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November 22, 2016

Regina Y. Hicks, Writers

Regina has spent her career writing for television. Most recently she was a part of the writing staff of HBO's comedy Insecure and the NBC sitcom Marlon. Regina's writing credits include: Sister, Sister, Girlfriends, Sherri, Are We There Yet?, State of Georgia, Instant Mom and the recent 2015 TV remake Uncle Buck.

Regina has also co-scripted several Made-For-TV movies, including-- Jump In, Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2 for the Disney Channel. And most recently co-scripted the VH1 Television movie; Drumline 2 – A New Beat.

Regina won the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation Fine Arts Award in Savannah, Georgia in 2007.

Regina was nominated for an NAACP Image award for "Outstanding Writing in a Comedy" for Girlfriends and Instant Mom. And was also nominated for a "Humanitas Award" for Jump In.

Regina Hicks is a native of Savannah, Georgia. She attended the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, where she received a Bachelor's degree in TV Production and a Master of Fine Arts in Drama.

Regina has spent her career writing for television. Most recently she was a part of the writing staff of HBO's comedy Insecure and the NBC sitcom Marlon. Regina's writing credits include: Sister, Sister, Girlfriends, Sherri, Are We There Yet?, State of Georgia, Instant Mom and the recent 2015 TV remake Uncle Buck.

Regina has also co-scripted several Made-For-TV movies, including-- Jump In, Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2 for the Disney Channel. And most recently co-scripted the VH1 Television movie; Drumline 2 – A New Beat.

Regina won the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation Fine Arts Award in Savannah, Georgia in 2007.

Regina was nominated for an NAACP Image award for "Outstanding Writing in a Comedy" for Girlfriends and Instant Mom. And was also nominated for a "Humanitas Award" for Jump In.

Regina Hicks is a native of Savannah, Georgia. She attended the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, where she received a Bachelor's degree in TV Production and a Master of Fine Arts in Drama.

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