Next Cut'
In 2012 she featured in Steve Harvey's romantic comedy Think Like a Man and its spin-off Think Like a Man Too (2014) and repeated her first film job as Candace Sparks in the spin-off The Best Man Holiday (2013) — 14 years after the main film.
Adding considerably progressively lighthearted comedy to her resume, Regina Hall joined forces up with Kevin Hart in the gathering About Last Night in 2014, which earned her rave surveys for her comedic science with Hart. She likewise featured as the principle love the enthusiasm for People Places Things (2015), as a desolate spouse in the thrill ride When the Bough Breaks (2016), and as the beautician Angie in Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016), inverse Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer.
Yet, it wasn't until 2017 that she accomplished one of her greatest business hits with Girls Trip, a tale around four best lady friends (otherwise known as "The Flossy Posse") who intend to take a loosening up outing to New Orleans to reconnect and go to the Essence Music Festival, just to end up engaged with a couple of insane fiascos. Regina Hall plays a way of life master who's considered the "following Oprah." The film's elite player cast likewise incorporates Queen Latifah, Tiffany Haddish and Jada Pinkett Smith.
At the point when approached how fundamental it is for ladies to have a tight center of companions simply like in her film Girls Trip, Regina Hall disclosed to The Guardian: "It's beginning and end. Outside of family, it's the consistency. You can be defenseless and legit and particularly when you're not hitched – and regardless of whether you are – the emotionally supportive network of your companions to talk you down or up is indispensable. You require that on an individual and expert dimension. I don't have a million companions who act, yet I get so energized for every one of them."
In 2017 Regina Hall additionally featured in the Netflix romantic comedy Naked, which co-stars Marlon Wayans. The film is a reboot of the Swedish flick Naken (2000).
Regina Hall TV Shows
Among her greatest jobs on the little screen, Regina Hall played Coretta Lipp (2001-2002) on the hit dramatization Ally McBeal, first as a common job and later as a feature of the fundamental cast beginning with Season 5.
From 2010 to 2011, Regina Hall additionally dealt with Law and Order: L.A. as Deputy District Attorney Evelyn Price and later showed up in Lifetime's TV-Movie With This Ring (2015), ABC's Black-ish (2016-2017) and HBO's Insecure (2017).
Regina Hall Early Life
Born on December 12, 1970, in Washington, D.C., Regina Hall was raised by guardians Odie, a circuit repairman, and Ruby, an instructor.
After secondary school, Regina Hall went on to Fordham University and graduated in 1992 with a degree in English. In 1997 she completed her investigations with a graduate degree in news coverage at New York University.
A self-conceded admirer of instruction, Regina Hall conceded that she would've turned into "an expert understudy" for whatever remains of her life in the event that it was conceivable. Be that as it may, after the demise of her dad, who kicked the bucket from a sudden stroke in 1994, Regina Hall reconsidered what she needed throughout everyday life.
"[His death] pushed me into extremely getting a handle on the quickness of life. And afterward that drove me into [thinking]: what might I truly want to do?" she admitted to Bossip. "What's more, you know, news-casting dependably was exceptionally intriguing to me... In any case, I had such a large number of more profound inquiries, having lost a parent so youthful. It was after that that I concluded that I would seek after acting."