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Emily Hartridge (1986–2019)


British YouTube Emily Hartridge's lifestyle, fitness and travel videos drew nearly 350,000 subscribers. She also worked on a British television series called, "Oh S**t, I'm 30." The 35-year-old was one of the first wave of social media stars, becoming famous seven years ago for her "Ten Reasons Why ..." videos that took a comic look at modern life... See full bio »

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Sketch My Life Actress
(2014)
Online and Lying Self - Presenter
(2014)

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 2014 Sketch My Life (TV Series short)
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 2018 Mind Media Awards 2018 (TV Special)
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 2016 Oh Shit I'm 30 (TV Series documentary)
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- Girl Meets Girls ... Self
- Eat Yourself Rich ... Self
 2014 Online and Lying (TV Mini Series documentary)
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 2014 The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night (TV Movie)
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Started her own series of videos on YouTube called "10 Reasons why...".


Height:

5' 10¾" (1.8 m)
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On July 12, 2019, Hartridge was killed while travelling down Queenstown Road in Battersea, south London, when her electric scooter collided with a truck at about 8:30 am. Emergency services were called, but Hartridge was pronounced dead by the London ambulance service at the scene. She was 36. Her death became UK's first fatal scooter accident.

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