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|Fact||Lives in Los Angeles with wife, Jill Arthur, and children, Benjamin and Natalie.|
Kat Blaque is an American YouTuber, vlogger, and activist who focuses on topics surrounding race, gender, and sexuality. She has been active on YouTube since 2011, and her videos have been viewed over 50 million times. She has also been featured in several publications, including The Huffington Post, The Guardian, and Cosmopolitan.
Born in New Jersey in 1991, Kat Blaque is the child of a black mother and a white father. She has two older sisters. Blaque was homeschooled for much of her childhood and began college at the age of 16. She later transferred to Rutgers University, where she studied psychology and women’s studies.
After graduating from college, Blaque began working as a makeup artist. She also started creating videos for her YouTube channel, which she had created in 2011. Her videos cover a wide range of topics, including race, gender, and sexuality. In addition to her YouTube channel, Blaque also has a blog and a podcast.
Blaque has been featured in several publications, including The Huffington Post, The Guardian, and Cosmopolitan. She has also been interviewed by NPR and BBC Radio. In 2017, she was named one of the “100 Most Influential People in Digital Media” by Business Insider.
Blaque is in a relationship with fellow YouTuber Tyler Oakley. The couple has been together since 2014 and live in Los Angeles, California.
Looool. Guys this is killing me I can't stop laughing pic.twitter.com/mKXGuc6TAb
— Kat Blaque (@kat_blaque) October 13, 2022
|Nominations||Shorty Award for LGBTQ+ YouTube Channel|
|1||Worked in journalism at The New Republic magazine, Newsweek, Premiere, Slate and the New York Times.|
|2||Graduated Harvard College.|
|3||Lives in Los Angeles with wife, Jill Arthur, and children, Benjamin and Natalie.|
|Married||2015||TV Series supervising producer - 13 episodes|
|Hart of Dixie||2014-2015||TV Series producer - 2 episodes|
|Life with Boys||2012-2013||TV Series co-executive producer - 6 episodes|
|Call Me Fitz||2010||TV Series co-executive producer - 13 episodes|
|Mental||2009||TV Series co-producer - 11 episodes|
|Jake in Progress||2006||TV Series consulting producer - 1 episode|
|Reba||TV Series supervising producer - 19 episodes, 2002 - 2003 consulting producer - 7 episodes, 2002|
|Danny||2001||TV Series consulting producer|
|Popular||1999||TV Series producer / supervising producer|
|Holding the Baby||1998||TV Series co-producer|
|All Yours||2016||TV Movie teleplay|
|Married||2015||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Hart of Dixie||2015||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Life with Boys||2012||TV Series teleplay - 1 episode|
|Call Me Fitz||2010||TV Series written by - 2 episodes|
|Hot for Teachers||2010||Video short|
|Mental||2009||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|Reba||2002-2003||TV Series written by - 2 episodes|
|Popular||1999-2001||TV Series written by - 5 episodes|
|Big Wolf on Campus||1999||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Holding the Baby||1998||TV Series writer|
|Something So Right||1998||TV Series 1 episode|
|Boston Common||TV Series 2 episodes, 1996 - 1997 writer - 1 episode, 1996|
|Partners||1995-1996||TV Series written by - 3 episodes|
|Something So Right||1998||TV Series executive story editor - 1 episode|
|Boston Common||1997||TV Series story editor - 2 episodes|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia