Gender Norm Shattering Celebrity TikTok Creator Naya Mousa Joins Media Artists Group Talent Agency

Media Artists Group, a talent agency based out of Los Angeles, California, has recently boarded gender-norm shattering celebrity TikTok creator Naya Mousa onto their team of talent. This talent agency specializes in providing proper representation for actors, writers, directors, producers, and international entertainment funding. In the past, Media Artists Group has represented admired celebrities and well-known brands such as Ice-T and Geico.

Naya Mousa was taken on as a newly signed actor that will be represented by the talent agency in her future endeavors. In Mousa’s home country, Syria, she was never given a chance to pursue her passion for acting until she moved to the United States at age sixteen. Determined to follow her dreams of becoming an actor, she began taking acting classes and joined the theater at her high school. Even though Mousa struggled with the language barrier, she didn’t let that stop her and worked hard every day to improve her skills. Within a short period of time, Mousa began booking acting roles and creating content on TikTok and Instagram. So far, she has gathered a massive fan base of over 3.5 million TikTok followers and 300k Instagram followers.

“I’m really excited to continue my acting journey. I have always wanted to pursue acting professionally, and I feel that with Media Artists Group, I will be well taken care of,” said content creator and actor Naya Mousa. “It’s been such a wonderful journey so far, and I can’t wait to see where my career goes from here.”

As a content creator, Mousa has gained a significant following due to her endearing and edge-pushing content that shatters gender norms. Mousa has leaned into her androgyny and used it to empower herself and her audiences. When acting, Mousa brings that same true-hearted spirit into every project she works on.

To learn more about Naya Mousa, you can visit her TikTok and Instagram accounts.

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