Hannah Maud Hart was born on November 2, 1986, in San Francisco, California. She is a YouTuber, comedian, author, and actress best known for her weekly show “My Drunk Kitchen” wherein she prepares meals while under the influence of alcohol. Hart also manages a second channel where she talks about various subjects and reveals what it’s like to be a video creator day in and day out.
Hannah Hart was born in San Francisco, California, on November 2, 1986. She is a YouTuber, comedian, actress, and author known for her cooking weekly series titled “My Drunk Kitchen.” It all started with a bottle of wine and a chat with a friend over a webcam while attempting to make a grilled cheese. For some reason, she decided to post the infamous interaction which in no time gained thousands of requests for another “episode.” Within two months of launching her YouTube channel, she decided to quit her regular job to focus on her popular series.
Since 2011, “My Drunk Kitchen” has won two Streamy Awards and featured several celebrity guests, from British chef Jamie Oliver to former NSYNC member Lance Bass. Inspired by the success of the cooking series, she published a book that she describes as a self-help parody-meets-drunk cooking book. The cookbook made it to “The New York Times” bestsellers list at number six in the “Advice, How-To & Miscellaneous” category, where it stayed for two weeks.
The show is a hit but Hart didn’t stop there. She also co-produced and starred in an independent comedy film called “Camp Takota,” which was released in 2014, not long after her YouTube breakthrough. From bestseller author to an actor, from streamer to comedian, we believe there are not enough job titles in the entertainment industry for Hannah Hart, and we love her for that.
Her first video is a recording of an online conversation with a friend while intoxicated.
She wins the Streamy Award for ‘Best Female Performance in a Comedy.’
The tour consists of vlogging, traveling, and a kitchen, documenting the experience on her second YouTube channel “YourHarto.”
“Camp Takota” is released via digital download on the movie’s website.
Her second bestseller is a memoir called “Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded.”
She begins streaming on Twitch under the username “thishartomine.”
Why We Love Hannah Hart
She is a self-love advocate
She is often spreading information on the importance of self-care and loving yourself. This is one attitude her fans truly love about her.
She promotes L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ acceptance
She believes the media has a huge social responsibility in raising awareness. She uses her platform to share information on L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ matters.
She stands with the Black Lives Matter movement
She raises awareness about diversity and racism. She often shares tips on what our society can do to be anti-racist.
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She is also a voice actress
She voiced the part of Temp Bot in the series “Bee and PuppyCat.”
She was a guest judge
She was a guest judge in season 12 of “Food Network Star.”
She had a Buzzfeed video series
She is featured in “Edible History,” a show investigating and recreating ancient foods.
She is fluent in Japanese
She has two degrees: one in English literature and one in the Japanese language.
Her mother suffers from psychosis
At one point, her childhood home was inspected for human habitation acceptability.
Hannah Hart FAQs
Did Hannah Hart get married?
Yes! She got married in 2021 to her longtime girlfriend Ella Mielniczenko.
Where does Hannah Hart live?
She is always between New York and California.
Who has Hannah Hart dated?
She dated Ingrid Nilsen before but they broke up in 2016.
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