Issa Rae

The “Insecure” creator brought the audience to its feet with her funny acceptance speech, as she jokingly said she did it all on her own.
“Little” star Marsai Martin has become the youngest-ever executive producer of a major Hollywood motion picture.
"Ok [girls] it looks like Insecure isn't coming back until 2020...I'm not okay," one fan wrote.
Fourteen-year-old Martin made history by becoming the youngest executive producer in Hollywood.
Issa Rae, Regina Hall and "Black-ish" breakout Marsai Martin headline the familiar new comedy.
"I was not cool at all ... I didn’t embrace it for a very long time," the "Insecure" creator said during an interview on "The View."
In the film co-starring Issa Rae, Regina Hall's character wakes up trapped inside the body of a 13-year-old, played by teen actress Marsai Martin.
Stella Meghie, director of YA film adaptation "Everything, Everything," is on board to direct the film.
Season 3, Episode 8: Issa literally and figuratively unpacked three seasons' worth of bulls**t in one episode. It was a lot.
Issa Rae and her Emmy-nominated series got the nod before the third season even ended.
The HBO show is at its best when it’s regular and drama-free. Season 3, Episode 4 might be the series’ greatest achievement yet.
We can't tell who won the headass of the week award. But at least Issa is making better decisions.
While the work stuff is panning out, Issa is still broke and Daniel is too prideful. It’s a recipe for a painfully awkward time in the conference room and the club.
You hate Issa, but you love her, and you hate her because you love her so much. Thank God this show is byke.
HBO’s “Insecure” is just one of many genius ways Issa Rae is making room for nuanced portrayals of people of color.
"It's so true," the "Insecure" star told "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert.