Regina Romain is a network television producer, director, scriptwriter, author and entrepreneur. In the role of writer and producer, Regina’s worlds collide when characters are easily transformed from fiction to real world. If you didn’t think reality TV was real…then you never met Regina.
Suspense Thriller Author
Having made thriller and suspense a work of art, Regina transforms her characters from fiction to a real world masterpiece of terror and is continuously fascinated by their way of thinking and haunting personal histories. She builds dramatic based stories within a skillfully suspenseful scheme of plot twists focused primarily on the dark underpinnings of American middle class life – innocent people caught up in circumstances beyond their control or understanding. Thought to be a uniquely skilled modern day Alfred Hitchcock.
Regina has already garnered a legacy of history making accomplishments as a producer of Twentieth Television’s three-time Emmy® Award Winning court TV series Cristina’s Court, the first court show to win a Daytime Emmy, and creator of the first local cable program, The Thomas Webb Variety Hour Minus 30, to increase viewer subscriptions to Time Warner and transition from cable to DVD. Regina also developed the first religious programs on Houston’s PAX-TV and founded the nation’s first Comedy Entertainment Magazine (UBTRIPPIN'); highlighting artists such as Jamie Foxx, Margaret Cho, Steve Harvey, and Arsenio Hall. As one of the first comedians featured, Steve Harvey honored the magazine with his live comedy concert, Still Trippin'. Suggestions have been made to include the magazine in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.
In addition, Regina's works have appeared in online commentary, news and publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Marie Claire, Family Circle, Cosmopolitan, and Associated Press.
A Day in the Life
Created January 1994, UBTRIPPIN' Comedy Entertainment Magazine was an internationally recognized entertainment publication. Newsstand copies have been archived.