Regina King Biography
Regina King is a director and actress from the United States. She has received numerous honors, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and four Primetime Emmy Awards, the most ever for an African-American performer. In 2019, Time magazine named her one of the world’s 100 most influential people.
How old is Regina King? – Age
She is 50 years old as of 15 January 2021. She was born in 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. His real name is Regina Rene King.
Regina King Family
She is the daughter of Gloria (Cain), a special education teacher, and Thomas King, an electrician. In 1979, King’s parents divorced. Reina King, King’s younger sister, was a former actress who appeared on What’s Happening Now.
Who is Regina King’s Husband? – Marriage
From 1997 to 2007, King was married to Ian Alexander. They have a child.
Regina King Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $12 Million.
Regina King Watchmen
She appeared as Angela Abar / Sister Night, a Tulsa Police detective who wears a nun’s habit and a balaclava in the American superhero drama limited series Watchmen.
The events of the comic book series are set 34 years later in the series. Vigilantes, once regarded as heroes, were outlawed in the comic’s alternate history of the twentieth century due to their violent methods. The show is set in 2019 Tulsa, Oklahoma, where a white supremacist group known as the Seventh Kavalry, inspired by Rorschach’s writings and masked image, wages a violent war on minorities and police.
Regina King Seven Seconds
She appeared as Latrice Butler in the American crime drama streaming television series Seven Seconds.
A white police officer, Peter Jablonski, accidentally hits and critically injures Brenton Butler, a Black teenager from Jersey City, with his car. Jablonski summons his police colleagues to the scene. They assume Brenton is dead and stage a cover-up. In the face of injustice and the absence of a prompt resolution to the case, racial tensions erupt.
Regina King The Leftovers
She appeared as Erika Murphy, a doctor who runs an urgent-care facility in the American supernatural mystery drama television series The Leftovers. The Murphys are the Garveys’ neighbors in Jarden.
The Leftovers is a drama about a town after a “sudden departure” of 2% of the world’s population. As mainstream religions declined, a number of cults emerged, the most notable of which was the Guilty Remnant. The first season follows the Garvey family as they struggle to cope with their traumas and adjust to life after the Departure. The setting shifts from Mapleton to the fictitious town of Jarden in the second season. The families Garvey and Murphy are forced to confront their inner demons. Three years later, in 2018, the final season begins 14 days before the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure.
Regina King American Crime
She appeared as Aliyah Shadeed, Carter Nix’s sister and a convert to Islam in the American anthology crime drama television series American Crime.
The first season is set in Modesto, California, where a war veteran is the victim of a botched home invasion, and the lives of four people are forever changed after they are linked to the crime. The second season is set in Indianapolis, Indiana, and involves the co-captains of a private school’s basketball team being accused of sexually assaulting a male classmate and then posting photos of the incident online. The third season is set in Alamance County, North Carolina, and follows five people as they struggle to survive in a place where the American Dream comes at a cost.
Regina King Movies
♦ 2021 – Flag Day
♦ 2021 – The Harder They Fall
♦ 2018 – If Beale Street Could Talk
♦ 2014 – Planes: Fire & Rescue
♦ 2013 – Let the Church Say Amen
♦ 2010 – Our Family Wedding
♦ 2007 – Year of the Dog
♦ 2007 – This Christmas
♦ 2006 – The Ant Bully
♦ 2005 – Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
♦ 2004 – A Cinderella Story
Regina King TV Shows
♦ 2021 – Saturday Night Live
♦ 2019 – Watchmen
♦ 2018 – Seven Seconds
♦ 2015, 2017 – The Leftovers
♦ 2015–2017 – American Crime
♦ 2015–2017 – American Crime
♦ 2014 – The Strain
♦ 2014 – Shameless
♦ 2014 – The Gabby Douglas Story
♦ 2013–2019 – The Big Bang Theory