Reginald Hudlin


REGINALD HUDLIN, The creator of the hip-hop teen comedy (House Party) and the producer of the first African-American animated film (Bebe’s Kids), writer/director he worked his way to the forefront of African-American entertainment in the early 2000s. An East St. Louis native whose childhood home was flanked by those of legendary musicians Ike and Tina Turner and Brother Joe May, Hudlin always had inspiration nearby, and was only a brief walk away from Cosmo Hall, the location often cited as the birthplace of rock & roll.



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