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Sunny Keller is an American YouTube personality, life-hacking guru, musician, and author. Since December 2014, Sunny has appeared as an expert life hacker in the DreamWorksTV YouTube series “Life Hacks for Kids.” In 2015, her program had the most views on the DreamWorksTV YouTube channel. The program, which has produced over a hundred episodes, won the Kidscreen Awards for “Best Kid’s Web Series.” She released the book “Life Hacks for Kids” in August 2017; it featured 35 well-known life hacks, as well as unique photos and behind-the-scenes looks at the production of the show. In addition, she has a separate YouTube channel with the same name where she posts song covers, original short films, life tips, guidance, and much more. Some of the video shorts she has acted in include “Seth Rogen’s Awful Bar-Mitzvah,” “Welcome to the Jungle Gym,” “Death Inc.”, and “Balloon.” 2015 saw her appear as a guest co-host on an edition of “Home & Family.” Her sister Gidget was a featured performer on the 2015 YouTube cover of “I Will” by The Beatles.

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Become a Star

Sunny Keller, who comes from a creative family, became interested in art at a young age thanks to her mother, a gifted collage artist, and her father, a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Her father used to sing and play the ukulele to her while she was learning ballet, which piqued her interest in the instrument. When she was seven years old, she began playing the ukulele. Later, she also picked up the guitar, violin, and piano. She inherited her mother’s life-hack skills in painting, drawing, gluing, and tearing.

She signed up for YouTube in November 2012, and in early 2014 she started uploading videos—mostly short films she had made herself. The creators of the program “Life Hacks for Kids,” Jeannie Roshar and Gary Anthony Williams, also submitted the idea to DreamWorksTV that year. She would serve as the host. She used iMovie to send a separate, “very poorly made” movie at the age of 11. The video was well received by the producers, who requested more, and it soon developed into a full-fledged web program with a small studio. She quickly rose to prominence among young youngsters. People began enquiring about her life hacks and sending her their own. She hosted the program until February 2017, at which point she stepped away to concentrate on her education to become a filmmaker. She ceded control of the program to Gillian Alaire Espina, who had been co-hosting it for a while before to her departure.

What Sets Sunny Apart?

Sunny Keller aspires to be a successful actor as well as a musician and filmmaker when she grows up. She enjoys working with brilliant performers to direct, but she also wants to score her own movies. She has previously applied makeup for actors in her short films and aspires to become a well-known makeup artist. She has made significant progress as a director in recent years and enjoys writing about high school experiences that are comparable to her own.

She offered songwriting skills to the “Life Hacks for Kids” theme song. She didn’t like the fact that the directors’ original theme tune just featured her singing one line constantly; instead, she spent ten minutes writing down a few additional lyrics that were eventually added to the final version. She was “terrified” during filming the pilot episodes of her show, but she is now learning to hone her talents in front of the camera. The fact that she recorded the first six episodes in her bedroom made her feel more at ease throughout the entire process. It’s interesting to note that most of her funny moments on the show were unscripted and unplanned.

Individual Life of Sunny Keller

Allen and Lois Keller welcomed Sunny Keller into the world on February 11, 2003, in Chicago, United States. When she was two years old, her family relocated to Los Angeles. Gidget, her younger sister, frequently makes appearances in her music videos and short films.

She also studied filmmaking in middle school. She prefers basketball to other sports. Elliott Smith, Rex Orange County, Regina Spektor, and St. Vincent are some of her favorite musicians. As a YouTuber, “doddleoddle” is someone she admires. She loves dogs and currently has four of them as pets: Biscuit, Ginger, Milli, and Max. She once dressed up Ginger as a cat for a cat hack episode on her show because she doesn’t own a cat.

Sunny Keller’s Net Worth

One of the wealthiest and most well-known YouTube stars is Sunny. The sources we looked at for this estimate were Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider. Sunny Keller’s net worth is roughly $1.5 million.