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Molly Templeton at the Streamy Awards 2010
Born (1989-10-25) 25 October 1989 (age 30)
Years active2006–present
Known for vlogging, Rocketboom
Mike Rugnetta(m. 2017)
Internet information
Web alias(es)mememolly
Web hosting service(s) YouTube

Molly Templeton (born 25 October 1989), known by her stage name Mememolly (me-me-molly) is a Canadian British Internet personality. She hosted the video blog Rocketboom from July 2009 to July 2011. [1] [2]



Templeton started making YouTube videos in her bedroom when she was 16.[ citation needed ] After a few years working independently in web video and studying fine art at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, she went to New York to host, write and produce at Rocketboom. [3] [4] In July 2011 she left Rocketboom and was later employed by My Damn Channel as Director of Talent & Audience Development. [3] [5]

Templeton's mememolly channel on YouTube was once No. 10 on the all-time most-subscribed list for the UK. [1] As of September 2014 the channel has over hundred thousand subscribers and 53 million video views. [1] [6]

Personal life

Templeton was born and raised in Beaconsfield, England. [1] Since July 2017, she is married to fellow internet personality Mike Rugnetta. [7] She currently[ when? ] lives in New York. [3]

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