Celebrity Weed Brands – From Snoop Dogg to Martha Stewart – 50 Famous Faces Behind Your Favorite Cannabis Brands

Celebrity Weed Brands have been growing like weeds! Could you have guessed that it was actually pretty easy to curate this list of 50 famous faces behind cannabis brands? That’s how trendy it is in Hollywood right now to be a cannabis entrepreneur.

From Snoop Dogg to Whoopi Goldberg, here are 50 famous faces behind cannabis brands. And trust us, you won’t believe some names on this list.

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1. Snoop Dogg

Leafs by Snoop is the rapper’s cannabis product line. The brand sells high-quality flower, extracts, edibles, vapes, and more. They’re legit because they’re manufactured in-house with California-grown cannabis! Leafs by Snoop produces CBD-infused Canadian products with Canopy Growth Corporation.

2. Jim Belushi

In 2020, Discovery aired Jim Belushi’s Discovery docu-series “Growing Belushi,” which delighted stoners. Belushi’s farm in Southern Oregon grows cannabis for Blues Brothers, Captain Jack’s, and Belushi’s Secret Stash.

3. Scooter Braun

The mega-manager discovered Justin Bieber on YouTube and sold Ithaca Holdings to Chinese behemoth HYBE, home of BTS, and expanded his entertainment empire into the multi-state cannabis firm Parallel.

4. Kristen Bell

In 2020, “The Good Place” actress partnered with Cronos in Canada to launch her Happy Dance CBD brand.

5. Trixie Garcia

Trixie Garcia, 46, Jerry Garcia’s youngest daughter with Carolyn “Mountain Girl” Adams, launched Garcia Hand Picked products in California with Holistic Industries.

6. Berner

The San Francisco-born rapper co-founded Cookies, a cannabis retail business with 25 outlets.

7. B-Real

Cypress Hill’s frontman has various businesses and sponsorships, including his band and Dr. Greenthumb, a California cannabis retailer with seven outlets and another in Oklahoma City.

8. Jane Fonda

As Uncle Bud’s hemp and CBD brand ambassador, Fonda, 83, likes tinctures and topicals.

9. Tommy Chong

The tireless stoner comic, famed for his work with Cheech Marin in Cheech & Chong and a run of movies featuring the duo, including 1978’s “Up in Smoke,” owns Chong’s cannabis company.

10. Cheech Marin

Cheech Marin is the other half of the duo, Cheech & Chong. Once cannabis became legal, he curated his very own brand with his children, Joey-Dee and Jasmine.

11. Steve DeAngelo

The Oakland Harborside Health Center co-founder founded the Last Prisoner Project and Radio Free Cannabis. Before co-founding Ecolution, DeAngelo, 62, was a Washington, DC, Yippie activist.

12. Melissa Etheridge

Since 2004, Etheridge, 59, has spoken out about her breast cancer treatment with medical marijuana and recently launched her cannabis company, Etheridge Botanicals.

13. Ron Funches

The comedian will join Kelis and Leather Storrs (“Cooked with Cannabis”), B-Real and Abdullah Saeed (“Bong Appétit”), and John Levya and Ngaio Bealum (“Cooking on High”) in hosting pot food shows.

14. Chelsea Handler

The controversial former late-night host supports cannabis. Handler, 46, made “America Is Back” packages containing CANN drinks, Pure Beauty pre-rolls, and Garden Society chocolates for Joe Biden’s inauguration.

15. Terrell Davis

The Pro Football Hall of Famer leads the athlete cannabis movement. Davis, 48, won two Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos. Defy produces hemp/CBD sports drinks.

16. Al Harrington

Viola Extracts, led by 41-year-old former NBA player Al Harrington, promotes cannabis diversity. He sells high-quality concentrates and assists equity license candidates in negotiating California’s complex rules through Viola Cares.

17. Megan Rapinoe

Team USA soccer player and Mendi co-owner Megan Rapinoe, 35, swears by CBD. She promotes cannabis to athletes as a brand ambassador.

18. Jay-Z

In 2019, the hip-hop billionaire joined Caliva in cannabis. In 2020, 51-year-old Jay-Z released his Monogram brand. Monogram’s “High Tales” film series features celebrities’ most memorable cannabis encounters.

19. Gwyneth Paltrow

The “Shakespeare in Love” Oscar winner has been selling hemp and CBD items in her Goop catalog and invested in Cann, a THC beverage firm, with Rebel Wilson and Ruby Rose.

20. Seth Rogen

Houseplant’s launch in California made Rogen, 38, the top POT-prepreneur. Rogen even makes and sells handcrafted ashtrays and old-school table lighters.

21. Willie Nelson

Country music legend Willie Nelson is no stranger to cannabis — after all, he wrote an entire album about it! He recently launched his own brand called Willie’s Reserve, which features flower strains named after some of his hits like “My Kinda Strain” and “Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die” (which is actually a blend of three different strains). The brand also sells pre-rolls, edibles, and vapes. But perhaps the best part about Willie’s Reserve is that they donate 15% of proceeds from each purchase to causes related to hemp education
or criminal justice reform.

22. Ice Cube

Fryday Kush, a collaboration between Caviar Gold and the “Friday” movie star, features Lunar Modules from Jay and Silent Bob.

23. Bella Thorne

The actress and singer collaborated with Glass House Farms in California to generate several new THC flower strains.

24. Brendan Hill

Blues Traveler drummer Brendan Hill launched a cannabis company in 2017. After Washington legalized marijuana, he started a store. His sister shop next door sells t-shirts and artwork besides CBD goods. It provides everything brand-related in one place.

25. Method Man

In 2020, the most successful Wu-Tang Clan member launched his Tical Official canna-brand to raise awareness of social justice concerns like the mass incarceration of People of Color.

26. Redman

Although Redman and How High partner Method Man haven’t yet created their own cannabis strain, they invested in an app that helps users find delivery services and licensed cannabis retailers in participating states. They do all of this to support the growth of black-owned firms in a cutthroat industry.

27. Wiz Khalifa

Khalifa Kush Enterprises, created in 2015 by 33-year-old Cameron Thomaz, is named after his strain. He sponsored RAW papers and partnered with RiverRock Cannabis in Colorado.

28. Rob Gronkowski

After “retiring,” Rob Gronkowski became a cannabis brand representative in 2019. After a brief retirement, he returned to the game, crediting CBDMEDIC’s products. If you are the football spirit add a few super bowl cocktails at the next watch party.

29. Post Malone

On July 4, 2019, Post Malone established his own cannabis company, Shaboink. The rapper’s line includes flower, pre-roll joints, vaporizers, stickers, hats, and branded grinders, thanks to a collaboration with California’s Hemper.

30. GRiZ

Cannabis products created by DJ and producer GRiZ have garnered honors. In the “People’s Choice Flowers” division of the 2015 Cannabis Cup, the GRiZ Kush variety came in second.

31. Ricky Williams

Ricky Williams was the first NFL athlete to endorse marijuana for its therapeutic, calming, and restorative benefits. He even took a break from playing due to drug suspensions.

32. Martha Stewart

Stewart, 79, launched Martha Stewart’s CBD with Canada’s Canopy Growth. She’s worked with Snoop Dogg on several TV ads and the VH1 series “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner” in recent years.

33. Jaleel White

White’s famous character from Family Matters inspired purple Urkel.

34. Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana founded Mirayo to spiritualize cannabis.

35. Ghostface Killah

Ghostface Killah promoted his “Woo Goo” hash oil cartridges via an infomercial.

36. John Legend

John Legend and Plus Products have released CBD-infused products.

37. Woody Harrelson

Woody Harrelson, Bill Maher, Erba Markets owners Devon Wheeler and Jay Handal, and designer Thomas Schoos opened The Woods WeHo.

38. Montel Williams

Montel Williams battles MS. He’s relied on cannabis-based treatments to manage his ailments for years and wants to help others. He created Lenitiv CBD capsules with Cura to help others control symptoms.

39. Dizzy Wright

On Twitter, Dizzy Wright revealed his brand-new marijuana variety. In Downtown Los Angeles, you can buy some at Dr. Greenthumb’s.

40. Freddie Gibbs

Freddie Gibbs created the Freddie Kane OG cannabis variety.

41. Ivan Moody

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.Anxiety led Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody to cannabis. In an interview, “Moody’s Medicinals calms my nervousness before, during, and after performances. Moody’s Medicinals has helped me keep focused and healthy when I can’t eat regularly while traveling.”

42. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats

Willie Nelson’s CBD brand’s vape pens are named after Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats. Willie Nelson liked the band, too. They collaborated to sell more cannabis-based products and promote legalization.

43. Mickey Hart

Mickey Hart, the Grateful Dead drummer, established his own cannabis brand to get fans into the groove anytime, anyplace.

44. Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is a Hora customer and brand ambassador. She wrote about using cannabis products and why she felt obligated to spread the news.

45. Dennis Hopper

After Dennis Hopper died in 2010, his family began growing his marijuana strains. Marin Hopper, his daughter, founded the brand to fulfill her father’s dying goal of legalizing marijuana.

46. Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes

Jay and Silent Bob’s cannabis brand is surprisingly fitting. The duo’s cannabis line gave fans a glimpse into their characters’ worlds.

47. Vinnie Fiorello

Less Than Jake drummer Vinnie Fiorello wanted to sell unique cannabis products. His company sells West Coast-sourced pre-rolls and hot sauce.

48. Juicy J

Gary Vee and Green Street Agency helped Juicy J create his cannabis business. Asterisk* goods are only available at MMD Dispensaries in Los Angeles. However, you can buy some products online.

49. Gary Payton

Gary Payton founded a cannabis startup to offer players a more natural method to medicate with THC and CBD.

50. Whoopi Goldberg

Comedian Whoopi Goldberg and entrepreneur Maya Elisabeth created Whoopi & Maya, a medicinal marijuana line for menstruation discomfort. THC- and CBD-infused tinctures, balms, and bath soaks can relieve PMS and PMDD symptoms. Their products contain neither propylene glycol nor ethanol, which can irritate sensitive skin.

Celebrities are embracing the cannabis industry in a big way. Whether it’s Whoopi Goldberg creating medical marijuana products for women or Willie Nelson donating proceeds from his sales to criminal justice reform efforts — it’s inspiring to see these stars using their influence for good.

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