Regina King is an American author and producer. She has been the recipient of many awards, including an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, an Academy Award for Best Director, and a Golden Globe Award. Time magazine called her one of the 100 best people in the world in2019. King has also gained international fame as an actress with movies such as Pleasantville and Welcome Home Goodbye.
Regina King is probably best known from her time on the television show Boyz n the Hood (1990), as the sexy and beautiful blonde lesbian nurse. She appeared in three episodes, playing a lesbian partner to Willard, the show’s main character. However, it was revealed that she is a strong, talented woman who prefers to be by herself. It was later revealed that King does not consider herself aqueer, but rather, an ally to both gay men and women. She said on an American television network’s talk show that she considers herself a gay woman because of her attraction to the likes of both men and women. According to Entertainment Weekly, King stated “I love to be with girls. And I’ve had a lot of relationships, both gay and straight.”
Regis King grew up in Los Angeles, California, where she continued to pursue her acting career until she was well into her sixties. It was during the late sixties that King began to concentrate on playing both the wholesome women in local plays, as well as the more erotic maidens in films and TV shows. These roles earned her a steady motion picture reputation and led her to parts in some more memorable films such as The Heartbreak Kid. She went on to appear in the film’s Mary Magdalene, Romance, Bridesmaids, and Brides. After such a stupendous run in Hollywood, she felt that her acting career had come to a complete halt and wanted to pursue a role in education and counseling.
Her role in sitcoms allowed her to hone her skills as a teacher, having worked with a variety of students over the years. It was while working on a supporting role for sitcom King in the late eighties that her acting abilities started to blossom. She landed a part in one of the more experimental shows of that era called F.R.I.E.N.D.S. which was to be a spinoff of Law and Order.
Regis King would go on to star as the cynical, yet lovable character of April Catalina in the spinoff show Angel. She would also enjoy various supporting roles in movies including Bridesmaids and divorced mother in Pretty Woman. One of her more recent supporting roles was in the movie adaptation of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, wherein she again plays the role of a calculating and cold-headed character. In addition to her acting work, Queen Regis also served for several years as a judge in a Californian court. Her many honors also included honors such as an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and was later made a nominee for the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Like King, everyone from the Los Angeles area can thank Regina King for the role she played in providing something entertaining and educational for many people over the years. If you are interested in learning more about Regina King, her acting career, or her education, you can do so online via the Internet. A quick search will yield a number of websites that feature Queen Regis and other notable celebrities from the L.A. area. To contact Queen Regis, all you need to do is contact this website.