Jack Douglass Biography
Jack Douglass whose birth name is John Patrick Douglass was born on June 30, 1988 he is better known online as Jacksfilms, is an American YouTube personality, comedian, Web-based entertainer, film artist and musician. Jack developed a love for music while he was in high school and began playing the French horn and piano. Soon he started making films for fun with his friends and uploaded them on You Tube. Their popularity soared.This prompted him to launch his own You Tube channel, ‘jacksfilms’, where he regularly uploaded his videos. ‘Your Grammar Sucks’ is one of his most popular series where the humour is all about incorrect grammar, spellings and punctuations. His other two popular series are ‘JackAsk’, where he answers viewer’s questions and ‘Yesterday I Asked You, where he puts questions to his viewers and airs the most hilarious answers.
Although his YouTube channel initially consisted primarily of parodies, sketches, and humorous music videos he expanded into comedy series centered around comments and submissions from viewers. These include JackAsk, in which he answers viewer submitted questions via Twitter and comments on his videos.
Jack Douglass Age
He is currently 30 years since he was born on June 30, 1988 as of 2019.
Jack Douglass Height and weight
He has an estimated height of 179 cm and weights 70 kg as of 2019.
Jack Douglass Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2.2 million which he earned from her career.
Jack Douglass Family
He is the son of Dave Douglass who is the Director of Internal Communications and a Blogger and his wife Donna Douglass. He has two older sisters Kathleen Douglass and Eileen Douglass.Jack Douglass Photo
Jack Douglass Education
He went on to attend elementary school and middle school in Maryland. He then went on to study in Atholton High School where he was interested in mathematics and English. He then decided to attend American University where he went on to major in film and in music theory.
Jack Douglass Career
He launched his main You-tube channel, jacks films, on June 26, 2006 which was a commercial for a fictional device which featured him and his family members. Many of Douglass’ early videos were parodies, often about infomercials and Apple products. On July 1, 2012 Jackfilms reached a total of 100 million video views on his channel. On December 16 the same year, the Fine Brothers released a video titled Teens React to Jacksfilms, which he saw a rapid rise in subscribers, gaining almost 100,000 in the following week. On June 27, 2013, the jacksfilms channel reached 1 million subscribers.
He appeared in the 2016 and 2017 editions of YouTube Rewind. On June 29, 2017, Douglass celebrated his 11th anniversary on YouTube with a 16-minute compilation of his parodies, music videos and sketches. On July 27, he hit 3 million subscribers.
Jack Douglass Wife
Erin Elizabeth Douglass age 30 is Jack’s wife. They met in December 2012, and he proposed to her on January 1, 2017 on their 4-year anniversary in the bar where they met. She made her first appearance in a JackIsANerd video called “Hot Irish Female”, and since then she has continued to appear in Jack’s videos. The couple got married on April 21, 2018.
Jack Douglass Wedding
Jack Douglass Yesterday I Asked You
On January 8, 2014, Douglass launched a new series entitled JackAsk, in which he answers viewers questions in a satirical way. The intro and logo for the series are a reference to the TV Series of a similar name, Jackass. there are 80 episodes, in February 2015 he started a daily series on his secondary channel titled Yesterday I Asked You (YIAY) in which he asks his viewers a question and reads his favorite answers to the viewers. After 15 days of uploading YIAY videos to his second channel he moved the series to his main channel and has released episodes on it since. As of August 2017, he has uploaded over 350 episodes.
Jack Douglass Parody
Jack Douglass Book (YIAY)
In Yesterday I Asked You book he asks his viewers a question or gives them a challenge that is make a drawing or animation, create a website and picks his favorite answers or submissions in the following video and Your Grammar Sucks, in which he ridicules viewer-submitted examples of incorrect grammar and spelling from across the Internet.