Reagan Gomez-Preston is an American actress best known for her starring role as Francine in the short-lived sitcom Love, Inc., from 2005-2006.
She began her career as an actress in The Parent 'Hood, as Zaria Peterson, the daughter of Robert Townsend's character.
She has since guest starred in numerous television shows, including Moesha, Felicity, That '70s Show, Strong Medicine, One on One, ER, JAG, and She Spies.
She has acted in the made-for-TV movies Freaky Friday (her screen debut in 1995) and Carmen: A Hip Hopera (2001); and in the feature films Jerry Maguire (1996), Dead Above Ground (2002), Love Don't Cost a Thing (2003), Never Die Alone (2004), Hair Show (2004), Trois 3: The Escort (2004), and Beauty Shop (2005).
She also appeared in the direct-to-video release Doing Hard Time, in 2004.
Gomez-Preston has been married to record producer Dewayne Turrentine since 2003.