Julie Nolke is a Canadian YouTuber, comedian, actor, and writer. She has more than 1.05M subscribers and over 150M views on her YouTube channel. She is best known for her YouTube series “Explaining the Pandemic to my Past Self.” Her channel videos consist of skits, parodies and vlogs. In 2020, Julie got a Silver Creator Award and, in 2022, a Gold Creator Award from YouTube.
In addition to this, Julie is also a content creator on the web. At Buffer Festival (2019), her short film, “Are We Bad Feminists,” was screened, and she won the “Excellence in Writing” award. Further, her film, Oil Men, won Best Alberta Short in 2017 at the Edmonton International Film Festival. In 2021, Julie won a total of 3 Webby Awards, two for Audience Choice for Best Viral Video and Best Writing and the last one for Best Individual Performance. She has also been nominated for a 2021 Streamy Award for Best Writing.
Julie Nolke Early Life:
Julie was born on 24th August 1990 in Calgary, Canada. Currently, she is 32. She enjoys bounty bars, black coffee, and speaking in the third person.
Julie Nolke Family Background:
Julie was born to David and Cheryl Nolke. Further, her sibling details are still unavailable in the media.
Julie Nolke Education:
Julie Nolke Physical stats:
Julie is 5′ 7″ tall and weighs around 60 kg. She exercises regularly to maintain her slim body figure and encourages others to stay fit. She has beautiful Hazel grey eyes that attract the viewer’s attention, and her blonde hair enlarges her beauty.
Julie has a collection of around 100 formal shoes.
Julie Nolke Birth Signs:
Julie’s sun and star sign are Virgo; her birth flower is Gladiolus and Poppy. Her birth sign element is Earth, and the opposite sign is Pisces.
Julie Nolke Net worth:
Julie’s primary income source is as a YouTuber, and her estimated monthly earnings are between $10,000-$25,000. Her channel’s number of subscribers and advertisement revenue add to her networth. Further, she endorses various branded products on her social media accounts. Based on these facts, her estimated networth is $1 million.
If we talk about Julie’s lifestyle, she lives a luxurious life, has a personal car and a big bungalow, and loves to travel around the world.
Julie Nolke Relationship Status:
Julie was married in 2019 to Samuel D. Larson; they married after six years of dating. Samuel is a fellow filmmaker and director. The couple makes videos together, and you won’t see him more often in these videos because he is their director. However, he often made cameo appearances before they were married.
Julie Nolke Career:
In Oct 2011, Julie created her YouTube channel, Feeling Peckish, when she was still in her last year of graduation. She initially uploaded cooking videos with the help of his boyfriend, Sam. Further, her YouTube career accelerated in 2015 when Tastemade hired her to make videos, produce branded content and develop ideas for new content. Julie has also starred in One for the Road with Andrew Gunadie, an episode of a Tastemade show.
Later, she changed her YouTube channel from Feeling Peckish to Julie Nolke and started uploading skits, vlogs and parodies.
At the 2019 Buffer Festival, Julie’s YouTube video, “Are We Bad Feminists?” won the “Excellence in Writing.” Another YouTube video of Julie’s directed, written, and starred by her, titled “When you buy ADULT TOYS online,” was nominated for the 2020 Outstanding Comedy Short at the Toronto Sketchfest “Best of the Fest” award show.
In April 2020, she uploaded the first episode of “Explaining the Pandemic to My Past Self to YouTube.” It was a comedy sketch depicting her time-traveling to talk to her past self before the COVID-19 pandemic. She discusses various social and political issues, and the first several videos of the series earned over 25 million views by October 2020. By January 2022, Julie had uploaded seven videos in the series. This series was nominated for a 2021 Webby Award in the Viral and General Video category. Further, she won the 2021 Webby Awards in Best Individual Performance and two Audience Choice Awards for the best viral video and best writing.
Along being a YouTuber, Julie has also been featured in movies, short films, and television shows like Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Odd Squad (PBS), Cabin Connection (Super Channel), The Boys (Amazon), What We Do in the Shadows (FX), TallBoyz (CBC), Workin’ Moms (CBC/Netflix), and Run the Burbs (CBC). Further, for her acting in the comedy short Hashtag Apocalyse, Julie received an award of distinction at the 2019 Canada Shorts Film Festival.
Julie Nolke Social Appearance:
Julie has more than 1.05M subscribers on her YouTube channel; she has a large collection of videos with versatile content in every video. She uploads a new video every week on her Youtube channel; on average, she has 4 million monthly views.
On Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok, she has more than 130k, 126k, 23k and 290k followers. She has an amazing picture collection on Instagram, including travel pictures, modeling shoots, endorsing brands, clicks with dear ones, and pictures from her videos. Julie also owns a personal website https://www.julienolke.com/.
Julie Nolke is an uprising star in the entertainment industry; she is a perfect example of a beauty with brains combination. Over the years of content, acting and comedy experience, she has attracted millions of fans worldwide. We wish her all te best for her brighter future ahead.