Hannah Hart a youtuber who got famous by accident, started with Drunk Kitchen a weekly series on YouTube

Hannah Maud Hart, is an American internet personality, comedian, author and actress. She is best known for starring in My Drunk Kitchen, a weekly series on YouTube in which she cooks something while intoxicated. Apart from her main channel, she also runs a second channel where she talks about life in general and gives her opinions on various topics. She co-produced and starred in the independent comedy film Camp Takota, released in 2014. She wrote a parody cookbook which was a New York Times bestseller for five weeks in August–September 2014.

My Drunk Kitchen traces happened when in March 2011, when Hart was at her sister’s home, chatting with a friend over webcam. Hart used her Macintosh computer to record herself drinking wine while attempting to make a grilled cheese sandwich without any cheese.Hart uploaded the video to YouTube as My Drunk Kitchen. Within a few days the video had accumulated 100,000 hits. Viewers began asking for another “episode” of the video, and Hart complied with more recordings. To establish the initial upload as the first episode of a series, she renamed it “Butter Yo Shit.”By July 2011, My Drunk Kitchen had gathered 800,000 hits, earning Hart a YouTube partnership.Hart has hosted several celebrity guests on My Drunk Kitchen, including British chef Jamie Oliver,actress Mary-Louise Parker, actor/host Chris Hardwick, video blogger Tyler Oakley, former NSYNC member Lance Bass, and author John Green, who subsequently wrote the foreword to Hart’s cookbook.Comedian Sarah Silverman was also featured in the show in December 2014 in an episode which demonstrated the therapeutic and medicinal use of cannabis.

New episodes of My Drunk Kitchen are uploaded each Thursday on Hart’s main channel. In 2013 at the 3rd Streamy Awards, Hart won the Streamy Award for Best Female Performance in a Comedy.In 2014, Hart co-hosted the 4th Streamy Awards with her colleague Grace Helbig.[8] My Drunk Kitchen would also would win the presentation’s award for best comedy.By April 2015, Hart’s first episode “Butter Yo Shit” had 3.6 million hits.Her channel MyHarto has over 2.3 million subscribers and over 206 million views.

After the successful launch of Hart decided to launch her second show named as “Hello Harto: The Tour Show” on January 2, 2013. Hannah posted a video on YouTube stating that she was considering doing a world tour. She launched a campaign to fund this trip on Indiegogo, aiming to get $50,000 within a month. After a couple of hours, the $50,000 goal was already met. Hart decided to keep the funding going to her initial end date of February 2, 2013. Depending on the final amount of money, the tour would be expanded to Canada, Europe and Australia.By February 2, she had raised over $220,000. The first leg of the tour kicked off in April 2013.

Hello Harto: The Tour Show consists of three parts: vlog, travel, and kitchen.[12] Hart uploads various videos about her traveling experience on her second YouTube channel, YourHarto. The vlog (a recap of the city she is in) gets uploaded each Tuesday to her main channel, MyHarto. The kitchen episodes, which she films at a host’s house in the city she visits, are uploaded on Thursday, also to her main channel. The team consists of four people; Hannah Hart (host), Pearl Wible (producer), Sam Molleur (director) and Nick Underwood (RV driver). The theme song for the tour, written by Hart, was accompanied by a video of fans jaunting in front of their favorite places. The song is called “Don’t Wait To Say Hello”.

After receiving negative feedback from a minority of fans that complained about the lack of places at the meet-ups, Hannah uploaded a video called The Real Hello Harto on her main channel, giving her fans an exclusive look behind the screens of a regular day on the Hello Harto tour. The video explained the work that goes into making content videos, as well shooting My Drunk Kitchen videos and meeting up with fans all over Canada and the United States.In November 2014, Hart started uploading more episodes of her travel show in Australia and New Zealand. These episodes were from a trip she took almost a year before that was sponsored by Contiki, along with other content creators.

On February 2, 2013, Hannah Hart performed a comedy show in collaboration with best friends Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart (no relation) at the NerdMelt, Los Angeles. The audience was encouraged to tape the show on their cameras and phones, and upload it to social media websites with the tag #NoFilterShow . The show quickly gained popularity through Tumblr and YouTube. The 75-minute show was performed a second time at PlayList Live in March 2013.  The show also ventured overseas to London and Dublin.

On August 2, 2013 Hart announced on the main stage at VidCon 2013 that she would be starring in her first feature film alongside friends Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart (no relation).The comedy film Camp Takota follows Elise (played by Grace) as a young woman who is forced to leave her big city job and head back to her old summer camp where she is reunited with old friends Allison (played by Hannah) and Maxine (played by Mamrie).
In August 2014, Hart released her first parody self-help book, a companion volume to My Drunk Kitchen. The book was titled My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut. Hart described it as “self-help parody-meets-drunk cooking”.The cookbook entered the New York Times bestsellers list at No. 6 in the “Advice, How-To & Miscellaneous” category, and stayed on it for two more weeks in August 2014.Publishers Weekly recognized the book as rising to No. 3 on their hardcover nonfiction list, opening that the book was not so much a cookbook as a pep talk for friends, a self-help book. Author John Green wrote the foreword, saying, “I defy anyone to read this surprisingly useful book and not come away from it madly in love with [Hart].”

Apart from this Hart is also published a memoir through HarperCollins Publishing on October 18, 2016.Also voices the part of Temp bot in the animated web series Bee and Puppy Cat in the episode “Farmer” which aired November 6, 2014.She has judged the Season 12 of Food Network.

VamaIndia wish her all the best for her versatile career.

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