6′ 4″ (1.93 m).
Biography, Facts, Family
A lot of people these days are starting YouTube channels in the hopes that they can join an elite group that has been able to turn this popular website into a source of income. One man who has been successful in pursuing this goal is Rob Dyke.
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October 28, 1987
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University / College: Mount Wachusett Community College
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YouTube Blogger, Assistant Director, Camera Operator, Director and Screenwriter.
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He is associated with other YouTubers like This Exists, Matthew Santoro, BobisWeirdTv, Hungry Lights, Moonshine Bonanza, Daym Drops and HouseholdHacker.
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White / Caucasian
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1. Rob has two popular series
Rob Dyke has a YouTube channel named after himself. It has been in operation since September of 2012. Though he originally uploaded comedy sketches and vlogs, his channel is now usually split between “Seriously Strange” and “Why Would You Put That on the Internet?” Of the two, the former is more popular. It is broken down into three more distinct series:”Serial Killer Files”, “Twisted Tens” and “Caught on Camera.”
2. Not all of Rob’s serieses have been successful
Back in 2015, Rob Dyke created a comedy series he called Social Autopsy. In it, he would attempt to dissect society. Topics he targeted included the shortcomings of high school, hypocrisy and breast cancer. The series only made it to six episodes before Rob quit producing it.
3. Dyke dropped out of high school
However, he did go on to earn his GED before pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice at Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner, MA.
4. Rob has worked some strange jobs
Before finding success on YouTube, Rob Dyke worked as an executive protection specialist, private investigator and counselor to sex offenders.
5. Dyke started on YouTube because it seemed better than film
Rob Dyke always liked to make people laugh and always had a passion for film. However, he realized that if he started a YouTube channel, he would have complete control.
6. Rob Dyke also gets a lot attention for his memes
As someone who loves making people laugh, Dyke isn’t satisfied with just his YouTube series and even makes lots of memes too. His most famous one, known as “Squeeky Squeeky” has gone viral a few different times.
7. Why Would You Put That on the Internet accepts fan submissions
One of the reasons Dyke has become so popular is because he accepts submissions from fans for Why Would You Put That on the Internet. Rob claims he gets over 100 submissions a week, which he then picks the best videos from and provides humorous commentary about.
8. Dyke’s advice to those who may want to do the same
Back when Dyke was still shy of 40,000 subscribers, an interviewer asked about what advice he would give to someone who wanted to start a successful channel. His answer: “Get started.”
9. Each video takes about 45 minutes to shoot
Dyke has also said it used to take a day or two to write everything, but he has since been able to hire help and streamline things.
10. Household Hacker helped get him started
Back when Rob Dyke was struggling with just around 20,000 followers, YouTube star Household Hacker had him on his channel. As Household Hacker had over two million subscribers, this became a big break in Dyke’s career.