Regina King A Los Angeles, California, native and an utter sensual delight, has a habit of keeping her eye on the prize. This driven star has refused to look back since achieving her first onscreen success as Brenda Jenkins on the 1985 television series 227.
After giving emotionally wrenching and erotically charged performances as Sahlika in Boyz N the Hood (1991) and Iesha in Poetic Justice (1993), Regina became a face and figure of note in big-budget extravaganzas ranging from A Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1996) to Mighty Joe Young (1998) and Daddy Day Care (2003). Love and Action in Chicago (1999) gives us some idea of how not to maneuver Regina into bed.
Playing couch polo with a shirtless man, King allowed her blouse to be unbuttoned, but the dude, perhaps overeager at the sight of Regina’s brilliant white bra, blew it. Regina buttoned up again. In Ray (2004), a film about the late singer Ray Charles, Regina strips down to a white lace bra, and she gives us plenty to watch on the comic book series Watchmen (2019), letting us peek at her cleavage when she appears in yet another lace number — this time in pink.
Regina King is the queen of awards! She has been the recipient of an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and four acting Primetime Emmy Awards, the most for an African-American performer. In 2019, Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Her body certainly influences us!