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Colleen Ballinger Bio, Age, Family, Son, Net Worth, YouTube

Colleen Ballinger was born in Santa Barbara, California, the United States as Colleen Mae Ballinger. She is an American YouTuber, comedian, actre

Colleen Ballinger  Biography

Colleen Ballinger was born in Santa Barbara, California, the United States as Colleen Mae Ballinger. She is an American YouTuber, comedian, actress, singer, and writer. She is famous for Internet character Miranda Sings, posting videos of the character on YouTube.

Colleen Ballinger Age | Colleen Ballinger Birthday

Colleen Mae Ballinger was born on November 21, 1986, in Santa Barbara, California, United States. She is 32 years old as of 2018.

Colleen Ballinger  Family

Ballinger was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California to Tim Ballinger, a sales manager, and Gwen, a homemaker. She has three siblings two older brothers and a younger sister.

Colleen Ballinger Siblings | Colleen Ballinger Sister

  • Rachel Ballinger: sister
  • Christopher Ballinger: brother
  • Trent Ballinger: brother

Colleen Ballinger Husband | Colleen Ballinger Married

Ballinger dated Joshua Evans and later married in September 2016. The two later divorced. She met actor Erik Stocklin in 2016 and began dating in 2018, followed by a wedding the same year. The couples gave a son who was born in December 2018.

Colleen Ballinger Son

  • Flynn Timothy Stocklin (born on December 2018)

Colleen Ballinger Height

Colleen Mae Ballinger is an American YouTuber, comedian, actress, singer, who stands at 1.68m tall.

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Since January 2008, Ballinger has posted hundreds of videos as her comically talentless and quirky character, Miranda Sings, primarily on the YouTube channel Miranda Sings. The character is a satire of the many YouTube videos featuring bad, but egotistical, performers who film themselves singing as a form of self-promotion, despite receiving the realistic or cruel comments of “haters”. “Miranda” is supposedly a home-schooled young woman who still lives with her mother and uncle; she is eccentric and infantilized, narcissistically believes that she was born famous, and is obsessed with show business fame.

In the videos, Miranda sings in a comically off-key, yet plausible, voice and covers mostly pop music hits, rants about internet haters, gives “tutorials”, and sometimes discusses the character’s backstory or current events, which she usually misunderstands. She uses spoonerisms and malapropisms, is irritable, ludicrously self-absorbed and self-righteous, socially awkward, and has a defiant, arrogant attitude. She responds to viewers who take the videos seriously and offer criticism with the catchphrase, “Haters back off!”, telling these critics that “haters make me famous”. The character displays unusually active eyebrows and a crooked smile, her head is cocked to one side, and she has pronunciation quirks. She wears bright red lipstick drawn beyond the borders of her lips, dresses in mismatched out-of-style clothing, and often dances stiffly to the music she is performing. Her views of society and morality are politically incorrect, and she displays a strong aversion to anything risque, which she calls “porn”. From 2010 to 2012, Ballinger posted Miranda video blogs to a second Miranda YouTube channel, Mirandavlogz.

she starred in the popular show ‘High School Musical’ which set the pace for an acting career. Always interested in comedy, she made up the character of Miranda Sings, an egocentric lady who is arrogant and rude despite her obvious lack of talent. Partly based on young women she knew in college, the character was initially meant to be an inside joke within her group of friends. Just for fun, Colleen made videos of her portraying Miranda and uploaded them on YouTube, starting from 2008. Her channel surprisingly began getting popular, especially after a video called ‘Free Voice Lesson’ quickly became a sensation in 2009. The video—meant as a satire of bad performers doling out unsolicited advice to others—drew sharp criticisms from those who believed it to be a serious one. This gave Colleen an idea, and she began exaggerating the very aspects of Miranda that people hated, and posted more videos. The audience soon grew to love to hate the narcissistic and egocentric Miranda who is also an irritable, ludicrously self-absorbed, and socially awkward character. The rising popularity of her YouTube channel led to more opportunities for Colleen Ballinger as a comedian and she was often invited to portray Miranda in live performances. Boosted by her growing success, Colleen started a second Miranda YouTube channel, ‘Mirandavlogz’, in which she posted videos from 2010 to 2012. She also has a personal channel, ‘PsychoSoprano’, in which she features comedy, question and answer videos. Colleen Ballinger’s already famous career peaked at newer heights following her marriage to fellow YouTuber Joshua David Evans— the video of his proposal has garnered more than 6 million views on YouTube and the couple’s wedding video has been watched more than 11 million times. Colleen is the recipient of several awards including Teen Choice Awards-Choice Web Star: Comedy (2015) and Streamy Award – Performance Awards: Best Actress (2015).

Since April 2009, Ballinger has performed a one-woman comedy act, as Miranda Sings, at first in cabaret spaces and later in theatres in New York, London, and other cities in the US, UK, Australia, Europe, Canada and elsewhere. called Miranda “the hottest, freshest and oddest breakout star in the musical theatre/cabaret scene

In the live comedy acts, Miranda sings pop hits and some musical theatre songs in her signature off-key style. At early performances, she gave “voice lessons” or “acting lessons” to Broadway or West End stars, such as Sutton Foster and Andrew Rannells, to assembled casts of Broadway shows, and to pop stars such as Ariana Grande, in which she was hypercritical of the stars’ performances, telling them that they should leave show-business. She reads hate mail that she has received; interacts with audience volunteers; uses projected presentations containing terrible spelling and includes a “magic trick” where she sings while appearing to be stabbed through the neck by a sword; the joke is that she sings better when the sword is inserted through her neck.

Miranda, with Rachel Ballinger, on stage in 2014 In her 2014 “Selp Helf” tour, she instructed her (mostly young, female) audience on how to get a boyfriend by being more Miranda-like, “improvising and creating punchlines on the spot. … Ballinger, the genius behind Miranda, is so convincing in the role, you … will likely forget that there is a normal person behind the red lips”. One reviewer commented that the show “is no mere … reproduction of her Internet channel. It is as theatrical as it is musical, comedic as it is inspirational.” Another concurred: “Miranda [is] hilarious, and I was struck on several occasions by what an accomplished creation the character is. … Bridging both personas, the moment she transforms into Miranda, on-stage and mid-song, is an absolute joy – I’d struggle to recall hearing an audience erupt to such an extent, and I couldn’t help but join in.” Ballinger gave Miranda shows in 57 cities in 2014. Her 2015 tours included a “Miranda 4 Precident” [sic] themed tour and a “Summer Camp” themed tour. Also in 2015, Miranda was a headliner at the Just for Laughs festival in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and released a film version of one of her stage shows on Vimeo, titled Miranda Sings: Selp Helf.

Colleen Ballinger  Net Worth

Colleen Ballinger is an American comedian, actress, has an estimated net worth of $8 million.

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