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REGINA HALL (Maya), with numerous film and television credits to her name, has emerged as one of Hollywood's most sought-after actresses.

She recently set a record when she became the first African-American woman to win a Best Actress Award from the New York Film Critics Circle, for her role in the acclaimed 2018 film "Support the Girls," written and directed by Andrew Bujalski. For her performance, Hall was also nominated for Best Female Lead by the Independent Spirit Awards and earned a Best Actress Award nomination from the Gotham Independent Film Awards. In addition, she won a Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress and was nominated in the same category by a number of film critics organizations, including the Chicago Film Critics Association, the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, the Seattle Film Critics Awards and the Toronto Film Critics Association.

Hall's latest projects include the Showtime series "Black Monday," opposite Don Cheadle. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are directing episodes, and are also executive producing, alongside series creators and showrunners David Caspe and Jordan Cahan. Hall is producing the series, which takes place in the late 1980s before the stock market crash. The series premiered in January 2019.

Hall also starred in and executive produced the recent feature film comedy "Little," alongside Will Packer and Kenya Barris. Issa Rae and Marsai Martin co-star with Hall in the film, which follows a woman who receives a second chance to relive a younger version of herself when the hardships of adulthood become too difficult.

Last year, Hall starred in the dramatic feature "The Hate U Give," with Amandla Stenberg, Russell Hornsby, Issa Rae, K.J. Apa and Common. Based on the novel by Angie Thomas, the timely drama about a teenage girl who witnesses a white police officer shooting her best friend premiered at the prestigious Toronto Film Festival and was praised by critics and audiences alike.

In 2017, Hall was seen in the hit comedy "Girls Trip," alongside Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah and Tiffany Haddish. Directed by Malcom D. Lee, the film went on to become one of the most talked about films of the summer.

Hall's earlier films include "When the Bough Breaks," with Morris Chestnut; "Barbershop: The Next Cut," with Ice Cube, Common and Nicki Minaj; "The Best Man Holiday," the sequel to the hilarious "The Best Man"; "Think Like a Man" and its sequel, "Think Like a Man Too"; "About Last Night," opposite Kevin Hart; "Law Abiding Citizen"; and "Scary Movie" as well as its three sequels. Additionally, Hall had supporting roles in "Love & Basketball" and "Disappearing Acts."

On television, Hall also appeared in guest roles on FOX's "Grandfathered," HBO's "Insecure," and ABC's "black-ish," created by Kenya Barris. In 2015, she starred in the Lifetime film "With This Ring." Other past television roles include a guest starring role on the FX series "Married" as well as the roles of Deputy D.A. Evelyn Prince on "Law & Order: LA," and Coretta Lipp on "Ally McBeal."

A native of Washington, D.C., Hall began her acting career in the late 1990's while simultaneously earning a master's degree from New York University.

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