Reagan Gomez-Preston – Throwback Thursday
Here's the beautiful Reagan Gomez-Preston, gracing the cover of the Nov. 2008 issue of KING. She's known prominently for being a child star and having acted in films like Jerry Maguire, Carmen: A Hip Hopera and Love Don't Cost a Thing, as well as starring in music videos like Ruben Studdard's "Sorry 2004" and T.I.'s "Whatever You Like."
She got her start at the Freedom Theatre in Philadelphia, where she learned how to act, dance and sing. Gomez-Preston made the move to Los Angeles, California in 1994 in order to pursue a career in acting. Her first role came in 1995 as Zaria Peterson in the television series, The Parenthood. From then on, she starred in other shows like Moesha, Smart Guy, Undressed, Martial Law and That '70s Show. Some of her other film credits include Trois: The Escort, Dysfunctional Friends, Hair Show and Beauty Shop. Thanks to these roles, we were treated to her beauty on the silver screen. The year after the issue hit stands, she began voicing Roberta Tubbs on the animated show that was a spin-off of Family Guy, The Cleveland Show, which is perhaps one of her more iconic roles.
Nowadays, Gomez-Preston is on the TV One series Love That Girl! as Jasmine Russell, which starred Tatyana Ali as a divorcee who goes back to southern California in order to start over. You can also catch her webseries, Almost Home, on YouTube. Reagan is active on social media and you can follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
Check out some of her recent pictures below.