Grace Helbig Biography, Age, Boyfriend, Book, The Grace Helbig Show And Hot

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Grace Helbig Biography

Grace Helbig is an American comedian, actress and YouTube personality. She has created her own Youtube channel and as well as the podcasts Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig and This Might Get Weird.

Grace Helbig
Grace Helbig

Grace created and hosted the 2008–2013 My Damn Channel web series DailyGrace. She was a correspondent on the G4 network tech series Attack of the Show!. Grace played Idol on the Fine Brothers’ web series MyMusic. She appeared in a series of Lowe’s television commercials. She also co-produced and starred in the feature films Camp Takota, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl and Dirty 30.

As an author, she authored two comedic handbooks for Millennials: Grace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-up and Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It. She also  created and hosted the 2015 comedy/talk show on the E! television network The Grace Helbig Show.

Grace Helbig Age | How Old Is Grace Helbig

Grace was born on September 27, 1985 in Woodbury, New Jersey. She is 33 years old as of 2018.

Grace Helbig Boyfriend | Grace Helbig Dating | Grace Helbig Chester See

Grace has been in a relationship with comedian Brooks Wheelan. She previously dated fellow web star Chester See.

Grace Helbig Book

  •  The Art of Pretending You Have It

This book is one part entertainment, one part irreverent fashion fun, and one part personal experience, including:

-My closet staples and jewelry MVPs, and what’s actually in my makeup bag
-All about BLTs and BFFS…that is, Better-Looking T-Shirts and Best Feet Friends
-The bad-hair-day character wheel
-The Ten Commandments of online shopping
-A handy flowchart to help you decide “Should I actually buy this?”
-Red-carpet ridiculousness
-Grace Expectations: What your denim says about you
-And MORE!

I’m not stylish—I’m self-aware. I’m not polished—I’m perceptive. I’m not trendy—but I love trying. Because when it comes down to it, “style” is just a simple way of saying “I showered.”

The Grace Helbig Show

It was announced via press release on January 5, 2015 that Grace would star in a hybrid comedy/talk show for E!, titled The Grace Helbig Show. In preparation for the show, Grace was interviewed live via satellite on multiple local television news broadcasts across the United States on March 27, 2015. The Grace Helbig Show premiered on April 3, 2015.  It lasted eight episodes and ended June 7, 2015.

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Not Too Deep With Grace Helbig | Grace Helbig Podcast

Grace premiered her audio-video podcast Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig on September 1, 2014. New full-length episodes are made available each Monday on SoundCloud and iTunes, with video footage featured on Helbig’s YouTube channel.  Podcast episodes are produced by Jack Ferry.

The podcast debuted at number one on iTunes’ Top Podcasts chart.

Most “season one” challenges are variations of pre-existing YouTube challenges, whereas most “season two” challenges pre-exist on YouTube. Beginning “season three” and continuing with “season four”, challenges have been phased out in favor of video highlights of the interviews.

Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig began broadcasting for the first time in full-length video format on Fullscreen’s subscription service beginning September 12, 2016, with episodes being filmed at Fullscreen’s studios. Audio-only of the prior week’s video episode available on iTunes and Soundcloud the following week.

It was announced across various media outlets on November 13, 2017 that Fullscreen would be shutting down its subscription service. Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig final full-length video episode  was released the same day as the announcement. The podcast went on to air new audio-only episodes every Monday via iTunes and Soundcloud.

The podcast once again began broadcasting on October 8, 2018, in both audio and video form, with full-length video being uploaded to Helbig’s YouTube channel.

Grace Helbig This Might Get Weird

After announcing the cancellation of their YouTube series This Might Get…on October 12, 2018, Grace and co-host Mamrie Hart announced the premiere of their new podcast This Might Get Weird, with new episodes to be released every Wednesday on iTunes and Soundcloud.

The podcast began broadcasting on February 1, 2019,in both audio and video form, with full-length video being uploaded to Grace and Hart’s This Might Get YouTube channel.

Grace Helbig Youtube

Grace began a daily vlog of her house sitting experience on her personal YouTube channel GracieHInABox. From March 2008, Grace and her college roommate Michelle Akin (née Vargas) created the Grace n’ Michelle YouTube channel. On October 25, 2013,the video on this channel was uploaded when Grace visited Akin in Brooklyn.

Grace relaunched her personally owned, formerly secondary channel it’sGrace (renamed from GracieHinABox)on January 6, 2014 as her main YouTube channel.  News of Helbig’s departure from My Damn Channel and the shift back to her own independent channel contributed to a dramatic increase in it’sGrace subscribers, from just under 87,000 in the last week of 2013 to over a half million by the first week of 2014.  Just two and a half weeks after the channel’s relaunch on January 22, 2014, it’sGrace passed 1 million subscribers.  It was announced via press release that on April 30, 2014 Grace had partnered with multi-channel network Fullscreen. Just one week shy of the one-year anniversary of the channel’s relaunch on December 30, 2014  , it’sGrace passed 2 million subscribers.  It’sGrace passed 3 million subscribers, surpassing her DailyGrace channel peak on August 22, 2016. The it’sGrace YouTube channel has over 2.8 million subscribers and over 318 million video views as of March 2019.

Grace and Mamrie Hart began hosting a new YouTube show together called This Might Get…starting on March 5, 2018, on a dedicated channel of the same name. Evry episode had a different title, with the premiere being called “This Might Get Started,” and focuses on a different topic, meme, or pop culture event.  The Show is executive produced by Michael Goldfine, who worked with the on-screen duo on Camp Takota and Dirty 30.  Grace and Hart published their 100th episode of “This Might Get…” on July 20, 2018, entitled “Making Slime Fail!”. On October 12, 2018 the series announced its cancellation on.

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