Social media influencer Tabitha Brown has garnered quite a following with her lovable personality and vegan recipes.
In 2017, she decided to go vegan after watching the documentary What The Health and as a way to fight her chronic pain ailment. One year later, she became a social media sensation after posting herself eating a vegan BLT she bought from a Whole Foods Market deli counter and is now sharing her life with followers on TikTok.
After achieving newfound fame, 41-year old Brown made news again when she signed with the prestigious Creative Arts Agency, who also works with celebrities like Beyoncé, Will Smith, and Trevor Noah. Now the social media personality and food influencer will be the star of her own show focused on parenting, self-care, and vegan cooking.
Brown’s new web series, All Love, will be a part of the new Ellen Digital Network (EDN), a digital media platform and collaboration between TV host and personality Ellen DeGeneres and Warner Brothers Digital Networks. According to Veg News, the show is slated to be released later in the year. In addition to Brown’s new show, the Ellen Digital Network will also be releasing several other projects, including a new series featuring Ayesha Curry focused on sharing her journey from chef to entrepreneur.
In addition to her new show, Brown is also set to appear and co-host on Nickelodeon’s Kids, Race & Unity: A Nick News Special, a revival of the popular ‘90s series, with singer Alicia Keys to discuss the recent new events around police brutality and racial injustice.