Seán McLoughlin Net Worth

Seán McLoughlin was born on February 07, 1990 in  Westmeath, Ireland, Ireland, is Producer, Director, Writer. Seán McLoughlin was born on February 7, 1990 in Westmeath, Ireland as Sean William McLoughlin. He is a producer and director, known for Break Skate Betty (2014), I Am Bread (2014) and Concerned Joe (2015).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Producer, Director, Writer
Birth Day February 07, 1990
Birth Place  Westmeath, Ireland, Ireland
Birth Sign Pisces
Residence Brighton, England, United Kingdom
Occupation YouTube personality
Also known as Jacksepticeye Jack
Channel Jacksepticeye
Years active 2012–present
Genre Let's Play Comedy Vlog
Subscribers 18.7 million
Total views 9.19 billion
Network Polaris (Maker Studios)
Associated acts Markiplier PewDiePie Dan and Phil Tobuscus Game Grumps Egoraptor Ninja Sex Party CinnamonToastKen Daithi De Nogla
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McLoughlin started to work on his YouTube channel in November 2012, under the name "jacksepticeye", in which he posted gameplay videos. In 2013, McLoughlin was mentioned in a PewDiePie video, causing him to gain mass popularity; he went from 2,500 subscribers in September 2013, to 3.2 million by 2015.


During the month of July 2014, McLoughlin's channel gained over 57 million views. At the time, his channel had only 800,000 subscribers. By February 2015, the channel reached one billion views.


In June 2017, Polaris, a division of The Walt Disney Company, announced that McLoughlin would be featured on D | XP, a television programming block on the channel Disney XD. The title of the series featuring McLoughlin is Polaris: Player Select. He and YouTuber Strawburry17 hosted the Level Up! games panel at the D23 Expo 2017.


In January 2018, McLoughlin hosted a charity livestream that raised over $225,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, followed, in February, by a second stream that raised a further $110,000 for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance.