Dream comes true as vegan TikTok sensation Tabitha Brown lands major deal with Creative Arts Agency

Ama Nunoo Apr 27, 2020 at 11:57am

April 27, 2020 at 11:57 am | Lifestyle

Tabitha Brown. Photo: Chowhound

Online video platform TikTok has brought many of us good entertainment during this self-isolation period. A lot of challenges have sprung up and many first TikTok videos from our favorite celebrities made our day.

Vegan Tik Tok sensation Tabitha Brown is finally being represented by her dream agency Creative Arts Agency (CAA). According to Hollywood Reporter, CAA is home to some famous celebrities like Will Smith, Beyoncé, Trevor Noah, and Zion Williamson. With her newfound fame on TikTok, Brown now has over two million followers.

The Los Angeles based actress and social media influencer’s review on wholefoods’ TTLA (tempeh bacon, tomato, lettuce, and avocado) sandwich went viral and sparked a chain of reviews from others as well. She is also an ambassador for wholefoods.

Brown combines her love for vegan food with her acting prowess to create videos on the app and now even Black Twitter cannot get enough of her as she entertains us with her lovely self and amazing vegan recipes.

Brown has a few TV gigs under her belt. She had guest star appearances on Bounce TV’s Family Time, Freeform’s Switched at Birth and NBC’s Will & Grace.

Over the last decade, she has done a few public speaking works at festivals and conferences. She has also been booked for a few private events where she shares “how eating plant-based saved and changed her life.”

She has made guest appearances on BuzzFeed’s Tasty video channel, a few indie features, and commercials. She also signed with a management company called Scale.

The viral sensation shares inspirational videos on TikTok as well and has about a million followers on Instagram where she shared the news of being represented by CAA. She gives us a little background of herself and how it has always been her dream to be a part of CAA.

Brown did not leave out the God-factor as she acknowledged that her faith and prayer life played a major role in her new feat.

“I’ve specifically prayed for this day for about 15 years!!!” she wrote. “When I first moved to Los Angeles I use to work at Macy’s in Century City. On my lunch breaks I would sometimes walk the block and pass @creativeartistsagency (One of the Top Entertainment Agencies in the world) and just say out loud ‘One day Lord’🙌🏿.”

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