It’s not unusual for celebrities to start their own podcasts or YouTube channels. “Smallville” actor Michael Rosenbaum built up a successful series called “Inside of You” where he invites actors, directors, filmmakers, and other recognizable industry figures onto his show. Similarly, “The Office” stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey created “Office Ladies” where the pair reveal behind-the-scenes details of the episodes and intriguing stories about what happened on set.
Madison Riley also started her own YouTube channel, but it isn’t focused on her time as an actor or model. Instead, it’s much more personal and presented in a vlog format. While she doesn’t appear to upload videos on a regular basis nor does she have an overwhelming amount of content or subscribers on her channel, she uses her time to speak directly to the camera and audience about a variety of topics that are important to her.
Riley explores subjects such as digital minimalism, lust, awakenings, and meaning, sharing her own thoughts and providing insight. In one video, she revealed why she purged her content in X, formerly known as Twitter, stating: “Back when I lived in New York and I acted like I knew a lot about the world and politics, I would post articles. I had to go and take all those down because I shifted and changed my thoughts so much from when I was extremely ignorant that I was, like, I cannot have this on record as me supporting this.”