Regina Taylor – Biography of Regina Taylor

Regina taylor was born in 1960 in Dallas, Texas, United States.

He did his first studies at a school in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and later, in 1977 he graduated from the LG Pinkston High School from Dallas.

His first professional acting roles came while studying at the Southern Methodist University: one in 1980 in the telefilm “Nurses“, And the other in 1981 in the also TV movie”Crisis at Central High”.

He had other performances in what followed the 1980s, but it was not until 1989 that he captured the public’s attention for his role as Mrs. Carter, a drug addicted mother in the movie “School of rebels”, In which he worked together with Morgan freeman.

Between 1991 and 1994 he gained recognition by playing Lily harper in the series “I’ll Fly Away”, A role for which he won a Golden globe and a NAACP Image Award. Since then, she has been seen in numerous roles in films such as “Losing Isaiah“, with Jessica lange Y Halle berry, “Clockers: camels“, from the director Spike lee, “A family thing: a family affair“, starring Robert Duvall Y James earl jones, Y “Deal maker“, with Samuel L. Jackson Y Kevin Spacey among others, in addition to participation in telefilms such as “Hostile waters“,”Strange Justice“,”Cora Unashamed” Y “In from the Night”.

On television, her credits include guest roles on the series “Law“,”Feds“,”The Education of Max Bickford” Y “Grey’s Anatomy”, And a recurring role such as Molly blane in the drama of CBS The Unit”, In which he has participated since 2006.

Taylor She has also had an excellent performance in theater: she was the first woman of color to play Juliet in the classic “Romeo and Juliet“Of Broadway, and also participated in productions such as”Macbeth” Y “As You Like It”.

She was also seen in off-Broadway plays like “Machinal“,”The Illusion“,”A Map of the World” Y “The Tempest”, For which he was made with a Dramalogue Award.

Taylor is a distinguished artist of the Goodman Theater Association from Chicago. Among his many works, he has collaborated and participated in the work “Millenium Mambo“, wrote “A Night in Tunisia”, Which was awarded at the Shakespeare Festival Alabama from 2000, wrote and directed the acclaimed play “Crowns“And the drama”The Dreams of Sarah Breedlove“, among other.