Home comedynews Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’
Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’

Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’

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Jackeé Harry on the “Strong Black Legends” podcast

Unless you’ve been in a coma or on a social media fast, you already know about Tracy Clayton. Tracy (@brokeymcpoverty) is a phenomenal journalist who seamlessly interviews dynamic artist. The former “Another Round” podcaster recently inked a deal with Netflix to produce a new podcast, ‘Strong Black Legends.’ The weekly show is hosted by Clayton and honors the best of black Hollywood. This week features Jackeé Harry.

Jackeé Harry

This latest episode of “Strong Black Legends” highlights the life and career of living legend Jackeé Harry. The Harlem raised, former school teacher discussed highlights of her career and life. She shares tidbits about her iconic role as Saundra Clark on 227 and many roles she’s played since. What we didn’t know, but not surprised, Jackeé is the first and only African-American to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.  Impressive, right?

Jackeé Harry talks about being a Black Female Comic

This episode is like most others, ranging fromwildly funny and light-hearted, to hard-hitting and poignant. Jackeé talks about the difficulty of being a Black female comedian, especially one with so much sex appeal. The ladies also jokingly discuss whether Jackée is going to adopt Tracy.

Great comedy Podcast

We found this episode to be insightful and funny, of course we’re biased because 2 of our writers have unhealthy levels of infatuation with Jackeé (yes, even after all of these years). The once smoking hot vixen has become a smoking hot cougar, and she hasn’t lost a drop of sexiness. If you like Jackeé, listen to the full podcast and subscribe to the podcast. Like Tracy Clayton? Subscribe to the podcast. If you’re happy to have a podcasts that features ‘Strong Black Legends,’ subscribe to the podcast, asks your friends to subscribe, and tweet/ig/fb about it.

Show @netflix how much we appreciate the love.

Sidenote

Why are some many pictures of Kym Whitley labled as Jackeé? They kinda look alike, but not really. Come on internet a.i., you gotta do better!

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