Having started as a young reality television star to having emerged as an author, entrepreneur, sex symbol and mother, Farrah Abraham has become an established public figure with a growing empire.
At the tender age of 16, Abraham evolved from high school cheerleader and aspiring model to teenage mom-to-be as documented in the MTV series "16 & Pregnant." Abraham faced single motherhood head-on as she dealt with the passing of her baby's father two months prior to her daughter Sophia's birth. The young star's story would eventually captivate international audiences and make her a fan favorite, creating the opportunity for Abraham to star in MTV's spin-off series, "Teen Mom." After several seasons on MTV, Abraham pursued higher education and has continued to build her brand.
Over the span of her blossoming career, Abraham has graced the covers of top magazines, such as Us Weekly and Life & Style. The reality star has been featured on dozens of commercials and networks, including ABC,VH1, MTV, Bravo, E!, FOX and NBC and much more.
The top reality television personality, Abraham has used her star power for advocacy projects. In August 2012, the brunette beauty released her first New York Times best-selling autobiography, My Teenage Dream Ended, which sold over 500,000 copies. Abraham's personal account of being a teen mother allowed her to reach fans on an international scale, which had led to the release of her collection of therapeutic music singles.
Through personal appearances, Abraham has become the main attraction at nightlife venues and exclusive events around the world, which leverages her wide range of endorsements.The entrepreneur works with beverage companies, lifestyle brands, as well as with parenting and education companies to spread positive messages about their organizations and products. Additional projects include a Erotica novels, music single "Blowin",novelty toys and additional consumer products inspired by her personal lifestyle.