Who is Regina Louise?

Regina Louise is an American author, child advocate, and motivational speaker, who is best known for successfully navigating through more than thirty foster home placement as a ward of the California Juvenile Court system. Her real-life story is the subject of a Lifetime Network movie: I Am Somebody's Child: The Regina Louise Story.

What is Regina Louise Famous for?

Regina Louise is an author, child advocate, and motivational speaker. She is known for successfully navigating through more than thirty foster home placements as a ward of the California Juvenile Cort system. She has appeared on National Public Radio's All Things Considered KQED Forum, CBC, BBC, and CBS Early Show. Her story has been covered in various newspapers and magazines. Her second memoir, Someone Has Led This Child to Believe: A Case History of Love, was released July 10, 2018.

Where did Regina Louise grow up?

Regina Louise was born on May 2, 1963, in Austin, Texas. She holds American nationality. She attended Molly elementary school and left at the age of eleven. She turned herself into the Richmond Police Department and was taken into custody the day before her thirteenth birthday due to her father's estrangement. She lived in over 30 foster homes, group homes and psychiatric facilities before age 18.

Who are Regina Louise's Family?

Regina Louise is the second child of the late singer/songwriter Tom Brock. Brock abandoned his daughter into the foster care system during the late-1970s to pursue musical interests. There is no information about his mother and siblings.

Is Regina Louise Married?

There is no information about her marriage and relationship.

How much is Regina Louise's Net Worth?

There is no information about her net worth and salary.