Kelly Marie Tran

The “Raya and the Last Dragon” star told The Hollywood Reporter she’s “so much happier” since she left the internet amid “Star Wars” harassment.
The actor feels his character was "pushed to the side" in later films, compared to his white co-stars.
Fans were upset that the Asian-American actor, who faced an onslaught of hatred after her first "Star Wars" film, barely featured in the new movie.
Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Billy Dee Williams, Kelly Marie Tran and J.J. Abrams all took part in the "Late Show" bit.
The "Star Wars" actor took herself offline after experiencing months of online harassment.
The actress had previously endured a deluge of racist and sexist comments over her role in "The Last Jedi."
Half of the negative tweets studied, including those attacking Tran, were “politically motivated or not even human.”
The New York Times ran a caption from a "photo wire service" that confused the two women.
Tran recently wiped her Instagram account after months of online harassment.
“This is what it is to grow up as a person of color in a white-dominated world," the "Star Wars" actress wrote.