Lil Rel Howery stars in LionsGate’s Uncle Drew, in theaters now, as the lead opposite Kyrie Irving. Throughout the rest of this year, Lil Rel is concurrently working on several projects: he is executive producing, writing, and starring in FOX’s upcoming comedy series, Rel, premiering in September; he will appear in The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis; he recently wrapped Lucky Larry a.k.a. Bad Trip, in which he is starring opposite Eric Andre for MGM; Bird Box opposite Sandra Bullock for Netflix; and Brittany Runs a Marathon opposite Jillian Bell. Previous to this, he was seen in Jordan Peele’s hit movie, Get Out, in his break out role as “Rod the TSA agent.” He also starred as Jerrod Carmichael’s brother, “Bobby Carmichael,” in NBC’s comedy series The Carmichael Show (2014-2017); and can be seen as “Quentin” on HBO’s Insecure with Issa Rae. Howery’s stand-up special, RELevant, premiered on Comedy Central and was executive produced by Kevin Hart. The telecast was named one of the 10 best standup specials of 2015 by Vulture.com and has become a favorite of fans and comedy heavyweights.