Bridget Phetasy is an American writer, stand-up comedian, podcast host, political commentator, and broadcaster. She is also the owner and operator of Phetasy, Inc. Her writing has been published in The New York Post, The Huff Post, etc. She covered various sensitive and controversial issues in her life, such as poverty, education, women, and sex. She is best known for the show Dumpster Fire with Bridget Phetasy, which she hosts on YouTube.
Bridget Phetasy was born in Connecticut on November 15, 1978, and turned 43 in 2022. She grew up with other siblings in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Minnesota. She belongs to an Irish-Italian Catholic family. Her parents divorced when she was 12 years old. She lives with her mother and stepfather in Minnesota, where she attended school. She also took dance and acting classes in Minneapolis.
At 19 she became addicted to drugs and substances. Because of this, she had to attend a heroin addiction rehabilitation center to stop using the drug. She has shared her childhood memories, revealing that she used drugs and was raped at the age of 18
Rise to Fame
Bridget Phetasy Support – Hopes Cancer Treatments by going to bridgetphetasy.com. She also supports women, poverty, education, and animals. In 2005, she started a greeting card and t-shirt company called Phetasy. That describes the company
“the feeling when reality becomes parody and parody becomes reality”.
However, the deal ended, but Brigette adopted Phetasy as her surname. The company produces media content, essays, and merchandise such as t-shirts, women’s sweatshirts, and greeting cards to spread our message and keep people laughing as the world burns.
Bridget Phetasy Career
Bridget Phetasy started her career as a writer and later discovered her passion in the same field. Her writing has been published in the New York Post, Huff Post, etc. She covered a variety of sensitive and controversial issues in her life such as poverty, education, women and sex. Bridget later became a Playboy consultant at Playboy Magazine and wrote the sex and dating column. She has provided her contributions to various online outlets including MEL Magazine, DAME Magazine, Tonic, The Federalist, etc.
She is also a podcast host on Walk-Ins Welcome with Bridget Phetasy. On E136. She performed with John McWhorter, author of Nine Nasty Words. Bridget was also featured on the Joe Rogan podcast. She also published the book Seducing Men Is Like Chasing Cows. Bridget Phetasy is currently a columnist and editor at Spectator. She also writes officially for the website https://spectatorworld.com. According to IMDB’s profile, she also appeared in such series Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000), Not Making it in the City (2009), and Digital Sky (2019).
Bridget Phetasy Social media
Bridget is active on social media including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. In 2022 she has more than 50.2k followers on her official Instagram account @bridgetphetasy.
She has 57,000 followers on YouTube @phetasy. Her official website is – https://www.bridgetphetasy.com.
Bridget Phetasy Biography
|Date of birth
|November 5, 1978
|Age (as of 2022)
|Place of birth
|New York, New York, United States
|Writer, comedian, journalist
|Ivy League School
|in feet inches – 5′ 6” – in centimeters – 168 cm
|in kilograms – 59kg – in pounds – 130 pounds
Bridget Phetasy family
|Who is Bridget Phetasy’s boyfriend/husband?
Bridget Phetasy’s marital status is unknown. In her past, she has a living relationship whose identity is unknown. Both couples have children together. Bridget lives as a single woman with children and a dog.
Bridget Phetasy net worth
She is an American comedian, podcast host, and popular author. She is passionate about her work and gaining respect for life in the media space. Bridget is famous online for a program show called “Dumpster Fire” on YouTube. It is safe to say that Bridget Phetasy has a net worth of around $1 million due to her success in media and writing.
Facts About Bridget Phetasy
- Bridget enjoys meeting old friends and recording podcasts.
- She buys a crate of tomatoes at the farmer’s market before the celebs show up with their nannies.