|Who is it?
|September 18, 1992
|31 YEARS OLD
|Real Name / Birth name
|Age / How old?
|September 18, 1992
|From (Place of Birth):
|Race / Ethnicity
|Filthy Frank Education
|He graduated from Canadian Academy (Japan) in 2012. He also studied at college in Brooklyn, New York.
|Height / How tall?
|5′ 8″ or 1.70 m
Filthy Frank, also known as George Miller, is a prominent Japanese YouTube star whose net worth is estimated to be between $100K and $1M by 2024. Renowned for his eccentric and controversial content, Filthy Frank gained a massive following on YouTube with his unique blend of music, comedy, and social commentary. His success as an internet personality and musician has undoubtedly contributed to his growing wealth. With his distinct style and unapologetic approach, Filthy Frank continues to captivate audiences, cementing his place as a major influencer in the online world.
Mother: he says his mother is Australian.
Siblings: there is no information about his siblings.
Wives and kids: he is single and doesn’t have kids.
Sexual orientation: straight.
He doesn’t share if he is dating anyone at the moment.
His net worth is $1.3 million.
Place of living: the exact place in unknown. He probably lives in New York where he studies and comes home to Japan for holidays.
Cars: he has a Dodge Stealth.
What characters did he create for his YouTube show?
He posts hilarious stories about characters he created and played by himself. They are FilthyFrank, Salamander Man, Pink Guy, Safari Man, Lemon Guy and some more.
Why is he so secretive about his life?
He prefers not to share where he studies or what his parents’ names are. He thinks it might affect his career negatively in the future because of the content his posts on YouTube.
Did he really live in Japan as a boy?
Yes, it’s true. He was raised in that country because his parents worked there. He still speaks Japanese fluently and has many childhood buddies there.
What kind of music does he perform?
He performs his own songs as Joji and Pink Guy. In the first case it is traditional singing and playing instruments, while in the second case there are comical rap and hip-hop songs. He admits he always dreamed to create serious music and just didn’t expect his absurdist YouTube content to become so popular.