|Born||Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, October 24, 1989, Gothenburg, Sweden|
|Occupation||YouTuber, comedian, philanthropist|
|Channel(s)||PewDiePie, PewDiePie Highlights|
|Genre||Let's Play, vlog, comedy, commentary, satire|
|Total views||28.1 billion|
|Network||None (formerly Machinima and later Maker Studios)|
|Associated acts||Marzia Kjellberg, Jacksepticeye, jacksfilms, Markiplier, PJ Liguori, MrBeast, Roomie, Boyinaband, Party In Backyard, The Anime Man|
Felix Kjellberg is a YouTube celebrity with over 111 million subscribers to his humor and video game commentary channel. At the Award 2014 Teen Choice Awards, he was named Most Popular Gaming Web Star. He was named to Time Magazine's list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2016.
In 2011, he dropped out of Chalmers University of Technology.
He leveraged his internet celebrity to collect money for the World Wildlife Foundation and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, among other causes. In 2015, he published This Book Loves You, a satirical self-help book. He created a music video for his song "Bitch Lasagna" in October 2018, and it quickly became the most viewed video on his YouTube page.
He was raised alongside his sister Fanny by his parents, Lotta Kristine Johanna and Family Member Ulf Christian Kjellberg. In 2011, he started dating Instagram Star Marzia Kjellberg and later relocated to Italy to live with her and their two pugs. They got engaged on April 27, 2018, and married in August of this year.
YouTube Star Jenna Marbles, another internet celebrity, was nominated for the Most Popular Social Show web personality category, which he won.
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