Piper Reese

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Piper Reese
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Piper Reese with Selena Gomez in 2012 at the House of Blues in Hollywood, CA.
Born (2000-08-13) August 13, 2000 (age 17)[1][better source needed]
Coral Springs, Florida, United States
Occupation Actress, host, interviewer, Internet personality
Years active 2007–present
Known for Celebrity interviews, comedy, pop culture
Notable work Piper's Picks TV
Internet information
Web hosting service(s) YouTube, iTunes, Vimeo, PipersPicks.TV
Signature phrase HoLy PiPeRoNi, PiPeRiFiC
Website http://piperreese.com

Piper Reese (born August 13, 2000) is an American kid's entertainment reporter, Internet celebrity and actress who hosts her own podcasts and YouTube series, Piper's Picks TV, Teen Tech Talk and InsPIPERation. Reese is the older of two children. As an actress, Piper is best known for playing Nancy Patanski on the Nickelodeon drama series Deadtime Stories. She launched an online scripted sketch comedy series entitled That's So Sketch in 2016.[2] Reese has been working on her web shows since 2007.[3] Piper Reese has been known by her fans as the "Piperazzi" [4] since around 2012 and among both viewers and journalists as the "Princess of the Press." [5]


Reese in 2008
Reese with Dylan and Cole Sprouse at the 2009 Power of Youth event

Piper's Picks TV[edit]

In 2007, at 7 years old, Reese began hosting Piper's Picks TV in Wellington, Florida and became the youngest video podcaster on the Internet.[6][7][8] Each episode features Reese's take on a chosen topic, such as food, theme park rides, films, and television shows, or more recently, the episodes have featured interviews with celebrities.[7][8] Reese's brother, Parker, appears with her in several of her show's episodes: #005, #008, #011, #017, #023, #025 and #037.[9][10][11][12][13][14][15] In 2009, Reese's family relocated from Wellington, Florida to Los Angeles to support the growth and expansion of Piper's Picks TV and Piper's acting career.[6]

Piper's Quick Picks[edit]

In January 2010, Reese began hosting Piper's Quick Picks, a series of red carpet interviews with popular teen celebrities which run shorter than regular Piper's Picks episodes. The series has since been folded back in to Piper's Picks TV


InsPIPERation is a blog-style series in which Reese answers questions and gives advice to viewers and provides behind the scenes information.

Teen Tech Talk[edit]

The Teen Tech Talk series covers techie subjects and gadgets in a similar style to the Piper's Picks TV series.

That's So Sketch[edit]

The first scripted series from Piper's Picks, launched in 2016, and featuring Reese alongside other actors.


In March, 2018, Reese disclosed that a project that a scripted comedy TV show was selected as the most promising TV concept at MIPTV as well as the only comedy concept.[16]

Deadtime Stories[edit]

Piper Reese played the recurring-turned-lead role in the Nickelodeon and CITV series Deadtime Stories.[17]

Other appearances[edit]


  1. ^ PipersPicksTV (2009-08-13). "Twitter / PipersPicksTV: Happy Birthday Piper Reese". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2011-11-07. 
  2. ^ That's So Sketch, That's So Sketch episodes, Retrieved 7-19-2018.
  3. ^ [1], (September 8, 2013) Nickelodeon’s Deadtime Stories Exclusive First Look with Annette Cascone & Nancy Patanski!, Retrieved 10-21-2013
  4. ^ Early Piperazzi Tweet, (January 20, 2012), Retrieved 7-19-2018
  5. ^ YAYOMG!, (August 17, 2017) Get to Know Piper Reese of Piper's Picks TV, Retrieved 7/19/2018
  6. ^ a b Next Big Thing Conversations Podcast, (October 16, 2015) ‘Conversations’ Episode 38 - Piper Reese, Retrieved 10-25-2015
  7. ^ a b Baltimore Sun, By Jennifer Anthony, "“Piper’s Picks” podcast pops", Retrieved 12-20-2008
  8. ^ a b Town-Crier Online, "Young Podcaster Makes Waves On The Web", Retrieved 12-20-2009
  9. ^ PiperPicksTV, (May 31, 2008) PipersPicks #005: Dunkin’ Donuts, Retrieved 12-20-2008
  10. ^ PiperPicksTV, (June 21, 2008) PipersPicks #008: E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial, Retrieved 12-20-2008
  11. ^ PiperPicksTV, (July 13, 2008) PipersPicks #011: The Search for Hannah Montana, Retrieved 12-20-2008
  12. ^ PiperPicksTV, (August 27, 2008) PipersPicks #017: The Jonas Brothers - A Special Report!, Retrieved 10-25-2015
  13. ^ PiperPicksTV, (November 14, 2008) PipersPicks #023: Obama and Sarah??? The Unepisode Episode!, Retrieved 12-20-2008
  14. ^ PiperPicksTV, (November 14, 2008) ARIA WALLACE Interview PART 1 MANDY from iCARLY and ROXY HUNTER with PIPER REESE! (PipersPicks #027), Retrieved 10-25-2015
  15. ^ PiperPicksTV, (September 28, 2009) PipersPicks #037: AnnaSophia Robb - Exclusive Interview!! (at 2:31), Retrieved 2-18-2010
  16. ^ MIPTV 2018 Official Selection, (April, 2018) MIPTV Official Selection - Piperazzi, Retrieved 7-19-2018
  17. ^ Deadtime Stories on Wikipedia, (July, 2018) Retrieved 7-19-2018
  18. ^ Appearance listed, Retrieved 08-08-2013
  19. ^ [2], Retrieved 10-07-2014
  20. ^ [3], Retrieved 10-07-2014
  21. ^ [4], Retrieved 7-19-2018
  22. ^ Appearance listed, Retrieved 12-04-2013
  23. ^ Notated, Retrieved 12-04-2013
  24. ^ Appearance listed, Retrieved 12-04-2013
  25. ^ Appearance listed, Retrieved 12-04-2013
  26. ^ Appearance listed, Retrieved 08-18-2010
  27. ^ GloboFan.org, Appearance announcement, Retrieved 12-20-2009

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