Regina Hall began her acting career in the late 1990s while simultaneously earning a master’s degree from New York University. With numerous film and television credits to her name, Hall has emerged as one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actresses. Hall was most recently nominated for an NAACP Award for her role as Dawn Towner in the hit Showtime comedy series “Black Monday,” opposite Don Cheadle, with season 3 premiering May 23rd. Hall was recently seen in Tate Taylor’s upcoming thriller “Breaking News in Yuba County,” and will star and executive produce the upcoming occult drama “Master,” with Amazon Studios and Hulu’s highly anticipated “Nine Perfect Strangers” opposite Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy slated for August 2021. Hall recently launched her production company Rh Negative and signed a six movie slate deal with ViacomCBS’ Entertainment & Youth Group.

In 2019, Hall not only starred in the hit comedy “Little” alongside Issa Rae and Marsai Martin, she also executive produced the film partnering with “Girls Trip” producer Will Packer and “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris. Hall can also be seen in the critically acclaimed film “The Hate U Give,” which premiered at the prestigious Toronto Film Festival in 2018. In addition, Hall also starred in “Support the Girls,” released in August 2018, and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for her work in the film. In 2017, Hall starred in the fan favorite “Girls Trip” alongside Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah and Tiffany Haddish. The film was a global hit bringing in more than $140 million worldwide and was one of the year’s biggest and most talked-about films.

Other past films include: “Shaft” opposite Samuel L. Jackson, “When the Bough Breaks,” “Barbershop 3,” “The Best Man Holiday,” “Think Like A Man Too,” “About Last Night,” “Law Abiding Citizen” “Paid in Full” and “Scary Movie,” as well as its three sequels. Hall also had supporting roles in “Love & Basketball” and “Disappearing Acts.” On television, she appeared in guest roles on “Grandfathered,” “Insecure” and “Black-ish.” Other credits include “With This Ring,” “Married,” “Law & Order: LA” and “Ally McBeal.”

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