Matthew Tyler Oakley is an American YouTuber, actor, activist and author. Much of Oakley's activism has been dedicated to LGBTQ+ youth, LGBT rights, as well as social issues including health care, education, and the prevention of suicide among LGBT youth. Oakley regularly posts material on various topics, including queer politics, pop culture and humor. Oakley began making videos in 2007; his first video Raindrops had received 517,715 views on YouTube as of March 22, 2020. Since uploading his first video in 2007 while a freshman at Michigan State University, his channel has over 682 million views, and, at his peak, over 8 million subscribers. Oakley, who is openly gay, is a former member of the successful collaboration channel "5AwesomeGays," where he produced the Friday video for over three years.
|Born:||Matthew Tyler Oakley, March 22, 1989, Jackson, Michigan, U.S.|
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About Tyler Oakley
YouTube sensation with a quirky sense of humor who put himself at the forefront of gay politics and culture. He has earned over 7 million subscribers on his channel. He won a Teen Choice Award for Most Popular Male Web Star in 2014.
He uploaded his first video in 2007, when he was a freshman at Michigan State University.
He is a close friend and frequent collaborator with Troye Sivan. In 2015, filmmaker Amy Rice released a documentary about him entitled SNERVOUS. He became a competitor on The Amazing Race 28 alongside his friend Korey Kuhl.
He has a very close relationship with his mother who's known as Mama Jackie, and has featured her in several of his videos.
He was named 2014 Most Popular Male Web Star at the Teen Choice Awards despite stiff competition that included Cameron Dallas.
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