The Hollywood agency WME has signed Tim Tebow for endorsements, public appearances, speaking engagements, TV, film, books, and events involving his foundation.
At a William Morris Oscar party, many actors met Tim Tebow for the first time, including Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Jonah Hill and “Seinfeld” creator Larry David. Tim also recently had lunch with Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit.
There will certainly be guest appearances on TV shows for Tim Tebow now. But what can we expect for his post-NFL career? Will he trademark Tebowing™?
I think he’s primed to do some fantastic action movies. He has the physique, the good guy charm, he just needs to work on the voice.
Given Tebow’s passion for the Bible, perhaps he would be up for a re-telling of the book of Acts, with Tim playing the Apostle Paul.
Many people who have followed college and professional sports for a long time have felt Tebow’s story would be great as an (auto?) biographical sports movie. Could Tim Tebow play himself?
What can’t Tim Tebow do?
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