YouTube sensation Eva Gutowski (better known as MyLifeAsEva) is a fashion, lifestyle and comedy vlogger with over 6 Million YouTube Subscribers and 16M followers across social media. Each week, Eva shares comedy sketches, travel footage, Tumblr-inspired DIYs and outfits, and more.
Born in Brea, California, Eva is currently a student at Cal State Fullerton majoring in Broadcasting. It was Eva’s passion for television news and blogging that led her to start a YouTube channel in 2012. Once she discovered the YouTube community filled with fellow Internet-loving geeks, there was no turning back. Eva is currently in the Top 100 fastest growing channels on all of YouTube and is the #1 fastest growing channel in the Fullscreen Network (per Social Blade).
Eva is the co-host of Vevo’s #1 original series “#DIYourSelfie” and has worked with major brands including Chevy, Proactiv, Macy’s, Kohl’s and more. Recent brand successes include Sperry Top-Siders in Journeys shoe stores. Sperry reported an increase in sales of 181% to the SKUs promoted.
In 2015, Eva’s first original, satirical single “Literally, My Life” became #1 on iTunes Comedy for the year. The music video is currently her Most Popular video ever with over 34M Total Views.
In August 2015, Eva premiered her first original, scripted series How to Survive High School on YouTube.com/MyLifeAsEva. The first five episodes have over 42M Total Videos including over 21M on the finale. The series is officially the #1 Most Viewed Scripted Series on YouTube.
Additionally, Eva headlined the U.S.-based tour “Girls Night In” appearing in 20 cities across the country (Fall 2015) and appeared in the “Amplify” tour in Australia (April 2016).
In February 2017, Eva released “My Life As Eva: The Struggle is Real” through Simon and Schuster’s Gallery Books.
In March 2017, Eva will premiere her first half-hour comedy “Me and My Grandma” starring TV comedy legend Rhea Perlman. All six episodes of season one will be available on YouTube Red and Google Play.
Eva has been featured in People, AdWeek, Fast Company, Seventeen magazine, The Today Show, 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards, and more.