Inverse Reinforcement Learning (IRL) aims to facilitate a learner's ability to imitate expert behavior by acquiring reward functions that explain the expert's decisions. Regularized IRL applies convex regularizers to the learner's policy in order to avoid the expert's behavior being rationalized by arbitrary constant rewards, also known as degenerate solutions. We propose analytical solutions, and practical methods to obtain them, for regularized IRL. Current methods are restricted to the maximum-entropy IRL framework, limiting them to Shannon-entropy regularizers, as well as proposing functional-form solutions that are generally intractable. We present theoretical backing for our proposed IRL method's applicability to both discrete and continuous controls and empirically validate its performance on a variety of tasks.