Bonnie Hoellein is a popular YouTuber, who creates content about family life, kids, pregnancy, etc. She is also noted for being a member of the family in which almost everyone is a popular YouTuber, as her sisters are Ruby Franke, Julie Deru and Ellie Mecham have millions of subscribers on their YouTube channels.
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- 1 Early life and family
- 2 Educational background
- 3 Career
- 4 Personal life, husband Joel Hoellein
- 5 Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
- 6 Appearance, clothing style
- 7 Net worth and salary
Early life and family
Bonnie Griffiths was born on 27 November 1985, in Utah USA, so her zodiac sign is Sagittarius, and she holds American nationality. Bonnie was born to Chad and Jennifer Griffiths, and apart from previously mentioned three sisters, has a brother, Beau Griffiths. All in all, Bonnie’s parents have 17 grandchildren, and all members of the Griffiths’ family are stars of their family show “A Griffiths Life Vlogs”, launched on YouTube. They’ve also started their own channels on the social media platform, attracting millions of subscribers.
Sister, Ruby Franke
Bonnie’s eldest sister, Ruby Franke is often called “The Matriarch”, as being the oldest daughter in the Griffiths’ family she takes a lot of responsibilities for her siblings and parents. Ruby married Kevin Franke, an experienced geotechnical & earthquake engineering consultant, and shares details of their married life and six children – Abby, Chad, Russell, Eve, Shari and Julie – through their channel “8 Passengers”, revealing secrets of their time management successes, parenting tips and funny moments of their life with their children, which is often a hurrah’s nest. As of 2020, the channel has around 2.5 million subscribers; among their most popular videos are such clips as “So Am I Sick?”, which has over 20 million views, and “BABY climbs out of crib!!!”, which has over 19 million views.
Sister, Ellie Mecham
Bonnie’s other older sister, Ellie Mecham, is also a YouTube star.
Her family channel “Ellie and Jared” which she created along with her husband, Jared Mecham, has 1.6 million subscribers. Ellie and Jared are appreciated by the audience for sharing not only happy moments of their life, but also explaining how they overcame such difficulties as family fights, diseases and miscarriages. After giving birth to two boys – Jackson Clark in 2014 and Calvin Scott born in 2016 – Ellie experienced three miscarriages during 2017, which had the whole family down.
They decided not to share the news about another pregnancy until they were sure the baby is safe – she birth to another boy, Tommy Joel, 2018. After a very intensive vlogging schedule, Ellie and Jared have taken a break from regular uploading. Nevertheless, they keep on posting videos from time to time and are planning to launch their podcast.
Sister, Julie Deru, and brother, Beau Griffiths
Unlike the other members of the family, Bonnie’s sister Julie Deru and her brother Beau Griffiths are minor stars in their vlogging diaspora. Julie and her husband Landon Deru have their YouTube channel “Deru Crew Vlogs”, which has around 200,000 subscribers – they also upload parenting tips and their life updates on videos – Julie is a registered nurse.
As to Beau Griffiths, he also has a YouTube channel (“A Griffiths Life”) which he manages along with his wife Emily. They have two kids, Katy and Henry. Beau is keen on education and work; he has a BS in electrical engineering, which he obtained fromUtah State University; after that he graduated from Arizona State University with an MD in electrical, electronics and communications engineering. Beau held the position of an avionics engineer for NASA.
Bonnie matriculated from her local high school in Utah in 2003. Later she enrolled at Utah State University, graduating from there with a BA in business communication.
Bonnie created her YouTube channel in March 2013, and started uploading various beauty videos and make-up tutorials, attracting more and more subscribers and viewers. Some of them came from the channel of her parents, which at first was called “A Griffiths Life Vlog”, and then renamed to “Grandma and Grandpa Griffiths”. As of 2020, Bonnie’s channel has over 1.25 million subscribers. She shares a lot of videos on multiple surgeries the members of Hoellein family have experienced. Thus, she vlogged about her tonsils being removed, her husband’s hair transplantation, about her gynecological surgery, etc.
When it's your day off and you haven't had a good night of sleep in a long time… 😴😡🗡️😅
— BonnieHoelleinGIFS (@HoelleinGIFS) March 18, 2020
Some of her viewers get annoyed with the detail she provides while telling the story of her medical examinations and manipulations, but some people like her honesty and ask for more videos. Among Bonnie’s most popular videos there is one she has posted in terms of Jimmy Kimmel’s challenge “Hey Jimmy Kimmel I Told My Kid I Ate All Their Halloween Candy”. Bonnie’s video about telling her sons, Cody and Lincoln, that she ate all their Halloween candies went viral, as many other videos posted for that challenge, and she soon attracted more than a million subscribers to her channel. As of 2020, her most popular video is entitled “MERMAID CAVE”. which has over 48 million views.
In 2018 Bonnie created “Griffiths Family Recipes” cookbook, gathering 130 recipes they use on a daily basis.
The book was compiled with the help of all other members of the family, including Bonnie’s parents, Chad and Jennifer, who shared their recipe of bottled tomatoes (which in fact they grew in their backyard garden). The book was launched in a limited edition with a hardcover, and later with a soft cover. Bonnie encouraged her subscribers to share their videos on YouTube showing them trying the recipes from the book. She also filmed the video “Making of the Griffiths Family Cookbook”, which is posted on her parents’ channel.
Apparel line “Bollie Brand”
As Bonnie struggled a lot with gaining and then losing weight many times, she felt very uncomfortable when she couldn’t find the clothes that would make her look and feel well. In 2019 Bonnie launched her own clothes line “Bollie Brand”, which also includes Plus Sizes (up to XXXL).
Bonnie was granted a live TV segment on FOX 13 program “The Place”, in which she shared the details of her upcoming collection. Her sister Ellie Mecham is the co-creator of the line.
Personal life, husband Joel Hoellein
Bonnie met Joel Hoellein in high school, and they dated for several years before they eventually married. The couple has four children Olivia, Lincoln, Cody and Boston, all of whom feature frequently in her YouTube videos. Joel helps his wife a lot with managing her social media accounts, and providing massive support when Bonnie needs to undergo surgery. Joel was born on 31 January 1986, in Utah.
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
Just as all other members of her big family, Bonnie is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, so she is a Mormon.
Bonnie has struggled with her rosacea since her teenage years; she uses various make-up tips to cover the redness of her face, but admits that being nervous makes it worse, so she tries to worry less and not to overthink the situations she can’t change or influence. Bonnie had her tonsils out in 2017. When Bonnie’s daughter, Olivia, was a little baby she had to get tubes put in her eyes for her tear ducts as they were not functioning correctly which cost a lot, and as Joel was still in college they were broken.
Their eldest son Cody was only one year old, but they took him with them to visit Olivia in hospital – Olivia got her tubes out, and woke up in hysteria, but soon calmed down and could be taken home.
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Appearance, clothing style
Bonnie has middle length brown hair (which she cut shorter in 2018; before that she only wore it very long) and green eyes. She likes making tight curls and braids. Bonnie is 5ft 4ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 149lbs (68kgs); her vital statistics are not available at the moment.
Net worth and salary
As of 2020, Bonnie’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. Her YouTube channel has a net worth of over $800,000. She earns up to $1,545 per sponsored post on her Instagram account, as she has numerous commercial contracts with various brands, such as “Piece By Culture” jewelry, “RetailMeNot” medications online ordering website, and many others.