Auntie Fee was an American YouTube personality and online cooking show star who gained the heart of her audience for her funny cussing style. All of her videos were recorded in her kitchen.
Auntie Fee Biography
Felicia Arlene O’Dell, popularly known as Auntie Fee or Chef Sista Girl, was born on May 7, 1957, in South Los Angeles, California, the United States of America.
Auntie Fee was raised by her father James O’Dell. She was brought up alongside ten siblings. One of her siblings is Jude O’Dell. Her father James O’Dell worked as a carpenter, plumber, and electrician.
By the age of nine, Auntie Fee had acquired the skill of cooking. Talking about her educational background, Auntie Fee attended John C. Fremont High School, however, she dropped out during her senior year.
Auntie Fee rose into the spotlight as a viral internet viral sensation in July 2014 after she displayed her homemade cooking skills in a series of videos including “Sink Chicken” and “How to feed Seven people with just $3.35.” All of her videos were recorded in her kitchen by her son, Tavis Hunter who served as her cameraman and sidekick.
As an internet personality, Auntie Fee gained over 330,000 followers on her Facebook page. Her YouTube channel, auntyfee has been active from 2014 to 2017. She gained 841,000 as of April 4th, 2019 alongside total views of 69,030,97 as of October 2nd, 2018.
Auntie Fee created over 50 videos on her YouTube channel, titled ‘Cooking With Auntie Fee.’ She made various television appearances throughout her career including appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Steve Harvey Show and TMZ.
Auntie Fee has starred in the television show Real Husbands of Hollywood and the movie Barbershop 3. She also made promotional videos for the movies Dumb and Dumber To and Top Five. She has hosted notable individuals on her show including actress Sherri Shepherd, TMZ founder Harvey Levin as well as musician Snoop Dogg.
Auntie Fee was also a businesswoman selling branded merchandise on her website, including items like dry seasoning, apparel, as well as other spices for cooking.
Auntie Fee reportedly fell sick with chest pains in her home on March 14, 2017. She suffered a massive heart attack while at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. She passed away on March 17, 2017, at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, in West Carson, California, the United States at the age of 59 years old.
Auntie Fee Husband
Auntie Fee was a married woman. She was married to her spouse Tommy Hunter. She is the mother of a son, Tavis Hunter.
Auntie Fee Net Worth
Auntie Fee had accumulated an estimated net worth of approximately $350,000 at the time of her death. She earned her money primarily from her successful career as a YouTube personality.