Top 25 Regina Rene King Quotes That Will Inspire You To Succeed

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Regina Rene King is an American director and actress. She first gained attention for her role in the NBC series’s “227” in 1985.
She has starred in several top movies and has won several awards for her excellent performance.
Regina was married to Ian Alexander for nine years before the marriage failed and they had to share custody of their son.
Here are some of her inspiring quotes.

Inspiring Regina King Quotes.

“My biggest challenge will be to play the totally submissive woman. It takes a toll on you when you play someone who’s far removed from your personality.” — Regina King

“I’m just really thankful to have the chance to portray a character you don’t see every day.” — Regina King

“I stay in tune with my family and God.” — Regina King

“I want to live a full life – period.” — Regina King

“You don’t know what unconditional love is. You may say you do, but if you don’t have a child, you don’t know what that is. But when you experience it, it is the most fulfilling ever.” — Regina King

“I’ve tried to be flexible in my career by doing a little bit of everything and that’s worked for me.” — Regina King

“Especially in this industry, women challenge men much more now because we’re saying, ‘We can do it, too.'” — Regina King

“When you see all the suits in the room, everybody in the room has on suits, you know, the women, too. We’re not wearing dresses and chiffon and we’re not as fun as we used to be.” — Regina King

“It’s incredibly hard out there for women of color.”

— Regina King

“If your woman is asleep every time you get home, she’s just really tired. Of you.” — Regina King

“You always make a film with the hope that all types of people will want to see your work and that it doesn’t matter about your color, but unfortunately it still does.” — Regina King

“I feel like I was lucky to have a mother that allowed me to dream.” — Regina King

“A Modern Mom to me is not always someone that juggles a career and family. A Modern Mom is a woman who takes care of herself on the inside and the outside.” — Regina King

“I learned a lot from my Mom. My favorite lesson: remember there is no such thing as a certain way to parent and to remember that you are learning along with your child – it’s ok to make mistakes.” — Regina King

“My mother was a single mom, and most of the women I know are strong.” — Regina King

“There’s a difference between actresses of color and actresses not of color. If you look at how big my movies are.”

— Regina King

“I know in my own marriage I stayed in it to provide my son with what I thought was a stable background and to give him what I thought was the family life a child should have with two parents. But that isn’t always the best way, and it took me taking my son to therapy after the divorce to really see it.” — Regina King

“We know that’s the bottom line: if money is made, the powers that be pay attention.” — Regina King

“Acting was a hobby for me when I started out, or maybe it was because there weren’t a lot of examples of me when I found an interest in this art form.” — Regina King

“I create my own backstory regardless of if I’m told something about the background or not. There’s always more that you can develop in your head that makes a character more layered, more honest.” — Regina King

“I’m one of those people where, if I go back and look at it, I’m going to feel like, ‘I wish I would haveā€¦ ‘ I need to just leave it on the floor. What’s done is done.” — Regina King

“I think women supporting women is priceless.” — Regina King

“A lot of black women still carry a lot of pain when they see black men with women who aren’t black, and that’s really unfortunate that that could make us so upset. It has to do with self esteem.” — Regina King

“I would definitely welcome lighter material, but I like to be where the truth lies.”

— Regina King

“It’s kind of crazy to think that I’ve now been divorced longer than I was married, but I appreciate the journey, because it brought my ex and I back to a friendship that helped us become great co-parents.” — Regina King

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