Joey Graceffa

YouTube Star

Joey Graceffa was born in Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States on May 16th, 1991 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 33, Joey Graceffa biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Joseph Michael Graceffa, Joey
Date of Birth
May 16, 1991
United States
Place of Birth
Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States
33 years old
Zodiac Sign
$12 Million
Author, Film Producer, Singer, Television Actor, Youtuber
Social Media
Joey Graceffa Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 33 years old, Joey Graceffa has this physical status:

Hair Color
Light Brown
Eye Color
Joey Graceffa’s body specifications like chest, waist and arms measurement is not known.
Joey Graceffa Religion, Education, and Hobbies
His religious beliefs are not known.
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Marlborough High School, Fitchburg State College
Joey Graceffa Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
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Dating / Affair
Daniel Christopher Preda (2014-2020)
Joe Graceffa, Debbie O’Connor
Nicole (Sister), Jett (Half Brother)
Joey Graceffa Life

Joseph Michael Graceffa (born May 16, 1991) is an American YouTube actor, writer, and singer.

He has three popular YouTube channels, all named after him.

His main channel is dedicated to vlogging, while the second features video game content.

And the third was made just recently for daily vlogs.

More than 2.2 billion views are expected on his channels.

He appeared in a handful of short films as well as producing and hosting Escape the Night, an unscripted, unrehearsed web series distributed by YouTube as a contestant on the 22nd and 24th seasons of The Amazing Race.

Liza Koshy, Shane Dawson, Colleen Ballinger, and Rosanna Pansino appear in all four seasons.

Early life and education

Graceffa was born in Marlborough, Massachusetts, the son of Debbie O'Connor and Joe Graceffa. Through his mother and his stepfather, Bob, he has two siblings, an older sister named Nicole, and a younger half brother named Jett who has autism. Graceffa's mother suffered with her son's health problems when she resorted to alcohol to cope with her mother's illnesses. Graceffa was around 12 years old when they first began. He graduated from Marlborough High School in 2009, according to his book In Real Life. He had intended to Emerson College but was turned down. Graceffa had enrolled at Fitchburg State College with the intention of majoring in film but the school was forced to cancel after one year.


Joey Graceffa Career


Graceffa and his high school buddy Brittany Joyal started posting videos on YouTube. Joey Graceffa, who started posting videos on his own channel in 2009, began posting videos. He joined the StyleHaul YouTube network in 2013. Graceffa's channel includes regular vlogs. His main YouTube channel alone has more than 9.4 million subscribers as of April 2022. He has over 2.6 million followers and over 620 million views on his second YouTube channel dedicated to his gaming, with over 2.6 billion views totaling more than 2.6 billion views. He also has more than 3.9 million Twitter followers and more than 5.5 million Instagram followers.

On The Amazing Race 22, Graceffa and fellow YouTube star Meghan Camarena were contestants. The two made it to the tenth leg before being eliminated. Graceffa told an interviewer, "There were a few bad times in the past, but overall, it was still good." It was an amazing experience, and I'd love to do it again." The two teams then team up again to compete in The Amazing Race: All-Stars.

Graceffa appeared in his own web series titled Storytellers in late 2013 and early 2014. Graceffa's campaign was funded by Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns. They raised over $140,000 and $30,000, respectively, but reports indicate that some of the project's backers haven't been given monetary or financial compensation for funding the initiative.

Graceffa appeared in his own short film Eon in 2014. Graceffa appeared in Ethereal alongside Joey Pollari in the same year. Graceffa appeared in several BlackBoxTV short films from 2012 to 2014. Throughout 2013, and 2014, he appeared in the Fine Brothers online movie MyMusic. At the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, Graceffa was nominated for two awards. At the 2014 Streamy Awards for his portrayal of Hunter Crowley in Storytellers. Graceffa was selected as one of "Your Kids Love" by Common Sense Media.

Graceffa appeared in an episode of the CONtv reality television series Fight of the Living Dead, directed by fellow YouTuber Justine Ezarik, in March 2015.

Graceffa released "Don't Wait" on May 16, 2015, as part of a music video. It's a strange fantasy fairytale tale starring goblins, a witch, and a prince. Graceffa, dressed as a prince, is seen kissing Daniel Preda, his male co-star. It had more than 24 million viewers by October 2016, according to the website. Graceffa revealed on YouTube on May 18, 2015 that he is gay. Graceffa explained that the reason he waited so long to go online was because "there was a lot of anxiety about going out online because it wasn't legal to be gay" because it wasn't accepted to be gay; it was looked down on." "I definitely feel more open and free being who I am," he continued to state, and I suspect a lot of other people have done the same and been invited to visit their friends and families."

Graceffa published a memoir titled In Real Life: My Journey to a Pixelated World on May 19, 2015, which was published by Keywords Press. Among other things, he addresses being bullied and feeling lonely in school, his mother's alcoholism, his younger brother's autism, the start of his YouTube career, and his road to self-acceptance. In July 2015, his book became a New York Times Best Seller on the "celebrities" list, and the front was updated to reflect his recognition.

In a video titled "OUR LOVE STORY," Graceffa revealed that he has been in a relationship with Daniel Preda since July 2014. "It's a good thing" is the Italian word for "aim."

Graceffa posted the following message on his YouTube video on June 21, 2016. "He's starting "Crystal Wolf" a crystal-based jewelry collection, according to the author. Crystal Wolf Co's Summer Solstice Collection debuted on June 7, 2017, as well as the Crystal nail polish for the overall Summer Collection.

Graceffa premiered, starred, and published the first episode of a YouTube premium mini-web series called Escape the Night starring Shane Dawson, Eva Gutowski, Glozell Green, Timothy Delaghetto, Matthew Haag, Sierra Furtado, Matthew Haag, Lele Pons, Lele Pons, and Lele Pons, along with other YouTubers. Over 24 million viewers have watched the first episode. Graceffa premiered, starred, and released the first episode of his YouTube Premium web series Escape the Night's season 2 on June 22, 2017. Liza Koshy, Alex Wassabi, Lauren Riihimaki, DeStorm Power, Gabbie Hanna, Jesse Wellens, Tyler Oakley, and Tana Mongeau are among the season's stars, including Liza Koshy, Alex Wassabi, Lauren Riihimaki, DeStorm Power, Jesse Wellens, Andrea Russett, Tyler Oakley. Graceffa's first episode of Escape The Night starring Graceffa, Nikita Dragun, Teala Dunn, Safiya Nygaard, Roi Wassabi (Guava Juice), Rosanna Pansino, Matthew Patrick, and Colleen Ballinger appeared on June 21, 2018. Graceffa presented the first episode of the fourth season of Escape The Night, starring Graceffa, Rosanna Pansino, Alex Wassabi, Timothy Delaghetto, DeStorm Power, DeStorm Power, Justine Ezarik, Colleen Mongeau, Samantha Patrick, Matthew Patrick, and Liza Koshy.

Graceffa and co-author Laura L. Sullivan published a young adult novel titled Children of Eden on October 4, 2016. Keywords Press published it on October 4, 2016. Rowen, a second child who is marked with death due to Eden's population control, and a young boy who has escaped from a journey after sixteen years of hiding, is the book. In the week of October 23, 2016, his book was a New York Times Best Seller on the "Young Adult Hardcover" list. Readers on Goodreads and Amazon have praised the book, with four and five star reviews dominating. Critics have not always been positive, though Geek Speak Magazine's Rachel Hyland wrote, "Graceffa knows a lot about YA dystopian conventions, and they are all present andaccounted for here." This is by no means a bad thing — an enjoyable romp through this genre doesn't necessarily require too much deviation (no pun intended) from the established rules — but it is worth noting that most of Eden's content has occurred before, in one way or another. Nonetheless, it's amusing to see how these ever-trusty pieces are put together, and there is a nice spin on the once-essential love triangle, which is actually pretty awesome."

Graceffa revealed on January 6, 2017 that he would be playing an extra in the full-length feature film The Space Between Us. The film, which was first released in the United States on February 3, 2017, follows a teen boy (Asa Butterfield), who lives on Mars and who travels to Earth. The pair soon formed a new friendship after uniting with his long-distant friend (Britt Robertson).

Graceffa revealed on his YouTube video on May 16, 2017: "MOST INSANE BIRTHDAY SURPRISE EVER!" Children of Eden is the sequel to his young adult book Children of Eden. Elites of Eden, a sequel to Eden, follows an Elite and a lilac-haired girl, Yarrow and Lark. The collision of memories brings these two girls' lives together, and Eden will never be the same. Rowan's destiny is uncertain, although she was captured by the government.

Graceffa's 27th birthday in a YouTube video uploaded on May 16, 2018: Rebels of Eden, Eden's final book in his "Children of Eden" series, Rebels of Eden. On October 2, 2018, it became available.

Graceffa and Preda announced that they had broken up after six years of dating in a YouTube video posted on Graceffa's main channel on July 12, 2020.


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