Merrell Twins

The Merrell Twins are entertainment creators and identical twin sisters, Veronica and Vanessa Merrell. The sisters are producers, professionally trained musicians, singers, songwriters, and actors.

They’re known for their work on the movies such as “Mean Girls” (2024), “Like A Boss” (2020), CW Network's "Jane the Virgin" (2014, 2015, 2016), MTV's "Faking It" (2015), "The Standoff" movie (2016), “Switched” movie (2020-Vanessa) several series and videos on Awesomeness TV's YouTube channel such as “Twin My Heart”, Seasons 1, 2, and 3, and videos on Nickelodeon's YouTube channel. 

Their main YouTube channel, Merrell Twins, has more than 6 million subscribers and more than 1 billion total views. They post videos showcasing their range in both comedy and music such as original comedy sketches, original scripted series, original songs and music videos, popular song parodies and covers, original funny songs, and challenges.

Through their production company, they have released several episode original scripted series such as “Prom Knight” and “Breaking Into College”. The “Prom Knight” series amassed more than 8 million combined organic views after its release.

The Merrell Twins won a Shorty Award for YouNower of the Year in 2016 and received a second Shorty Award 2019 nomination for the category of Best YouTube Ensemble. They won two Streamy Awards for Best Live show in 2016 and for Lifestyle in 2018. They were nominated for a Teen Choice Award 2017 for Choice Female Web Star, nominated for two Teen Choice Awards 2018 for Choice YouTuber and Choice Female Web Star, and nominated for a Teen Choice Award 2019 for Choice YouTuber. The Merrell Twins were nominated for a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2020 in the category of "Favorite Female Social Star".