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Marsai Martin: A ‘Little’ Force to be Reckoned With


Despite her age, Marsai Martin is making a huge name for herself amongst her Hollywood peers.

The 14-year-old hurdled herself into a position of power never seen before in her industry. Martin is now the youngest person EVER in Hollywood to serve as a film’s executive producer. And did we mention she’s black!

Martin is most known for her role on ABC’s hit sitcom Black-ish. She plays young Diane Johnson– the brutally honest, and sometimes scary, daughter.

But as it turns out, Martin’s character on Black-ish has prepared her for yet another milestone in her career. Not only is Martin the executive producer of Little, she also stars in the film.

Little is a “body-switching comedy” that sees Martin playing a younger version of the film’s character, Jordan Sanders, while Regina Hall plays the adult version. It hits theaters April 12.

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Martin says her favorite chilhood movie, Big, inspired her to pitch the idea for Little. “It was one of my most favorite films growing up,” said MM. “After the Season 1 finale of Black-ish, we told Kenya Barris about it, and he called Will [Packer] and said: ‘Yo, you know the girl who plays Diane on Black-ish? She has this dope idea!’”

So remember the name Marsai Martin. She’s onto big, not little, things!

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