Lannan Eacott, better known by his online alias LazarBeam, is an Australian YouTuber, professional gamer and internet personality, known primarily for his Let's Play videos, "comedic riffs" and use of memes. Eacott is a member of the entertainment collective known as Click, alongside other Australian YouTubers. Eacott began making slow motion demolition videos in 2014, while working in his family's construction business. After registering his current YouTube channel in 2015, Eacott primarily posted Let's Play and challenge videos of various video games. As his channel grew, his style of video content diversified to include more vlog and comedy style videos. His channel experienced substantial growth in popularity when he began posting videos of Fortnite Battle Royale in 2018. In December 2019, Eacott was acknowledged as YouTube's eighth most-viewed content creator of the year, with 2 billion views in 2019.
|Born:||Lannan Eacott, December 14, 1994, New South Wales, Australia|
|Occupation:||YouTuber, live streamer|
|Genre:||Let's Play, comedy, vlog|
|Total views:||billion (combined)|
|Twitter:||LazarBeam's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||LazarBeam's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||LazarBeam's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||LazarBeam's Youtube channel|
YouTube gamer who initially gained a following for his Madden challenge videos. Especially popular are his videos featuring tiny, talentless created players. He also features videos of GTA V with mods, Beam NG, and Happy Wheels. He has more than 12 million subscribers to his YouTube channel.
He dropped out of high school and worked in a variety of fields, including construction. He also spent time training to be a pilot, but never received his license. He uploaded his first video in February of 2015 and reached 300,000 subscribers in January of 2016.
He's also been a part of the Click collaborative channel.
He and Loserfruit are both YouTube gamers who joined the Click web group.
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- Australian YouTubers
- Video game commentators
- Video bloggers