On his eponymous YouTube channel, he is known for his gaming videos, vlogs, and Kickstarter Crap review series. More than 6 million people have subscribed to the channel.
Triple H is the ring name of American professional wrestler, business executive, and actor Paul Michael Levesque who has held a total of 14 world championship titles, the all-time third-highest after Ric Flair and John Cena. Throughout his career, he earned a total of 25 championship titles including nine 'WWF/WWE Championships', five 'WWE World Heavyweight Championships', and two 'Royal Rumbles'. He is well-known for his finishing maneuver, the 'Pedigree'. He later joined the WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut as an Executive Senior Advisor and was named Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events and Creative. He reportedly helped a number of younger wrestlers, including John Cena, Randy Orton, Batista, Jeff Hardy, Brock Lesnar, Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns, by intentionally losing high-profile matches. He also received praise for recruiting fresh talents through his WWE NXT brand. As an actor, he has appeared on films like 'Blade: Trinity', 'The Chaperone' and 'Inside Out'. With his wife Stephanie McMahon, he created the 'Connor's Cure' cancer fund in honor of an eight-year-old WWE fan who succumbed to the disease. He also wrote the book 'Making the Game: Triple H's Approach to a Better Body'.
Eugenia Cooney is a 22-year-old YouTube vlogger who has amassed a whopping one million subscribers on her own channel. Eugenia Cooney made a name for herself on YouTube by creating lifestyle videos in which she wore a "Emo" appearance. On her YouTube account, she mainly publishes videos on cosmetics, beauty, and fashion. She also participates in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and occasionally publishes challenge videos. Her films frequently include her mother and other visitors. In 2012, she won the national contest The New Face of Big Drop NYC. She had a guest role in the Canadian sitcom "Degrassi: New Class" episode "Too Many Fingers," in which her character was based on her real-life YouTube personality and grappled with suspicions that she was anorexic.
Myles Erlick is a well-known Canadian actor, dancer, and singer who is best recognized for his role in the teen drama series "The Next Step." He had professional acting, dance, and music instruction from an early age because his mother owned and maintained an acting academy. He can play the piano, harmonica, acoustic guitar, and drums, among other instruments. He began competing in dancing contests when he was four years old, and he has since won several awards. His theater career began when he was 11 years old, and he rose to stardom as Billy Elliot in the Broadway musical of the same name. His audition for the part of Billy Elliot was long and drawn out, lasting several months. He also dabbled with television for a period of time. The TV series 'The Next Step,' the short film 'Sing Along,' and the film 'The Next Step Live: The Movie' are among his most well-known onscreen appearances. He also operates the "Myles Erlick" YouTube channel, which has tens of thousands of subscribers. Many of his videos have gone viral, and his fame as a YouTuber has landed him a spot on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Danny Duncan is a YouTube sensation who also performs as a comedian, actor, and musician. The teenage social media star has already earned a large following after joining the video hosting site. His skateboarding and prank films have had a big effect on him. 'Falling With 30,000 Pennies,' 'Going Down Stairs on a Hoverboard,' and 'Grocery Shopping with Danny Duncan 4' are some of his most popular films, with millions of views. His comedy is built on irony, according to him, and should not be taken seriously. Other YouTubers like Andrew Hill and Christopher Chan are also good pals of Danny's. He has stated several times that he aspires to be an actor in the future, and YouTube is the ideal venue for him to begin his journey.
Tory Lanez is a popular Canadian rapper and singer best known for his mixtape ˜Lost Cause.' Tory was born in Toronto, Canada. His family moved to Montreal before settling permanently in Florida. Tory was a rap music fan since early childhood. However, his mother's death impacted him a lot. Thus, as a teenager, he suffered from behavioral issues and was sent back to Toronto to live with his grandmother. He began living independently at the age of 15. Tory released his debut mixtape, ˜T.L 2 T.O,' in 2009. The album was released on ˜YouTube.' He also started directing his own music videos. By 2014, Tory was already a famous rapper. His 2014 mixtape, ˜Lost Cause,' became a huge hit. Two singles from the album, namely, ˜Say It' and ˜Luv,' became particularly successful. Following this success, Tory was signed by ˜Mad Love Records' and ˜Interscope Records.' Following this, he released two studio albums, namely, ˜I Told You' and ˜Memories Don't Die,' in 2016 and 2018, respectively.
Dolph Ziggler (born Nicholas Theodore Nemeth) is an American wrestler who also works as a stand-up comedian and occasional actor. His passion for wrestling began when he was five years old, and it led to his being a professional wrestler as well as a well-known international personality in the sport. Ziggler has always enjoyed watching wrestling matches and has shown signs of wanting to pursue a career in the sport. He knew he wanted to be a professional wrestler since he was 12 years old. Since his undergraduate days, the hulking Ziggler has been a champion. He still holds the unbroken record he set at Kent State University. He's presently signed to WWE's SmackDown brand, although he's also been in a number of Raw shows. Over the last decade, he has been a WWE regular. Nick Nemeth was his WWE ring name when he first debuted. He was a part of The Spirit Squad and was instrumental in the group's World Tag Team Championship victory. He made it to the Florida Championship Wrestling with tough words and good planning (FCW). Dolph Ziggler was his great-name, grandfather's and his friend devised the name. Nemeth re-launched himself on Raw as Dolph Ziggler. His awe-inspiring performances have earned him a reputation among his followers for stealing the stage. Dropkicks from the top rope, famouser, and headlocks are among his most well-known moves.
Winnie Harlow is a Canadian model and television personality. She became famous for being a contestant on the 21st cycle of the U.S. television series ˜America's Next Top Model'. Born and raised in Toronto, Harlow suffers from a chronic skin condition called vitiligo that has resulted in the depigmentation of portions of her skin. She was bullied at school as a child and had to change schools several times. She eventually dropped out and at one point, even contemplated suicide. Harlow began her modelling career on Instagram and was discovered by Tyra Banks who recruited her as one of the contestants for the 2014 season of ˜America's Next Top Model'. Her performance in the competition was mediocre. While Harlow did become one of the finalists on the show, she was ultimately eliminated in the second week of the finals. She then took part in the comeback series. After completing the series and receiving the most number of votes, she was brought back to ˜America's Next Top Model'. Despite being eliminated again soon after, Harlow has managed to gain a solid footing in the fashion industry. In the ensuing years, she has emerged as one of the most prominent young fashion models, having worked for brands such as Sprite, Diesel, and Swarovski. She is also a public spokesperson on vitiligo.
Indiana Evans is an actor, singer, and composer from Australia. She is best known for her part in the Australian television series 'Home and Away.' Indiana has had a passion for the performing arts since she was a youngster. She grew up in Sydney, Australia, and performed frequently in front of her parents. She went on to study dancing after that. She made her acting debut at the age of 13 in the television series All Saints. The next year, she had a huge professional breakthrough when she landed a regular part in the Australian children's series Snobs. She was cast in the Australian soap series 'Home and Away' in the role of Matilda Hunter in 2004. She starred in 197 episodes of the popular soap drama and became a household name in Australia. In 2009, she starred in the children's series H2O: Just Add Water as one of the main characters. She starred in the American series Secrets and Lies, which was a remake of an Australian series of the same name, in 2014.
Alexander Emmanuel "Alex" Rodriguez, famously known as "A-Rod", is an American professional baseball infielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball. Before playing for Yankees, he used to play for Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers. He was involved with baseball from a very young age and is considered as one of the best baseball players that American baseball has ever seen. With his record breaking 500 home runs, Rodriguez has put his name at the top of all-time leaders in home runs list. He has taken himself and his team to places that Major League Baseball was not prepared to deal with, becoming a powerful phenomenon in baseball. His career is full of awards, record breaking achievements and accolades but is also clouded with controversies over using performance enhancing drugs, getting involved with underground poker games, cocaine consumption, etc. He has always been the favorite topic for tabloid gossip because of his illicit sexual affairs with madams, prostitutes and exotic dancers. Recently, he has been banned from the games for 2013 and 2014 for his prominent involvement in the Biogenesis Scandal. Nonetheless, Rodriguez's aspiration to outdo greatness and define his time is yet to take his baseball career to greater heights.
George Shelley is a songwriter, singer, actor, and radio and television presenter from England. He is most known for being a former member of the boy band Union J. He was born in Clevedon, North Somerset. In addition, he was a member of the English band 'Only the Young.' When he auditioned for the ninth season of "The X Factor," he opted to leave the band. However, he and a band named Triple J were eliminated in the bootcamp stage, but he was brought back after another band, Rough Copy, was forced to leave the competition due to visa concerns. Union J did not win the competition, but they did receive the 'BBC Radio 1 Teen' award for 'Best British Breakthrough.' He comes from a family with a rich musical heritage. His granddad played in a band, and his younger brother is a drummer. He released his debut EP, Originals, in 2016, which had six tracks. In the fourth episode of the second season of the British sitcom Murder in Successville, he also made his acting debut. In a video he shared on Instagram in February 2016, Shelley revealed that he is gay.
Casey Lavere Butler is a well-known web personality and video blogger from the United States. His web properties are worth an estimated $103 billion. Casey is the younger brother of online phenomenon Shay Carl, and is the second of the four Butler brothers. Carli and Logan Butler are his two younger siblings. While all of the Butler brothers are well-known in the YouTube video blogging world, his older brother Shay Carl is the most popular, with over 5 million subscribers. Casey and his wife Kayli, on the other hand, have more than 50,000 followers on their own YouTube channels, CaseyLavere and HeyKayli. Casey is the owner of two hugely famous YouTube video channels. His first channel, which features Casey Lavere's daily vlogs, has gotten 163,479,725 views to date. Hushin, Casey's second channel, debuted in 2011 and features videos of Casey and his pals hunting, fishing, and going on outdoor adventure adventures. On this channel, Casey also publishes videos on how to prepare game meat. There are now 166,763 active members on the channel, with 28,543,521 views.