when she first experienced the thrill of having the crowd applause. Shortly after she began modeling, she started acting in plays such as Little Orphan Annie. She also competed in talent shows, often taking first place.
Cheyenne attended Contra Costa College, but had her sights set on upon becoming an actress. Always one to go after her dreams with unstoppable determination, she headed straight out of Pittsburgh to Los Angeles.
Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles, she began working for the legendary Berry Gordy of Motown Records and also Jobete Publishing. She was instrumental in organizing the “Motown 30” with several stars. Next, she took a job with Fox News, and soon after, she started working for Rapper Heavy D as his personal assistant.
Cheyenne was hired by the “LA Confidential” record label, where she learned the recording industry inside and out. Soon she was working for various record labels and agents. Next, she became an agent’s assistant working with Sharon Kemp of the Sharon Kemp talent agency. She also worked with talent manager Stephany Hurkos. After obtaining so much experience, Cheyenne was ready to take her next step and go out on her own as a talent manager.
Cheyenne established her first company in 2007 and called it Cheyenne Martin Management. Cheyenne had a lot of success with her new endeavor. She developed a career as a talent manager. Having been an actress herself, she understood the highs and lows of the acting profession. Cheyenne is known for her innovative and pioneering spirit; she kicks up her high heels, takes her celebrity connections and friendships, and mixes them with her east coast hustle and drive to forge successes for all her clientele.
In 2014, she became Executive Producer for the film Message from a Mistress.