• Michelle Khare is an American YouTuber who has achieved stardom with her unique character
• She has a mixed ancestry, her father is from India and her mother is American
• She graduated from Dartmouth University with a degree in digital arts and media technology
• She has her own YouTube channel, where she uploads new content regularly
• She is engaged to Garrett Kennell, a film director, and they will marry soon
Who is Michelle Khare?
Michelle Khare is an American YouTube personality, who has achieved stardom thanks to her unique character, as unlike other streaming and lifestyle video creators, Michelle is completely different. She has done the “Challenge Accepted” series, in which she tries and completes some of the toughest challenges, such as training at the FBI Academy, and also working as a Network TV show host, among other accomplishments.
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Michelle Khare Biography- Age, Childhood, and Education
Michelle Khare was born on the 10th August 1992, in Shreveport, Louisiana USA; she is of mixed ancestry, as her father is from India, while her mother is American. She hasn’t disclosed the names of her parents, but has said that they married in 1987. She has a younger sister, Madeline, born in 1995. Growing up in a small town, Michelle had problems because of her darker skin color, and was bullied and teased by her peers in school, but thanks to her close relationship with the family, she wasn’t scared of this behaviour.
After high school, Michelle Khare enrolled at Dartmouth University in New Hampshire, from which she graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in digital arts and media technology, and thus became the first member of the family to attend university outside the state of Louisiana. At first, she struggled at the university, feeling homesick, and fell into the downward spiral of partying and drinking. However, thanks to Shonda Rhimes, another Dartmouth Alumni, she snapped out of it, and focused on studying. She even interned with companies such as Google and Carousel Productions.
Michelle started her career as an intern at The Croods and Everest, working there from January to April of 2013 as one of the assistants on event planning and travel details. After this, she was an intern at DreamWorks in its brand marketing department. Michelle continued with internships and from DreamWorks, she for Lionsgate, working particularly on the film “Snitch”; in the ending scene, she appeared next to Dwayne Johnson.
Her hard work finally paid off in 2014 when she officially became a part of BuzzFeed Motion Pictures, where she remained for the next three years, working on video production that covered such varied topics as cycling, immigration and extreme sports.
Rise to Prominence, Cycling
She was becoming more popular with the BuzzFeed community, and started uploading videos to her YouTube channel, which she’d launched way back in 2007. In her first video, Michelle talked about how she got her job at BuzzFeed in the first place, and soon uploaded new videos with new content on a regular basis.
You can find out how she became a professional athlete in just two years and how she focused on becoming a professional cyclist with the BMW Happy Tooth team. Although BuzzFeed helped her establish a name for herself, she left in 2017 and gave her own explanation of why she did it.
Michelle was becoming more successful and began working harder on her career to achieve stardom. She focused on training, and started the “Challenge Accepted” series on YouTube, while also launching the “MK Ultra” series, in which she tries completing various tasks such as training like Arya Stark from the popular TV series “Game of Thrones”, doing car stunts as in the film “Baby Driver”, and trying herself in the US Marine’s Bootcamp.
Recently, Michelle became a host of the HBO show “Karma” (2020), in which a group of sixteen boys and girls aged from 12 to 15 are off the grid, trying to solve puzzles and overcome physical challenges, though the laws of karma apply.
Michelle Khare Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance
Michelle Khare is a young YouTube star, but she is so much more than that, as she has tried herself in many areas when given opportunities. Her net worth has increased in the last few years, and according to sources, Michelle’s net worth is as high as $350,000, as of mid-2020.
Michelle Khare stands at 5ft 2ins (1.57m) tall, while she weighs approximately 119lbs ~ 53kgs. She has black hair and brown eyes.
Michelle Khare Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Married?
Michelle doesn’t talk much about her private life, but some details have been revealed with the help of her videos. She isn’t married, but she is engaged to her fiancé Garrett Kennell – the two became engaged in April 2010, and the wedding date is yet to be set. She has shared her happiness and gratitude for being able to marry a man of a different race, as she is half Indian and laws existed against mixed marriages in the southern US up until 2000, just 20 years ago.
Garrett is a young and prominent film director, who until now has mostly worked on short films, and also helped Michelle film her own web series for YouTube.
Michelle Khare News, Facts
Because of her most recent success and her ability to adapt to many of the challenges she has completed, Michelle got in the news. She was featured in Marvel’s article about her training session, inspired by the Marvel’s character Black Widow. Furthermore, Khare also reached the news when she was announced as the host of the competition show “Karma”.
Before she left BuzzFeed in 2017, she was involved in a minor controversy, when she refused to make comments on the firing of a few of her colleagues.