Hannah Hart is a Los Angeles-based celebrity who wears many hats: she is an author, actress, internet sensation, a cook, and comedienne. She stepped into the spotlight in March 2011 after her video, My Drunk Kitchen, went viral. Following its success, Hart earned a YouTube partnership and also went ahead to set up her first channel on the platform. As an actress, she has featured in several movies with the independent comedy film Camp Takota being the most notable. She starred and co-produced the film in the year 2013 while the project was released the following year. Considered as one of the influential people in the internet business, Hannah is a New York Times bestselling author, as well as a proud owner of a Food Network show known as ‘I Hart Food’
Hannah Hart’s Bio and Age
The multi-hyphenate was born Hannah Maud Hart, in Palo Alto, California, on November 2, 1986, to Annette Louise and Noah Hart, a devout Jehovah’s Witness. Hannah Hart is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent on her father’s side. She has a younger half-sister called Maggie Hart, an older sister named Naomi Bowen, as well as a step-sister who committed suicide at the age of 17. Her name was Rebecca.
Hannah’s parents ended their marital relationship while she was still very tender after her mom suffered a ‘nervous breakdown’. She later remarried and helped raised the YouTuber and her elder sister. Annette suffers a mental issue called psychosis and she is being taken care of by her daughters in a facility equipped with medication and therapy.
As regards her education, Hart is a graduate of Burlingame High School and the University of California, Berkeley, from where she obtained two degrees; one in Japanese Language and English Literature in May 2009. Hannah moved to Brooklyn, New York, after her graduation to pursue a career in writing. Her first job in the city was as an English and Japanese proofreader in a Manhattan-based translating firm, even though her initial dream was to write screenplays.
Hart’s name began ringing a bell after her video, My Drunk Kitchen made its way to the internet. She would become a YouTube partner within two months of launching her first YouTube channel (MyHarto), after which she resigned from her 9–5 job in order to give My Drunk Kitchen full attention.
Since she launched MyHarto in 2011, the channel has amassed over 2.4 million subscribers and 316 million total views. On the other hand, her weekly series My Drunk Kitchen which captures her attempting to cook while drunk, has hosted celebrity guests such as British chef Jamie Oliver, video blogger Tyler Oakley, actress Mary-Louise Parker, author John Green, actor/host Chris Hardwick, Comedian Sarah Silverman, and former NSYNC member Lance Bass.
In addition to MyHarto, Hannah Hart runs another YouTube channel where she discusses life-related issues and shares her opinions on random topics as well. Her parody cookbook titled: “My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut” was released in August 2014. It subsequently reached the No. 6 position in the “Advice, How-To & Miscellaneous” category on the New York Times bestsellers list and stayed on it for extra two weeks in August 2014. Hannah is also the author of the memoir: “Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded”, which was released on October 18, 2016, through HarperCollins Publishing.
The internet personality has a movie titled Dirty 30 under her belt as well. She made the film along with Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart and later released it on September 23, 2016. The YouTuber is said to have signed a deal with Food Network TV Show in the same year, paving the way for the establishment of her personal food TV series, I Hart Food. It premiered on August 14, 2017, and has featured Hannah exploring local food in places like Montana, Maine, Minnesota, New Mexico, Oregon, and North Carolina.
Hart is worth around $2 million. She amassed her fortune from various sources of income which include her YouTube channel, several movies she has appeared in, her show on the Food Network, as well as her two bestselling books.
Is She Lesbian Or Gay?
Hannah identifies as a lesbian, according to Wikipedia. In her coming out story, Hart shared that she stopped calling herself straight at the age of 21 and that she didn’t choose to be this way. You can get to read more about her story and journey on her Twitter handle.
Who’s Her Girlfriend?
Her name is Ella Mielniczenko. Born on September 25, 1990, she is a highflying achiever who works as an executive producer at BuzzFeed. The pair started dating sometime in 2016 after meeting through mutual friends. A native of California, Ella graduated from Emerson College in 2013 with a degree in Visual Media Arts. Hart and Mielniczenko got engaged in July 2018, on a Hawaiian beach and are planning to get married in California in 2020. Hart often features her girlfriend in her vlogs. Before Ellen, Hannah dated fellow YouTuber Ingrid Nilsen from September 2015 to January 2016.
The internet sensation sports an athletic body. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 53 kilograms or 117 lbs in body mass. She also sports blonde hair which she usually keeps short.