Toronto YouTube sensation Lilly Singh, a.k.a Superwoman, has hit another career milestone, making it on the Forbes 30 under 30 list.
The 27-year-old Canadian comedian was named in the Hollywood and Entertainment category.
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Singh's Superwoman YouTube channel features her standup act, and has over 7.5 million subscribers.
This isn't the first time Singh has landed on a Forbes list.
Last year, the comedian made it on the Forbes list of YouTube millionaires.
Singh was eighth on the list, earning $2.5 million.
She shared eighth place with prankster Roman Atwood and chef Rosanna Pansino.
Last year, Singh took her act on the road with a North American tour, with a stop in Toronto in June at the Danforth Music Hall.
Two other Toronto personalities have joined Singh on the list. They are musicians Shawn Mendes, 17, and The Weeknd, 25.