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Doug Armstrong (presenter)

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Nationality  British
Role  Presenter
Name  Doug Armstrong
Years active  2008-present
Channel name  epiphanized

Doug Armstrong (YouTuber) Doug Armstrong YouTuber Wikipedia
Born  Douglas John Armstrong May 22, 1992 (age 23) (1992-05-22) Sussex
Genre  food, travel, music, vlogging
Subscribers  165,000 subscribers (July 2015)

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Doug Armstrong (born 22 May 1992) is a British web video personality, YouTube blogger, and presenter who reached over 260,000 subscribers on his YouTube account. He is famous for his "Life Hack" videos but also known for content such as lifestyle, food & cooking, music, travel and vlogging. He is primarily a YouTube vlogger although he is also a presenter. He resides in London, United Kingdom.


Doug Armstrong (YouTuber) Doug Armstrong Stands up to Cancer in his underwear ATV Today

He was invited to Malawi, Africa to support the Sightsavers charity. He has collaborated with other YouTube personalities, including Joey Graceffa. In February 2015 he created a chocolate maze made entirely out of chocolate fingers with the help of a food artist and built to the model of the size in the film The Maze Runner to celebrate the film's DVD and Blu-ray release and help promote the film. For this he was featured in the Daily Mail. More recently he interviewed Bella Thorne for her role in the film The Duff. He officially came out as gay in 2015 but told viewers in his video that coming out should not be a big deal. He is also known to be a fan of the boy band The Vamps, whom he has interviewed. He helped out in a song by The Vamps as part of an effort to raise money and awareness for the Teenage Cancer Trust. He has made parodies of music videos, including Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein ad. In 2015, alongside other YouTube creators, he presented the Microsoft DoAnything advertisement.

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Doug Armstrong (YouTuber) Wikipedia

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