Rachel Meyer Bio

Check out all that you wanted to know about Rachel Meyer, the famous YouTuber; her birthday, personal life, trivia facts and lots more.

Quick Facts

Nick Name: Bunny Meyer, Grav3yardgirl, Swamp Queen

Birthday: August 3, 1985

Nationality: American

Age: 34 Years, 34 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Leo

Born in: Houston, TX, USA

Famous as: YouTube Star

Height: 5'5" (165 cm), 5'5" Females

City: Houston, Texas

U.S. State: Texas

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Rachel Meyer, or Bunny, as her fans call her, is a famous American YouTube star well known for the ‘Does This Thing Really Work?!’, ‘First Impression Friday’ and ‘Follow Me Around’ series on her channel ‘grav3yardgirl.’ Initially her videos dealt mainly with her visits to the graveyards, and the paranormal experiences she underwent there. She recently shifted her focus towards fashion and her videos on beauty hacks have won her diehard fans from across the globe. Her videos mainly comprise make-up tutorials, 'Outfit of the day', and 'Follow Me Around' clips. Her video, ‘I am Flawed (imperfections tag),’ in which Bunny talks about why she doesn't bother about not being perfect, makes her special and differentiates her from other YouTube celebrities. This pretty, loud, and supercool woman is one of the most popular YouTubers.

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The Meteoric Rise to Stardom
  • Rachel “Bunny” Meyer was once a fashion designer but a fateful incident changed the course of her career—and life. Her career on YouTube began after she met with an accident that left her unable to sew. She wanted to do something new, and therefore created her channel named ‘grav3yardgirl,’ on YouTube in 2010. Having started her career as a paranormal video blogger, she in the course of time, also became famous for her videos on fashion and beauty. ‘The scariest ghost hunting experience I’ve ever had’, ‘Huge Shoe Collection’, ‘All About My Tattoos’, ‘Squeezy Freezy - Does This Thing Really Work’, and ‘Uncommon Objects Haul!’ are a few of her videos which prove that this girl is multi-talented.
  • Her ‘Does This Really Work?’ series is another milestone in her successful online career. In this web series, Bunny tries parody for reviewing beauty products including nail art and stick-in eyelashes. Besides paranormal and make-up vlogs, she sometimes does collabs and challenges like the ‘Pringles taste test challenge’. Her audience admires her for her originality—she does not try to be someone she's not. ‘Does This Thing Really Work?,’ ‘Wreck-It Wednesdays,’ ‘First Impression Fridays,’ ‘Monthly Favorites,’ ‘Outfit of the Day,’ ‘Follow Me Around,’ ‘Shoe Unboxings,’ ‘Swamp Family Mail,’ ‘Tea Vlogs,’ and ‘Thrift Hauls’ are some of her famous series. In 2014, Bunny got nominated for the Teen Choice Awards for Choice Web Star: Fashion/ Beauty.
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Controversies & Scandals
  • Bunny kicked up a storm after she posted her scathingly negative review on the beauty brand ‘Lime Crime’. She later deleted the video and also posted her opinion on her Facebook page. Her reviews related to other brands such as ‘Sephora’ and ‘Urban Outfitters’ also led her to controversies, but Bunny still continues to review their products online. She encountered a problem with ‘Forever 21’, a clothing retailer, as well when she suggested a boycott on their products after having an embarrassing experience with their rude customer service staff.
Behind the Curtains
  • Bunny was born as Rachel Marie Meyer on August 3, 1985 in Houston, TX. She was a fashion designer before she entered YouTube. Her career in designing ended after she met with a car accident. She could not sew anymore, and it was then that this gutsy lady decided to choose YouTube as another career option. She is down-to-earth and has a goofy sense of humor. She also loves tattoos, creepy old dolls, and making outrageously funny faces. She currently lives in Pearland, Texas, and is in a relationship with 'Dogman', who is sometimes featured in her videos. Bunny has a black cat named Boris. She also has a tattoo on her left wrist that says ‘Real Horrorshow,’ in cursive.

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