28/5000   If beale street could talk -- Regina king, best supporting actress, 91st Academy Awards

The 91st annual Academy Awards have quietly come to an end, with stars from all over the world gathering in Los Angeles to settle several awards. Regina King won best supporting actress for "If Beale Street Could Talk."

Regina King is a versatile actress who has long been recognized in Hollywood for her acting skills. She has starred in films such as "kingpin: down," "seven seconds," "the King of soul," and "legally blonde 2." Growing up in Los Angeles, King made his TV debut on the hit sitcom "227," starring in five successful seasons before moving on to the big screen. The turning point in her career came in 1997, when she starred in landmark films such as jerry maguire, when an old dog meets a young dog and public enemies of the state.

This year, she won the best supporting actress award at the 91st Academy Awards for her film if beale street could talk.

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