Freddie Wong’s Biography and Net Worth
|Net Worth $6 Million|
|Birth date September 13, 1985|
|Age 36 years|
|Birthplace Seattle, Washington, U.S.|
|Profession Filmmaker, VFX artist, Gamer|
Freddie Wong, a Chinese-American is a well-known figure on the internet in the United States. He also works as a filmmaker, VFX artist, podcaster, and competitive gamer. Wong has contributed to at least three YouTube channels, including Node, a gaming channel with over 3.2 million subscribers, BrandonJLa, a channel containing behind-the-scenes videos and other content, and RocketJump, the main channel of his production firm, which has over 9 million subscribers. The web series Video Game High School, which he also created, is popular.
Freddie Wong Early Life
On September 13, 1985, Freddie Wong was born in Seattle, Washington. He attended the local Lakeside School before earning his degree from the University Of Southern California School Of Cinematic Arts. Jimmy Wong, his younger sibling, who also appears in “Video Game High School” and is a YouTuber and actor, receives guidance from Freddie. His mother is of Chinese and Mongol origin, and his father is a Canton-born Chinese. Corey Yuen, a director and choreographer of stunts, is his uncle. Wong owns and runs Overcrank Media, a Los Angeles-based media production firm with a focus on web video and feature films. Under his management, the company produced the independent film Bear. Wong first met Brandon Laatsch, his future collaborator, in college.
The major Freddie Wong chose for graduation shows that he knew from an early age that he wanted to succeed as a filmmaker and VFX expert. Wong received his graduation from the USC-affiliated “School of Cinematic Arts” (University of Southern California). Wong was inspired by the world of gaming and the related technology that enabled game designers to produce high-tech, realistic video games with a variety of animation effects.
Freddie Wong Career
Wong competed in the World Series of Video Games in Dallas in July 2007 after launching a YouTube channel in 2006 and first uploaded gaming footage to great success. With his performance of “Less Talk More Rokk” by Freezepop, he took home the top prize in the Guitar Hero 2 tournament. Around this time, he started posting videos to YouTube, where his humorous or video game-related content quickly gained prominence. Wong performed with his newly formed band at the “Hard Rock Café” in New York as part of a national search for the greatest “rock band” team. Freddie’s career as an independent filmmaker started to take off in 2010, which was highlighted by the assistance he gave to “Joe Penna” while he was filming a McDonald’s commercial. Wong produced, co-directed, and acted in a 2011 TV ad for the video game “Battlefield 3,” which was supported by “Electronic Arts.“
Wong’s career reached a turning point in 2011, which ended up being a pivotal year for him. In 2011, Wong established “Rocket Jump,” a studio for making movies, in collaboration with USC alumni Matthew Arnold and Desmond “Dez” Dolly. The trio collaborated on the web series “Video Game High School,” which they began publishing episodes of in May 2012 under the name “Rocket Jump.” Rocket Jump’s channel has gained popularity over time and now has close to 9 million followers and 2 billion video views. The names of Wong’s channels, freddiew and freddiew2, were changed to “RocketJump” and “BrandonJLa,” respectively, in late 2013.
The extraordinary success of “Video Game High School” encouraged him to collaborate with “Lionsgate.” The partnership cleared the door for the debut of the sci-fi series Dimension 404 and the action-packed documentary series RocketJump: The Show, among many other cutting-edge projects that are now in development. The Strongest Man, My Music, and The Gauntlet are just a few of the movies, TV shows, and online series that Wong has co-directed, produced and appeared in.
Wong co-hosted the Maximum Fun network podcast Story Break from April 2017 until October 2021. Along with Will Campos, Anthony Burch, Matt Arnold, and Beth May, Wong has been a co-creator of the Dungeons and Daddies podcast, a Dungeons & Dragons actual play podcast, since January 2019. RocketJump announced on Facebook that production on their first feature film has started on October 21, 2021, in southern California.
Freddie Wong’s Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Freddie Wong is $6 million, which he earns from his all YouTube channels and different business ventures. His all YouTube channel has 13 million followers collectively and billions of views. Freddie has his own luxurious car and luxurious house in Seattle.
Freddie Wong Girlfriend
No information on Freddie’s dating history is available internet, 36 years old Freddie is still single. Maybe he is dating someone but he is not ready to share this with his fans.
Freddie Wong Height and Weight
Freddie is 5′ 8″ inches or 1.73 m tall and weighs 65 kg. He has Chinese ancestry and the colour of his eye and hair is black.
|Weight 66 kg|
|Eye colour Black|
|Hair colour Black|
|Dress size 14 US|
|Shoe size 11 US, 9 UK|