Lisa Schwartz is the party girl in all of us.
The 33-year-old YouTuber co-created a scripted comedy called "Party Girl" about a twenty-something trying to make her way through adulthood while working at a children's birthday party company in Los Angeles, and it's all based on her real life!
Lisa tells us "Party Girl" is specifically "about my life as a birthday party princess, which is what I did before I was a YouTuber. I'm really excited! It's a dark comedy, and it's so great and so crazy."
Lisa's comedic side has helped her reach 2 million YouTube subscribers and 389,000 followers on Twitter. Here are the 10 times she made us not only LOL, but totally relate.
1. She loves her dog.
"So I have a dog that I use a lot on my channel, her name's Corny," she says. "I was in the mall, and sometimes when you're in the mall, kids will yell your name or you'll hear a gasp and you act all coy and turn around. But this time I heard and gasp and thought 'Okay,' and I turn around and they shout 'Oh my god, it's Corny's mom.' And I was like 'Wow. I've never been more proud in my entire life.'"
2. If she wasn't a YouTuber, she'd have a surprisingly normal job.
"I really love kids and I love teaching," she said. "I actually own a children's theater studio, so I think I'd be a full-time teacher."
3. And then there's what she's most proud of.
"I think involving my friends and my family in my channel because in years to come, I can look back on these and see memories with them," Lisa explained.
4. She doesn't just watch YouTube videos.
"I'll watch anything on Netflix or HBO," she said. "And I'm proud to say, that without getting up from the couch, I watched two full seasons of 'Broad City' and I would do it again in a heartbeat. I just hauled through."
5. She likes a good New York Times Bestseller.
"I have 'The Girl on the Train' and also 'Big Magic,'" she revealed. "I like those self-empowering books."
6. She knows that summer should be spent outdoors.
When asked about the summer movie she wants to see, she said, "You should be outside, not in a movie theater."
7. She gets creative in the shower.
How does Lisa get ideas for her videos? "Sometimes I'm in the shower and it comes out," she admitted.
8. If she met Zac Efron, it would be a dream come true.
"I would throw up so hard and then probably pee my pants," Lisa confessed.
9. Her advice is all about finding your passion, too.
"Be passionate about what you're putting out," she advised about going into the YouTube space. "Because if you're not passionate about it, no one is going to be passionate about watching it."
10. How does she stay so positive and happy?
She gave us one word: "Wine."
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