Charli D’Amelio is an American social media personality and dancer who was born in May 1, 2004 in Norwalk, Connecticut and also raised in there. She first became active on Instagram in 2016 and often posts throwback pictures of herself and her sister. She began her TikTok channel in June 2019.
Since then, her content has mainly consisted of videos dancing to trending songs on the platform. The dancer has been called “the reigning TikTok queen” by the New York Times.
Name : Charli Grace D’Amelio
Known as : Charli D’Amelio
Date of Birth : May 1, 2004
Age : 16
Birthplace : Norwalk, Connecticut, U.S.
Nationality : American
Occupation : Social media personalitydancer
Years active : 2019–present
Known for : TikTok
Channels : charli d’amelio
Genre : Vlog
Subscribers : 9.22 million
Total views : 232 million
Creator Awards : YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers in 2019
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers in 2020
Family members & Education –
Father : Marc D’Amelio
He is a former Republican Connecticut Senate Candidate, Clothing Business Owner, and TikToker.
Mother : Heidi D’Amelio
She is a photographer, TikToker, and Former Model.
Sister : Dixie (TikTok Celebrity and YouTuber)
Marital Status : Unmarried
Affairs/Boyfriends : Chase Hudson (TikTok Celebrity and Co-founder of The Hype House) (January 2020-April 2020)
Physical Appearance –
Height : (in centimeters)- 160 cm
(in meters)- 1.60 m
(in feet & inches)- 5’ 3”
Weight : Not Known
Eye Color : Green
Hair Color : Brown
Charli aspires to be a professional dancer one day, and she has been competitively dancing since she was five years old. Right now, though, she’s focusing on TikTok and her newfound fame. Charli was a member of the Los Angeles creative collective “Hype House” with fellow TikTok and YouTube stars like Chase Hudson and Addison Rae. However, in May 2020, Charli and her sister Dixie left the house after the house became more of a business. In 2020, Charlie dnated $50,000 to her local hospital, Norwalk Hospital, to help them get critical supplies amid the COVID-19 pandemic