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Felicia A. O’Dell Wiki/Biography
Felicia A. O’Dell as born on 7 May 1957 in Yuma, Arizona USA, one of 10 siblings, and was best known as Auntie Fee, a YouTube content creator who had the self-entitled YouTube cooking channel, with more than 600,000 subscribers. She passed away in 2017.
So just how rich was Auntie Fee? According to authoritative sources, this YouTube star had a net worth of over $350,000, eventually accumulated from her three-year career in the mentioned field. As Fee was a YouTuber, she was paid every time an ad was shown in her videos.
Auntie Fee Net Worth $350,000
Fee moved to Los Angeles and spent her formative years there, and reportedly started learned how to cook at the age of nine, and enjoyed preparing meals for her father. Some of the first meals Fee made were red beans and rice, hog’s head cheese, and gambo. However, her relationship with her father was difficult, as they grew apart when she told him that she was pregnant at the age of 15. Auntie Fee was a student of John C. Fremont High School, however, she didn’t finish her education, as she dropped out due to drug-related problems. Fee was arrested for running drugs out of her home, and spent time in prison in Arkansas – she stated that she spent 10 years there out of 20, and claimed to have taken responsibility for a crime she didn’t commit, but details of what she was referring to are unclear.
Auntie Fee was released from jail in 1992, and thereafter remained drug-free. However, she didn’t make her YouTube debut until 2014, and became a sensation shortly after that. Her first video was entitled ‘‘Auntie Fee: How to Feed Seven People with just $3.’’, which has been watched by more than 3.8 million people as of today. Continuing to work at a rapid pace, Auntie made more videos such as ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Sweet Treats For the Kids’’ and ‘‘Leave Auntie Fee Alone’’, with the former having more than 5.1 million views and the latter 459,000. Continuing to regularly upload her videos, Fee’s channel was growing and she was steadily attracting more subscribers. At the end of July, Fee uploaded yet another popular video, ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Baked Chicken’’, which got more than 2.5 million views. In early August, she made more videos, such as ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Egg Rolls’’, which has been watched over a million times. Additionally, she uploaded non-cooking related videos, including ‘‘Auntie Fee at TMZ’’ and ‘‘Auntie Fee at TMZ Part 2’’.
When it comes to Fee’s most popular videos, aside from ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Sweet Treats for Kids’’, ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Shrimp’’ has been watched more than a million times, ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Turkey Wings’’ has gained over 750,000 views, similarly ‘‘Auntie Fee’s Strawberry Short Cake Part 1’’.
Fee’s latest videos were recorded shortly before her death in 2017. However, after her death, her family uploaded videos such as ‘‘In Loving Memory of Auntie Fee’’, which has been viewed more than 385,000 times and ‘‘Auntie Fee Lemon Pepper Fried Chicken part 1’’. Overall, this channel has uploaded more than 297 videos.
In her private life, she was married to Tommy Hunter until her death, and they had three sons. Fee died on 18 March 2017, after having chest pains for a couple of days before her death. Her funeral was held on 1 April and was live-streamed on Facebook. Fee was active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram, and was followed by 9,000 people on the former, and almost 90,000 people on the latter.
|Date Of Birth||May 7, 1957|
|Died||March 17, 2017|
|Place Of Birth||Yuma, Arizona, USA|
|Education||John C. Fremont High School|
|Movies||Hogan (2017), Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016)|
|Barbershop: The Next Cut||2016||completed||Madea|
|Last Call||2015/VIII||Short||Ms. O'Dell|
|Last Call||2015/VIII||Short associate producer|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2014||TV Series||Herself|