Presenter and producer of YouTube's Vsauce2 channel which has accumulated over 3.5 million subscribers worldwide and over 520 million views. He built Vsauce2 into the second most popular science channel on YouTube. He is a 2006 graduate of SUNY Fredonia with a degree in TV & digital film. He worked service industry jobs to support himself while making YouTube videos in his spare time. He had a brief stint working at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He is from Cooperstown, New York and is a middle child. He runs Vsauce channels on YouTube along with Michael Stevens of Vsauce1 and Jake Roper of Vsauce3. [+]
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