Mamrie Hart is an actress, comedian, and New York Times bestselling author who established a standout presence in the pop-culture zeitgeist with her hit YouTube channel, You Deserve a Drink. Reaching more than three million followers across her social media channels, and with more than eighty-four million views on YouTube, Mamrie's influence as a creator earned her a coveted position on Variety's annual list of Hollywood's New Leaders 2016 and a spot on The Hollywood Reporter's 2017 Digital Disrupters list. In 2016, Mamrie wrote, executive-produced, and starred-in Lionsgate's feature-length comedy Dirty 30. Her other writing and acting credits include Camp Takota, a feature that outperformed Oscar-nominated films on iTunes' top downloaded movies chart during the week leading up to the Academy Awards. Mamrie is from middle-of-nowhere North Carolina. She now lives in Los Angeles with her tiny hairless dog, Beanz.
Praise for You Deserve a Drink "My mom and I had Mamrie on In Bed with Joan and we absolutely fell in love with her! She carries her wit in the palm of her hand, usually along with a delicious cocktail. In this book, Mamrie breaks into hilarious as easily as she drops into poignant. A girl who holds the torch for all the funny and smart ladies out there!"--Melissa Rivers "I loved this book. Mamrie Hart is hilariously brilliant, and really puts things in perspective with You Deserve a Drink. Specifically that I do deserve a drink. And the only person I feel like having one with right now is her."--Judy Greer, actress and author of I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star "You know that voice you have inside that tells you not to do certain things because they are reckless, embarrassing, or socially unacceptable? Mamrie Hart does not have that voice. She does it all and tells it all in You Deserve a Drink."--Rachel Dratch, SNL alum and author of Girl Walks into a Bar . . . "This book is way better than my book."--Hannah Hart, New York Times bestselling author of My Drunk Kitchen "You Deserve a Drink is like a night out with Mamrie Hart: charmingly weird and hilariously memorable. All that's missing is the hangover."--Tyler Oakley, Youtube star "Lowbrow/brilliant."--New York magazine's "Approval Matrix" "An entirely hilarious read that will delight her current fans . . . and entice new readers who have enjoyed recent books by other humor heavy-hitters (Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling)."--SheKnows.com "Sassy, foul-mouthed, funny, and fearless . . . I like this book so much I can't decide whom to loan it to first."--News & Observer (Raleigh, NC)