Jimmy Donaldson, better known online as MrBeast, is an American YouTuber and philanthropist. He has been credited with pioneering a genre of YouTube videos that center on expensive stunts. He is also the co-creator of Team Trees, a fundraiser for the Arbor Day Foundation, which has raised over $22 million. He is managed by the Dallas-based talent management company Night Media. Donaldson began posting videos to YouTube in early 2012 at the early age of 13, under the handle "MrBeast6000"; his early content ranged from Let's Plays to "videos estimating the wealth of other YouTubers". He went viral in 2017 after his "counting to 100,000" video earned tens of thousands of views in just a few days, and has become increasingly popular ever since, each of his videos gaining tens of millions of views. Over time, his style of content diversified to include challenge and donation videos that reward thousands of dollars, videos either with arduous tasks or survival, and original vlogging videos.
|Born||Jimmy Donaldson, May 7, 1998, Kansas, United States|
|Residence||Greenville, North Carolina, U.S.|
|Channel(s)||MrBeast, Beast Philanthropy, MrBeast Gaming, MrBeast Shorts, Beast Reacts, MrBeast 2|
|Genre||Comedy, entertainment, vlogs, gaming|
|Subscribers||60.4 million (main channel) 95.87 million (combined)|
|Total views||10.3 billion (main channel) 13.4 billion (combined)|
|Associated acts||PewDiePie, MatPat, Sidemen, Dream, Mark Rober|
YouTuber who is known for his MrBeast channel. He originally gained widespread popularity there for his video series Worst Intros on YouTube, as well as his frequent gameplay videos. He later began filming videos involving generous financial prizes.
He began his YouTube channel on February 19, 2012. He posted his first video there the next day.
He has earned more than 59 million subscribers to his MrBeast YouTube channel. He has two additional YouTube channels called MrBeast Gaming and MrBeast Shorts. He was named Creator of the Year at the 2020 Streamy Awards.
His real name is Jimmy Donaldson. He featured his mom in his YouTube video titled "Surprising My Mom With $10,000+ Home Makeover." His older brother CJ has a popular YouTube channel called MrBro. He dated Maddy Spidell in 2019.
During the 2016 election season, he made multiple comedic videos concerning Donald Trump.
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Latest information about MrBeast updated on June 07 2021.