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Mark Edward Fischbach (born June 28, ), known online as Markiplier (or simply Mark), His father served in the military, where he met Fischbach's mother, who is of Korean descent. . with fellow YouTubers Daniel Kyre and Ryan Magee, who created and ran the YouTube sketch comedy and music channel Cyndago. Shane Lee Yaw (born July 19, ), known professionally as Shane Dawson, is an American In , when Dawson was nineteen years old, he signed up for YouTube and began making videos. He rose to .. "Meet The YouTube Stars Making More Money Than EMTs, Cops, Firefighters, And Teachers". December Elizabeth Shaila Koshy (born March 31, ) is an American actress, YouTube personality, . Koshy conducted interviews of the celebrities attending the Met Gala on behalf of Vogue. Koshy collaborates with The Giving Keys, a jewelry .
Currently he lives and films in Los Angeles, California, and has been dating girlfriend Amy Nelson since In the video, Fischbach elaborated on his extensive personal background with firearms, revealing that his father was a member of the National Rifle Association and a proud gun owner, collector, and enthusiast who taught Fischbach about firearms from a very young age and how to handle them, shoot them, and respect them.
He stated that while he believes in the Second Amendment and supports the right of people to keep and bear armshe doesn't believe that people should be allowed to access assault riflesand thus believes they should be banned from civilian ownership. He further advocated for stringent licensing and registration requirements for firearm ownership in general as well as mental health reform. Fischbach is also an ally of the LGBT rights movementhaving raised money for the Human Rights Campaign in one of his charity livestreams.
He does not censor the profanity in his videos, although he often subtitles his curses as "duck" sometimes "luck" for "fuck" and "itch" for "bitch". He is known for branding his channel with a pink mustache a reference to his alter ego, Wilford Warfstache and has since dyed his hair pink, blue, and red.
He has also been involved in Make-A-Wish Foundation to meet fans. He has also collaborated with celebrities such as Jack Black  and Jimmy Kimmel. He has had acting appearances in TomSka 's asdfmovie series, Smosh: A recurring staple of Fischbach's channel are charity livestreamsduring which he plays games while campaigning for and collecting donations for various charities, including Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Centerthe Depression and Bipolar Support Allianceand Best Friends Animal Society.
Though he appealed to YouTube as a last effort, the appeal was ultimately lost. The song was released on March 31, on iTuneswith an accompanying music video debuting on his YouTube channel on the same day. On May 8,Dawson revealed in a video that he has begun working on his next original song, which is tentatively titled "The Vacation Song".
He previewed about 10 seconds of the "rough edit" of the song, and stated that he was going to change the mood of the song, saying, "Right now, it's a little too happy, because it's a break up song.
In Octobera film called Smiley was released to theaters starring Dawson.
As ofDawson revealed that he is pitching a talk show and is continuing to pitch the series about him working at a weight loss center. The project has been titled Losin' It and, if picked up, will be a half-hour single camera comedy series focusing on a successful former-client at a weight loss center who decides to share his inspiration by becoming a consultant at the center, and subsequently becomes the manager by the end of his first day.
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People who watched both films then voted online to vote for the films. Not Cool competed against Anna Martemucci's Holidaysburg. Zachary Quintoproducer of The Chair, called Dawson's film "deeply offensive" and "tasteless", and that Dawson should not be making films at all, removing his name from the film in disgust.
Dawson defended his film by saying that "I like the movie.
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The producers that I trust like the movie. The test audience liked the movie. I know I deserve to make a movie because I've been working my fucking ass off these last eight years on YouTube. This video was found to be in poor taste by her labels, Big Machine Records and Sonywho removed it,  citing "copyright infringement".
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Dawson subsequently claimed that the parody was removed because Sony objected to the video's violent content. The video was restored in February A Collection of Essays. In JuneShane uploaded a three-part documentary series about the TanaCon convention.
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The series received tens of millions of views in one week and garnered significant media attention. The first episode, self-titled as "The Mind of Jake Paul" got 7 million views in under 10 hours.