Liza Koshy

YouTube Star

Liza Koshy was born in Houston, Texas, United States on March 31st, 1996 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 26, Liza Koshy biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Elizabeth Shaila Koshy, Liza, Lizzza
Date of Birth
March 31, 1996
United States
Place of Birth
Houston, Texas, United States
26 years old
Zodiac Sign
$6 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor, Youtuber
Social Media
Liza Koshy Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 26 years old, Liza Koshy has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Not Available
Liza Koshy Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Lamar High School
Liza Koshy Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
David Dobrik (2015-2017)
Not Available
Dating / Affair
David Dobrik (2015-2017)
Jose Koshy, Jean Carol Hertzler
Olivia Koshy (Older Sister), Rahel Koshy (Older Sister)
Other Family
John Asa Hertzler (Maternal Grandfather), Rebecca Evans Henkels (Maternal Grandmother)
Liza Koshy Career

Koshy began posting comic videos on the Vine platform, in 2013, under the pseudonym "Lizzza", where she posted short comedic videos. When Vine closed in 2017, Koshy had 7 million followers. By 2016, Koshy was also becoming noted on the YouTube platform. In November 2016, just before the 2016 election, Koshy interviewed President Barack Obama on her YouTube channel to encourage voter registration. Koshy's videos feature "her loud facial expressions, quick pace, and her commitment to looking as ridiculous as possible as the joke demands. [Some of her videos] take serious issues – like anxiety, the pressure to fit in, and internet trolls – and make them accessible and engaging for her viewers." She suspended adding new videos to her main YouTube account in early 2018 as she turned to full-time acting and hosting work. She resumed posting new videos in 2019.

In 2017, Koshy became "the fastest YouTube personality to reach 10 million subscribers". As of 2021, her main YouTube channel had over 17 million subscribers and more than 2 billion views. Her second YouTube channel had more than 8 million subscribers, and her two channels had a combined total of more than 3 billion views. She had more than 18 million followers on Instagram, more than 26 million followers on TikTok more than 4 million on Facebook and more than 2.8 million on Twitter. Time named Koshy to its 2019 list of the 25 Most Influential People on the Internet and its 2019 100 Next list.

In 2016, Koshy starred in the Hulu original horror series Freakish as Violet Adams. She reprised the role in the show's second season in 2017. Also in 2016, she played the role of Aday Walker in the horror-comedy feature film, Boo! A Madea Halloween, and starred as herself in the YouTube Premium series, Jingle Ballin'. Koshy starred as Princess Aubrey in the 2016 comedy film FML. In 2017, she played a recurring character, The Explorer, in the YouTube Premium mystery-reality series Escape the Night.

Koshy stars in and co-produces a YouTube Premium situation comedy series, Liza on Demand, which premiered in June 2018, "following the chaotic misadventures of the eponymous character" as she works to become an "elite tasker" doing odd jobs for pay. A reviewer for the Los Angeles Times wrote: "The first episode ... is not bad. Yet it's also ordinary and a little stiff. … But the second ... is better ... and shows off Koshy to good effect, some effective physical comedy included. It made me laugh, anyway." Season 2 premiered in September 2019. Alexis Gunderson of Paste wrote in 2019: "Liza on Demand a truly excellent comedy." In November 2018, Koshy voiced the character Owl in Crow: The Legend, an animated virtual-reality short film written and directed by Eric Darnell, starring John Legend. The film premiered on the Liza Koshy Too YouTube channel and Oculus VR on November 15, 2018. She returned to Escape the Night in 2019. She co-starred in the Netflix dance-comedy film Work It (2020). A review in The New York Times stated: "Both Koshy and [Jordan] Fisher are accomplished professional dancers, and the movie doesn't skimp on showcasing their gifts." Koshy voiced Zipp Storm in the 2021 Netflix film My Little Pony: A New Generation.

Koshy hosted the live preshow at the 2017 Golden Globes Awards, which received 2.7 million live viewers on Twitter – a record for the medium. She also hosted Nigel Lythgoe's series Every Single Step and was "the only social entertainer chosen to promote the 2016 MTV Movie Awards." She was one of the hosts on Total Request Live on MTV from 2017 to 2018 and served as a producer and developer of content for MTV. Koshy was the first "digital star" interviewed for Vogue magazine's "73 Questions" web series. Koshy conducted interviews of the celebrities attending the 2018 and 2019 Met Galas on behalf of Vogue. She hosted the revival of the Nickelodeon game show Double Dare from June 2018 to December 2019. In 2020, Koshy hosted the Quibi dance competition show Floored.

Her online advertisements for Beats Electronics draw four times more viewers than those of other celebrities. Koshy collaborates with The Giving Keys, a jewelry company that employs and supports the formerly homeless population, on a necklace collection. She is a co-chair of "When We All Vote", a nonpartisan, nonprofit group dedicated to increasing voter participation. She also advertises Beyond Meat.


Dick Clark's Primetime 2023 New Year's Rockin' Eve: Halle Bailey and Dove Cameron perform, January 1, 2023
Halle Bailey's star continued to rise as she rocked alongside the headlining performers from Disneyland in Anaheim, California on Saturday during the annual Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest. The event was hosted from Times Square in New York City by Ryan Seacrest and his second-time co-host Liza Koshy with performances being held all around the country. D-nice was helping to run things from the west coast in Los Angeles as he co-hosted alongside Ciara, who handled the Disneyland performances as they rang in the new year.

New Year's Eve 2022: New Year's Eve revelers shrug off wet weather to rock Time Square, January 1, 2023
Midnight is just around the corner for the thousands of revelers who flooded Times Square to celebrate New Year's Eve without restrictions after two years of pandemic-dampened celebrations.  People from around the world travelled to party together in the iconic street-venue many waiting patiently in the light drizzle as they prepare to watch the iconic ball drop at midnight. Revelers were seen crowded among the barricades donning their New Year's best including sparkly hats, 2023 glasses and waterproof poncho's - as rain and fog blanketed the city.

Duran Duran lead star-studded lineup for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest, December 16, 2022
Like years past, this coming Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest will treat audiences to a star-studded lineup before clock strikes midnight. On Thursday, ABC and Dick Clark Productions announced that Duran Duran, New Edition, BTS member J-Hope and Jax will help ring in 2023, according to ET.

YouTube Stars Liza Koshy & David Dobrik Announce Their Breakup In Emotional Video & The Internet Is In Tears!, June 5, 2018

This is not clickbait, y’all! After two years, (insanely popular) YouTube stars Liza Koshy and David Dobrik have split. The couple announced their breakup with a video (above) on Monday, revealing Liza broke up with David six months ago because it was no longer healthy for them to “continue being together.” Yes, cue the heartbreak! Video: Liza Gets Real With Vogue‘s 73 Questions! But the two are remaining friends, and who knows what will happen in the future!! Sadly, the internet is in tears over this split. Just take a look at some of the reactions (below):

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