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Celebrities in the cannabis industry aren’t as common as you might think. It takes not only an investment but also courage to tell the public that they are consumers. But little by little, things are starting to change and celebrities in cannabis are springing up more frequently.

Cannabis is the most widely consumed psychotropic plant in the United States and has a magnetism that even the stars cannot resist. No wonder they are using their star power to develop the industry and take their investments to a new level.

Here are 7 celebrities who have stepped into the cannabis industry through investments, partnerships or entrepreneurship.

Gwyneth Paltrow – Cann

Gwyneth, a famous Emmy Award-winning actress, is a new investor in Cann, a THC-infused beverage company. With a strong following of health conscious users, Gwyneth and her Goopsters are welcome in the cannabis community.

The game – trees after game

The Game, an American rapper and actor, developed the cannabis brand Trees by Game. This California-based brand has both flower and concentrate offerings and is a curated association with hip hop.


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Montel Williams – Lenitive


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Montel, an American talk show host, television personality, and actor, is behind the premium hemp and CBD brand Lenitiv. As “the culmination of Williams’ life’s work,” his Montel by Select CBD brand is just one way to provide patients and adult users with access to safe CBD and THC.

Seth Rogen – houseplant


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Seth Rogen’s love of weeds is well documented, and his Houseplant brand has already grown in popularity in Canada. Hopefully, with a growing product offering that includes beverages and flavors, Houseplant is here to stay.

Margaret Cho-Margaret Cho-G

Margaret is a comedian, actress, fashion designer, singer-songwriter and rescue dog mom. She is also a cannapreneur with her own Margaret Cho-G cannabis strain.

Dick Wolf – Digipath

Dun-dun. Dick Wolf, inventor of Law & Order, has invested over $ 1 million in Nevada-based DigiPath – a cannabis testing and education company. With the need for cannabis laboratories increasing day by day, Wolf seems to have put his money in the right place.

Martha Stewart – Martha Stewart CBD


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If you’re just hearing that Martha Stewart likes cannabis, we would like to know what you smoke. Martha partnered with Canopy Growth to create her own line of CBD with wellness drops and gums.

As legalization continues to grasp the nation, the numbers of celebrities into cannabis will inevitably rise. From music to film, sports to politics, culinary arts and everything in between, we can’t wait to see how they use their names to promote cannabis.

Veronica Castillo

Veronica Castillo is a Miami writer with a cannabis background in insurance and human resources. She is currently based on the street researching cannabis and hemp in the United States.

You can follow her journey on IG @vee_traveling_veg_canna_writer.

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Beth Edmonds