Actress, producer, and entrepreneur are already three titles that 15-year-old Marsai Martin proudly touts on her ever-growing list of professional accomplishments. Now, the young rising media mogul can add talk show host to the list as well. It was recently announced that the Black-ish star is set to host her own talk show entitled, Tiny Talk Show on Quibi.
“Excited to announce this project! Thanks to @Quibi, Art & Industry and all of our producing partners. A special congrats to my Head of television, Nicole Dow. Here’s to the first of many💙💙,” Martin commented about her new venture in a recent Instagram post.
According to Deadline, the talk show will be produced by Art & Industry and is being billed as the world’s smallest functional talk show.
“The set will be a one-sixth scale of an actual set that reflects the mission of the show itself: intimate, revealing, and devoted to subjects with a lot to say. Marsai will ask her guests some big questions and steer us through this new world as we discover sometimes the littlest voices are the loudest,” Deadline stated in the exclusive teaser about the show.
Martin, will of course serve as executive producer, along with Josh and Carol Martin under the banner of Genius Entertainment.
Martin is well-known for her role as Diane Johnson on the ABC hit television show, Black-ish. She made history as the youngest executive producer on the Hollywood film, Little. The talented young star has won a multitude of awards including seven NAACP Image Awards and 2 BET Awards for her outstanding work in the industry.