Actress Regina Hall was spotted out taking a stroll in New York City. She was wearing sunglasses, but she was NOT wearing makeup.

And she looked GREAT.

Regina was seen taking a call after checking out of The Mark Hotel in NYC. The 'Little' actress looked stylish in her black ruffled blouse and slim-fitting jeans.

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Regina is an actress and comedian. She is best known for her lead role as Brenda Meeks in the Scary Movie film series (2000–2006).

Her other significant films include The Best Man (1999) and its sequel The Best Man Holiday (2013), Love & Basketball (2000), Malibu's Most Wanted (2003), Think Like a Man (2012) and its sequel Think Like a Man Too (2014), About Last Night (2014), Vacation (2015), Girls Trip (2017), and The Hate U Give (2018). 

She's also in the hit movie Little, which is in theaters now.

She received critical acclaim for starring as Lisa Conroy in the comedy film Support the Girls (2018), becoming the first African American to win the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, and received nominations for the Gotham Award and Independent Spirit Award for Best Actress.

Regina Hall recently sat down with theGrio to share how filmmakers seized the opportunity to hire as many Black women as they could, celebrating their talents, brilliance and creativity.

“We had Tina (Gordon) directing, our wardrobe and our script supervisor [were all African American ladies],” gushed Hall. “A lot of women came in and added value to the film. That’s kind of insight you can’t get exclusively from a male point of view.”

The D.C native, who has worked with Will Packer Production twice before, further explains why its vital to have Black designers, hair and makeup artists in the room.

“That kind of female perspective is important,” said Hall. “The value we add is incredible…it broadens…you can have the same conversation but when you add the perspective of a woman it expands what’s already there. The idea of creativity is to broaden what we have and be more inclusive. People forget but long ago there were matriarchal societies that ran incredibly well. I think now we’re getting into a place of balance.”