Vegan actress and influencer Tabitha Brown recently signed with Creative Artists Agency (CAA)—one of Hollywood’s top talent agencies. Brown, who is based in Los Angeles, became a viral sensation in 2018 after posting a video of herself eating a Smoky TTLA sandwich—a vegan BLT made with tempeh, tomato, lettuce, avocado, and Brown’s addition of a pickle—she bought from a Whole Foods Market deli counter. The video inspired Whole Foods to add the sandwich to its stores nationwide and name Brown its BFF & Plant-Based Brand Ambassador.
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I’ve specifically prayed for this day for about 15 years!!! 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”🙌🏿. I’ve been praying fiercely for the last 2 years for God to increase my territory and send me a team!! Well today is the day!!!! He didn’t just send me a team, he sent me a dream team!! I also signed with @scale 🙌🏿🙌🏿 And the @hollywoodreporter announced it!!! He is literally blowing my mind and I’m so very THANKFUL 🙌🏿🙌🏿. Thank you God!!! OMG I signed with CAA y’all!! Excuse me while I praise him 💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾 #Tabithabrown #actress #vlogger #obediencewins #GodisGood
Her television work includes guest appearances on Freedom’s Switched at Birth, Bounce TV’s Family Time, and NBC’s Will & Grace. “I’ve specifically prayed for this day for about 15 years,” Brown posted on Instagram. “When I first moved to Los Angeles, I used to work at Macy’s in Century City. On my lunch breaks, I would sometimes walk the block and pass Creative Arts Agency and just say out loud, ‘One day, Lord.’”