• Jaclyn Hill is a professional make-up artist and YouTube personality.
• She is known for her collaborations with Morphe Cosmetics and BECCA cosmetics.
• She has amassed over 5 million subscribers and her videos have been viewed over 375 million times.
• Her net worth is over $1.5 million.
• She is active on social media, with over 5.5 million followers on Instagram.

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SpouseJon Hill
FactTrained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Who is Jaclyn Hill?

Jaclyn Roxanne Eilers was born on the 20th July 1990 in Illinois, USA, and better known as Jaclyn Hill, is probably best recognized for being a YouTube personality, vlogger and professional make-up artist, who posts make-up tutorial videos, and is regarded as a beauty guru. She is also known for her collaborations with such beauty brands as Morphe Cosmetics and BECCA cosmetics.

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Early Life and Education

Jaclyn Hill spent one part of her childhood with an older brother and an older sister on a family farm near Mineral, Illinois, where they were raised by her mother Robin and father James Eilers. At the age of eight, her father was injured in a car accident that left him unable to walk, after which he claimed to have received a message from God, in which he was told to pursue missionary work and become an evangelist, so the family moved to Tampa, Florida. So for the next several years, the family traveled throughout the world preaching Christianity. Regarding her education, Jaclyn was homeschooled as a child, and later enrolled into university located in Sarasota, Florida to study Photography. However, there is no information in the media as to whether she graduated or not.
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Professional Makeup Artist Career

Jaclyn Hill launched her official YouTube channel in 2011, but even before that she had started working as a professional make-up artist at a MAC Cosmetics store. She started posting various make-up tutorials inspired by Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, and her YouTube channel rapidly began receiving attention, and the number of subscribers grew steadily thanks to her skills. Encouraged by her early success, Jaclyn continued to post various make-up tutorials, which caught the attention of several cosmetic companies, such as BECCA, an Australian cosmetics company, which offered her collaboration. So she eventually launched her own highlighter shade collection, named Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop, which increased enormously not only her popularity, but also her net worth.

In 2014, she posted the video “Kylie Jenner Inspired Make-up Tutorial”, which brought her more subscribers, and during the following year, she improved her career once again by collaborating with Morphe Cosmetics, to create the eyeshadow palette with her favorite Morphe eyeshadow products. Two years later, she created for them a new eyeshadow palette named the Jaclyn Hill Palette, helping add a considerable amount to her net worth.

To speak further about her career on YouTube, Jaclyn has so far amassed more than five million subscribers, while her videos have been viewed more than 375 million times in total, which has also added to her net worth. One of her videos features one of the most prominent reality stars, Kim Kardashian West, entitled “Get Ready With Me And Kim Kardashian”.

Jaclyn Hill Net Worth

Her career started in 2011, and since then, she has been an active member of the cosmetics industry, primarily known as a professional make-up artist and YouTube personality. So, if you ever wondered how rich Jaclyn Hill is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $1.5 million, accumulated through her successful career.

Personal Life

When it comes to speak about her personal life, Jaclyn Hill married drummer John Hill in August of 2009, but the couple filed for divorce in 2018. Her current residence is in Tampa, Florida, where she lives with her dogs. Jaclyn was raised as a devout Christian, and she has continued to practice it in her adult life and is regular at Bible Study group meetings.


Speaking about her appearance, Jaclyn is apparently regarded as beautiful young lady with long dark brown hair and green eyes. She is 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm) tall and her weight is reputed to be around 134 lbs (61 kg), while her vital statistics are 34-25-37.

Social Media Presence

In addition to her involvement in the beauty industry as a professional makeup artist, Jaclyn is quite active across many of the most popular social media sites, including her official Instagram account, on which she has more than 5.5 million followers, as well as Twitter account. Moreover, she also launched her own blog on her official website, on which you can find information about her make-up products, and other projects.

General Info

Full NameJaclyn Hill
ProfessionYouTuber, Make-up artist


SpouseJon Hill
ParentsRobin Eilers, James Eilers
SiblingsNicholas Eilers, Rachel Eilers


NominationsShorty Award for Best YouTube Guru

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1We did 'Meglos' in different studios, and of course television had moved on in leaps and bounds so that the technique was completely different. The special effects were a lot more dominant. It was recorded entirely out of order and there was nobody working on the story who could remember as far back as me - which was something of a humbling experience. I did enjoy it very much, though, mainly because the part I played was so very different to the calm and unflappable Barbara. It was a happy reunion with a show that was really only the same show by name alone."
2I certainly wasn't asked (to be in the film Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)), partly because I was hardly a top box office name but most of all, I expect, because all my time would have been taken up making the series itself. I never had much time to watch myself in the series, although obviously I saw the occasional one or two. I haven't seen it now for quite a long time, and besides it's virtually a different programme now, it's moved on so much. Science-fiction isn't really my own taste as far as entertainment goes.
3William Russell and I decided to leave virtually as a mutual thing. We'd done two years of it, which was a strain and there wasn't a lot more we could do with it either. Everything that we wanted to do in the series had been accomplished and we felt, and I think Verity sneakingly agreed with us, that it was time for the series to try and see if it could do something new. As for the question of going together, well, it all just seemed to come together at the right time for both of us. I think it had always been felt that Ian and Barbara, who had this slightly romantic side to their relationship, should go together much as they came - back to the London they left. They wrote us out well. They took us all around the centre of London to get some shots of us 'back home again', which were later shown in the last episode. For the last live action filmed piece, we went back to, guess where, glamorous Hammersmith.
4The good thing about Barbara was that because she was older than most of the girls since, the writers were more hesitant about making her look silly, or scream too much. That side of things was largely left to Carole Ann Ford, which is why she left earlier than Bill Russell and myself. Naturally Maureen O'Brien felt very nervous when she first arrived, but nobody was out to be unpleasant and that initial, understandable feeling quickly wore off. I think we got on very well, although it was strange not having Carole around at first. Maureen didn't really enjoy her time with the series, though, because she inherited Carole's role of screaming all the time, which luckily for me I retained the better of the two female parts. It was more or less her first big television part and I think it was a bit of a rude awakening.
5I think I liked 'The Aztecs', and the one about the Crusaders, best. In 'The Aztecs' I had the most magnificent headdress, which was terribly difficult to balance, but which looked superb and made me feel very regal. The story itself was extremely clever and it was a fascinating period. I suppose I liked it above all the others because that was the one in which Barbara was most important to the storyline. I liked 'The Crusades' for similar reasons, and also because I greatly enjoyed working with Douglas Camfield on that one. 'The Romans' was another which was great fun to do. It had 'Derek Francis' in it. He used to make me laugh all the time and we got the chance to play 'Doctor Who' all out for comedy, which was fun.
6All I knew at first, all I was actually told, was that my character was a very learned history teacher and that I was there to represent the Earth point of view when we went back in time and did the occasional serial set in the past. I found that quite easy, as I liked history and those historical stories appealed to me anyway. Everything else I had to put in myself, and this meant taking it up with either Verity or the director concerned. I think there were times when I said 'Barbara wouldn't say this or she wouldn't do this', and they were usually very good and listened to me on those points because I knew the character better than anybody else.
7I had quite a good part in 'The Daleks', and in a series like Doctor Who (1963) one tends to remember that. We were all absolutely fascinated with (the Daleks), it became very easy to suspend one's disbelief when acting opposite one of those things, and that helped make the whole thing that little bit more polished and exciting. I remember Carole Ann Ford bringing her young daughter to the studios one day, and her daughter trying out the Dalek for size. They have that irresistible appeal, that does make you want to try them out for yourself. There were others I liked - the Sensorites were unusual, for instance, and the Mechanoids were interesting too, but overall it still has to be the Daleks. One could almost put up with the lessened part to be in one of those Dalek stories, because they were such fun to make. The other reason for remembering that story is much sadder. We were in the studio on the night that the news of President Kennedy's assassination came through. It was devastating and everybody was very, very upset. I don't think, looking back, that anyone today can quite understand all that Kennedy had meant to the western world, and when he was killed the last thing anybody wanted to do was get on with acting out a fantasy in a confined studio. I don't think anybody stayed behind after the recording for the customary drink.
8Shooting 'The Dalek Invasion of Earth' on location was hardly what you'd call a massive amount of location filming, and the location itself was just around the corner from where we recorded the studios in Hammersmith. We had very little time to do it in, more or less one take only, so it was just as bad as working inside. I can recall very clearly filming the sequences in and around the famous landmarks of London, because we shot them first thing in the morning, as soon as the light came up - on a Sunday too! That was even more arduous because we had to run along pushing this wheelchair, which I can tell you soon lost its novelty value.
9I always preferred the historical stories, because I was given a bit more to do in them. In the science fiction stories, it was the monsters and weird characters who tended to take over, and all the girls tended to have to do was look frightened and get lost in a gloomy passage or two. I adored all the dressing up that went with doing the historical stories, and they were much more colourful for us because the historical sets were so gorgeous to act in.
10Carole Ann Ford and I enjoyed a very easy relationship, although we didn't keep in touch after she left the series. She was very busy being a mother and our paths just never seemed to cross. However, I did see her again recently at a Doctor Who (1963) convention and I enjoyed that very much. She's really quite well known at these conventions, I gather, whereas I've only done the one. They're quite amazing. How so many people can still appreciate what we did all those years ago in a tiny black and white studio really astonishes me I suppose it's unique.
11It all goes back to the success of Bill Hartnell as the Doctor, I should imagine, and we always got on well. He would get very annoyed with the way things were done if he thought they were being done the wrong way, but he cared so much about the programme and I think it showed. He particularly enjoyed all the comeback from children, and I grew quite fond of him. I think he was sad when we left. I know I was.
12I think nearby everybody, including the BBC, under-estimated Doctor Who (1963)'s appeal. We had quite long-running contracts which bound us up initially for a year, but which had a number of clauses which meant that they could drop you or the series, or both, whenever they felt like it. So in effect they had the best of both worlds. Looking at the show's durability now, it's a quite amazing phenomenon, although it was an excellent idea, particularly for the time. I think he has managed to last so long because it has this ability to change and develop, it's never the same, so nothing gets too boring or familiar.
13I was at a party one evening and the usual bunch of friends were there. I'd known Verity Lambert socially since she had joined the ABC television company for whom both my husband and myself had done some work. She was one of Sydney Newman's proteges, and by this stage she had transferred with him to the BBC, where she had been asked to become a producer. Anyway, this party came at just the right point for me, because Verity was in the process of casting the regulars for her new television serial 'Doctor Who'. We talked about it, and shortly afterwards, she offered me the part of Barbara Wright, which I was more than happy to accept. Because of this good beginning, Verity and I always got on well. Making that number of programmes every year meant that it helped to ease the burden of doing so many.
14By the end of a series one did begin to get very tired, but they would usually try and write the scripts to accommodate you, so that one week Carole Ann or Bill Russell would have more to do, and on occasions they'd even write us out for a couple of weeks so we could dash off for a holiday. We were so on top of each other, in those tiny, tiny studios, that bad tempers would have been a disaster. I got on particularly well with William Russell. He shared my sort of approach to acting and liked to get on with the job with the minimum of fuss. I've worked with him since, doing a lot of rep abroad, in France, and I'm hoping to work with him again soon.


1Her favourite Doctor Who (1963) serials were "The Aztecs" and "The Crusades".
2She was played by Jemma Powell in An Adventure in Space and Time (2013).
3Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
4In 1965, took a lengthly hiatus from acting to raise a family.
5She and her husband were close neighbours to Richard Briers and Ann Davies. Davies and Hill enrolled in the Open University together after their children were grown.




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Screenplay1986TV SeriesJenny
Tales of the Unexpected1983-1984TV SeriesMrs. Milvain / Melanie Litmayer
Angels1982TV SeriesMrs. Muirhead
Doctor Who1963-1980TV SeriesBarbara Wright Lexa
Romeo & Juliet1978TV MovieLady Capulet
Crown Court1978TV SeriesMargaret Eden
No Hiding Place1962-1966TV SeriesSarah Paterson / Sonya Gardner
The Comedy Man1964Sandy Lavery
ITV Play of the Week1958-1963TV SeriesHelen Harrison / Miss Willie
Maigret1962TV SeriesYvonne Moncin
Out of This World1962TV SeriesLil Harmon
The Six Proud Walkers1962TV SeriesSally Walker / Sally
The Men from Room 131961TV SeriesMiss Angel
The Watching Cat1961TV MovieCatherine Ellis
BBC Sunday-Night Play1960TV Mini-SeriesJane
Saturday Playhouse1960TV SeriesMaggie Cutler
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1955-1959TV SeriesPat Pandish / Grace Carney / Cynthia Lee / ...
The Flying Doctor1959TV SeriesEllen Ferguson
ITV Television Playhouse1958TV Series
Armchair Theatre1958TV SeriesFlorence Miller
Joyous Errand1957TV SeriesCarrie Dean
Blood Money1957TV MovieGrace Carney
Three Empty Rooms1955TV MovieLouise Shoemaker
The Rose and the Ring1953TV Mini-SeriesFairy Blackstick
The Blue Parrot1953Maureen Maguire

Archive Footage

Doctors2015TV SeriesBarbara Wright
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Companion2014TV MovieBarbara
12 Again2013TV SeriesBarbara Wright
Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty2013TV Movie documentaryBarbara Wright (uncredited)
The Culture Show2013TV Series documentaryBarbara Wright
Doctor Who Explained2013TV MovieBarbara Wright (uncredited)
Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited2013TV Mini-Series documentaryBarbara Wright
Jacqueline Hill: A Life in Pictures2011Video shortBarbara (uncredited)
Rewind the 60s2010TV Mini-Series documentaryBarbara Wright
Meanwhile in the TARDIS, Part 22010VideoBarbara Wright
Who Wants to Live Forever?2009Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Dennis Spooner: Wanna Write a Television Series?2009Video documentary shortBarabara
Mounting the Rescue2009Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Doctor Who Confidential2009TV Series documentaryBarbara Wright
Verity Lambert: Drama Queen2008TV Movie documentaryBarbara Wright (uncredited)
The Ties That Bind Us2008Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Back to School2007Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
A Darker Side2007Video shortBarbara Wright (uncredited)
Terror Nation: Terry Nation and Doctor Who2007Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
The Crowded TARDIS2007Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
The Dalek Tapes2006Video documentaryHerself
Creation of the Daleks2006Video documentary shortBarbara Wright (uncredited)
Doctor Who: Origins2006Video documentaryBarbara Wright
Inside the Spaceship: The Story of the TARDIS2006Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Masters of Sound2006Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Over the Edge: The Story of the Edge of Destruction2006Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Tales of Isop2005Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
Future Memories: Making the Dalek Invasion of Earth2003Video documentaryBarbara Wright
Restoring 'The Aztecs'2002Video documentary shortBarbara Wright
'Dad's Army': Missing Presumed Wiped2001TV Special documentaryBarbara Wright (uncredited)
Doctor Who: The Crusade1999VideoBarbara Wright
Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis1993TV Movie documentaryBarbara Wright (uncredited)
'Doctor Who': Daleks - The Early Years1993Video documentaryBarbara Wright (uncredited)
'Doctor Who': The Hartnell Years1991Video documentaryBarbara Wright
The Rock 'n' Roll Years1985TV SeriesBarbara Wright
The Lively Arts1977TV Series documentaryBarbara Wright

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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