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Julia Hardy (born: February 7, 1992 (1992-02-07) [age 30]), better known online as itsjuliahardy, is an English YouTuber, television presenter, and radio host.

Pre-YouTube career

Julia's career began in 2005 as a host and interviewer for Rockworld TV, where she also wrote and produced the channel's review show Rockjaw.

After leaving Rockworld TV, she wrote and hosted the gaming show Gameface for Bravo TV as well as writing and hosting The Blurb for Ginx between 2009 and 2012.

Several videos from her time at Rockworld and host Gameface are hosted on Julia's channel.

Aside from her TV work, Julia has worked as a DJ hosting for Total Rock between 2010 and 2012, and since January 2016 has hosted a monthly gaming show on BBC Radio 1, as well as writing columns for various national newspapers and gaming magazines.

YouTube career

The most prominent content on Julia's channel is her series I'll Play Any Crap, where she does Let's Plays of Xbox Live indie games of...shall we say questionable quality, such as Massive Cleavage vs Zombies, The Sexy Exorcist, Shark Attack Deathmatch, Tokyo Hosto, The Undead Syndrome 2 and many, many more.

Julia also posted a series of vlogs between 2013-2014 entitled Alcohol Free Me, where she volunteered to give up alcohol for a year to raise money for charity. During 2014-2015 she posted a series of vlogs talking about her father being diagnosed with terminal cancer.


  • Julia is listed as one of the 100 most influential women in the UK games industry by GamesIndustryDotBiz
  • In May 2022, Julia announced that they were nonbinary.[1]