Freddie Wong is an American filmmaker, musician, VFX artist and competitive gamer. Wong participates in at least three YouTube channels, with RocketJump, his production company's main channel, supporting over 8 million subscribers, BrandonJLa, a secondary channel with behind the scenes videos and other content, which holds over 1.2 million subscribers, and Node, a gaming channel with over 2.4 million subscribers. He is also known for creating the web series Video Game High School.
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About Freddie Wong
Gained internet fame on YouTube channels Rocket Jump, BrandonJLa, and Node. He also achieved celebrity fame as a successful competitive video-gamer and was named the 2014 Webby Film and Video Person of the Year.
He graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
In 2015, he won two Streamy Awards for Best Direction with Matthew Arnold.
He grew up with a brother, Jimmy Wong, who is an actor and YouTuber on the web series Video Game High School.
He had a guest-starring role on Chuck with Zachary Levi in 2011.
Information related to Freddie Wong
- Lakeside School alumni
- Filmmakers from Seattle
- USC School of Cinematic Arts alumni
- American YouTubers