Regina Hall Biography
Regina Hall (full name – Regina Lee Hall) is an American Actress who is best known for appearing in “Scary Movie” (comedy horror series). She is also known for appearing in other films like “Law & Order,” “Black Monday,” “The Best Man,” “About Last Night,” “The Best Man Holiday,” “Little,” “Girls Trip,” “Vacation,” and “The Hate U Give.”
Hall earned critical acclaim for “Support the Girls” (2018) (comedy film). She also became the 1st African-American to earn the N.Y. Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress. In November 2010, she made announcements that she would start work as a writer for ABILITY Magazine. Hall became the ambassador for Elizabeth Taylor’s White Diamonds in the year 2014. During her leisure, she likes to volunteer for senior citizens’ care at a Sherman Oaks, CA, convalescent home (actually she does it twice a week).
Hall made her 1st debut TV appearance in the year 1977 when she was 26 years old. She started her TV career with a role on “Loving” (soap opera) and a guest appearance on “New York Undercover” (a Fox police drama). She became more noticed with her role in “Scary Movie” (comedy-horror-spoof), as well as “Disappearing Acts” (television film). He began a recurring role (Coretta Lipp) at “Ally McBeal” (prime-time drama). There she recurred for 7 episodes and starred as the main character in season 5. After that, she appeared in Paid in Full (action-drama). From there, she now began appearing in films such as The Honeymooners, King’s Ransom, and Malibu’s Most Wanted. On March 27, 2022, Hall served as a co-host of the 94th Academy Awards with Wanda Sykes and Amy Schumer.
Regina Hall Education
Hall graduated from Immaculata College High School and then attended Fordham University in the Bronx. She graduated from the university in the year 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in English. Then she joined New York University where she obtained a master’s degree in journalism in the year 1977.
Regina Hall Age
Hall is 52 years old as of 2022. She was born on December 12, 1970, in Washington, D.C., United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 12th of December every year.
Regina Hall Height
Hall stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.63 m).
Regina Hall Family
Hall was born to her late parents Ruby Hall (mother) and Odie Hall (late father). There is no information regarding whether Hall has any siblings or not.
Regina Hall Father
Hall’s dad Odie Hall was a contractor and electrician. He passed away due to a stroke. His death made Hall’s 1st semester of graduate school change drastically — she had always wanted to pursue an envisioned career in journalism or writing. Hall says that her dad’s death was a sudden one and it hurt her so much that she thought of quitting school, but she just finished because her dad would have wanted her to complete her studies.
Regina Hall Mother
Hall’s mom Ruby Hall is a teacher. Around 2004, she was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease, scleroderma. She eventually passed on in the year 2021 due to heart complications. Hall raises public awareness for scleroderma disease when she is not at work.
Regina Hall Husband / Dating
Hall is single at the moment. In the year 2015, during the “Law Abiding Citizen and Law & Order: LA” filming, she revealed that she experienced a big breakup back when she was 14 years old. However, she did not mention the name of the guy.
Rumors have it that Sadat X of Brand Nubian claimed in the year 2017 that he dated Hall in the 1990s and that they lived under the same roof for 7 years. She kickstarted her entertainment career on Sadat X’s 1996 album Wild Cowboys on the track, “The Interview”, where she appeared as a guest. Rumors also say that Hall has dated Damon Wayans (comedian) – as his bro Marlon once stated that Damon and Hall had kissed in their Netflix comedy film “Naked”. Also, other rumors say that Hall has dated Sanaa Lathan (her close friend) and lived under the same roof after working on 2000’s Love & Basketball.
Regina Hall Children
Hall has no children at the moment.
Regina Hall Net Worth
Hall has an annual estimated net worth of $6 Million.
Regina Hall Awards and Honors
Hall has won many honors and awards all throughout her career. She was nominated for 2 NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series in the years 2021 and 2022 for “Black Monday.” Also, in 2020, he was nominated for NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series and Black Reel Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress, Comedy Series for the series “Black Monday.”
She was awarded San Diego International Film Festival – Cinema Vanguard Award in 2022 for “Life’s Work.” Also, in the same year, she was awarded Napa Valley Film Festival – Maverick Award for her role in “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul,” and won NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a TV Movie, Limited Series for “Nine Perfect Strangers.” Hall won Newport Beach Film Festival – Spotlight Award in the year 2021 for “Nine Perfect Strangers.” These are ‘just’ some of the honors/awards that Hall holds – she holds multiple honors.
Regina Hall Nun
During the “Law Abiding Citizen and Law & Order: LA” filming, Hall revealed about her ex-boyfriend who heartbroken her many years back then (when she was 14 years old). She stated that the heartache made her think about giving up acting to become a nun. In the year 2010, she unsuccessfully tried becoming a Catholic nun.
Regina Hall Will Smith / Oscars
Hall was the co-host of the Oscars in August 2022, and she weighed in on Will Smith’s (famous actor) public apology to Chris Rock (famous comedian), saying, “I know that was not easy”. Will Smit had walked onto the stage and slapped Chris Rock after he made a joke about Jada Pinkett’s (Will Smith’s wife) shaved head.
Regina Hall Movies
Hall has starred in more than 25 films. Some of the movies that she has appeared in include;
- Me Time (2022) – portrayed Maya
- Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul (2022) – portrayed Trinitie Childs
- Master (2022) – portrayed Gail Bishop
- Breaking News in Yuba County (2021) – portrayed Ramirez
- The Best Man (1999) – portrayed Candace “Candy” Sparks
- Love & Basketball (2000) – portrayed Lena Wright
- Scary Movie 1, 2, 3, & 4 (2000, 2001, 2003, & 2006, respectively) – portrayed Brenda Meeks
- King’s Ransom (2005) – portrayed Peaches Clarke
- Death at a Funeral (2010) – portrayed Michelle Barnes
- Girls Trip (2017) – portrayed Ryan Pierce
- Naked (2017) – portrayed Megan Swope
- Little (2019) – portrayed Jordan Sanders
Regina Hall TV Films
Hall has starred in many television movies. Some of them include;
- The Best Man: The Final Chapters (2022) – portrayed Candace “Candy” Sparks
- Black Monday (2019–2021) – portrayed Dawn Darcy
- 94th Academy Awards (2022) – co-host
- Nine Perfect Strangers (2021) – portrayed Carmel Schneider
- Black-ish (2016–2017) – portrayed Vivian
- Married (2014) – portrayed Roxanne
- Law & Order: Los Angeles (2010–2011) – portrayed Deputy D.A. Evelyn Price
- Disappearing Acts (2000) – portrayed Portia
- Real Husbands of Hollywood (2014–2015) – Herself
- Uncle Buck (2016) – portrayed Jackie King
- Lip Sync Battle (2016) – Herself