YouTube celebrities are those persons or groups who have grown to prominence due to their appearance in YouTube videos. In addition to fans, some YouTube celebrities have corporate sponsors, who pay for product placement in their clips or production of online ads. Some have quit their day jobs or changed careers to accommodate their YouTube filming schedules.

User(s) Notes References
Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan Chad Vader - Day Shift Manager [1]
Amanda Baggs One of her YouTube videos caught the attention of CNN [2]
Amber Lee Ettinger a.k.a. Obama Girl from I Got a Crush... on Obama [3]
Ana Gomes Ferreira a.k.a. Ana Free - singer/songwriter from Portugal. [4]
Andy McKee A fingerstyleguitarist that signed to the US-American record label Candyrat Records. [5]
Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox AKA Smosh. Currently #3 most subscribed on YouTube [6]
Baba Ali a.k.a. ummahfilms - Known for his Reminder Series and Ask Baba Ali Series. [7][8]
Baimurat Allaberiyev a.k.a. Jimmy - known for his percussive rendition of Indian songs and Indian-like vocal. [9][10]
Ben Going a.k.a. boh3m3 [11]
Bo Burnham Bo Fo Sho, I'm Bo yo [12]
Brandon Hardesty a.k.a. ArtieTSMITW [13]
Brooke Brodack a.k.a. Brookers [14]
Caitlin Hill a.k.a. TheHill88 [15]
Charles Trippy a.k.a. charlestrippy and CTFxC [16]
Charlie McDonnell a.k.a. charlieissocoollike [17]
Chris Crocker Most notable for Leave Britney Alone! [18]
Christine Gambito a.k.a. HappySlip [19]
Cory Williams a.k.a. Mr. Safety from SMP Films, organizer of the "As One" YouTube gathering [20][21][22]
Dan Brown Developer of the "Dan Brown Method" of solving a Rubik's Cube; won Second Annual YouTube Video Awards (instructional category) for "How to solve a Rubik's Cube". [23][24][25]

[Demi Lovato] Disney's star of Sonny with a chance and As the bell rings

Douglas Sarine and Kent Nichols Creators of Ask a Ninja [26]
Esmée Denters a.k.a. esmeedenters [27]
Gary Brolsma Creator of The Numa Numa Dance [28]
Harry and Charlie Davies-Carr Charlie Bit My Finger [29][30]
Huang Yi Xin Back Dormitory Boys [31]
Iman Crosson a.k.a. Alphacat, known for his impersonation of PresidentBarack Obama [32][33][34]
James Provan a.k.a. GiR2007, creator of Pancakes! [35][36]
Jay Maynard a.k.a. the "Tron guy" [37][38]
Jeong-Hyun Lim a.k.a. Funtwo [39]
Jessica Rose, Yousef Abu-Taleb, Jackson Davis, and Alexandra Dreyfus from lonelygirl15 [40][41]
Joe Bereta and Luke Barats Creators of Barats and Bereta [42]
John and Hank Green of Brotherhood 2.0 [43]
Juan Mann of the Free Hugs Campaign [44]
Judith Bustos La Tigresa del Oriente, Peruvian singer and make-up artist whose YouTube exposure led to a contract with Warner Bros.Mexico [45]
Julia Nunes Singer, songwriter, guitar and ukulele player. Performances with Ben Folds, scheduled to appear at 2009 Bonnaroo Music Festival [46]
Justin Bieber Singer, a.k.a. kidrauhl. [47]
Justine Ezarik a.k.a. iJustine, Creator of Ask iJ and a Life Caster, also known for her 300 page iPhone Bill.
Kevin Nalty a.k.a. "Nalts" [48]
Kutiman Multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, bandleader, creator of ThruYou [49][50]
Lasse Gjertsen a.k.a. Lassegg [51]
The Laughing Baby a.k.a. haha, laughing baby, cute adorable baby [52][53]
Lauren Luke a.k.a Panacea81, make-up artist [54][55][56]
Liam Kyle Sullivan Best known for Shoes and Muffins
Lisa Donovan a.k.a. LisaNova and LonesomeRhodes1 [57]
Lisa Lavie Singer, Songwriter [58][59][60]
Lord Christopher Monckton Climate Change debater, gained fame from a youtube video showing him speaking in St. Paul. During the last few minutes of his speech, Monckton stated that the meeting at Copenhagen would cede US sovereignty. [61][62][63][64][65]
Lucas Cruikshank a.k.a. Fred and Lucas from JKL Productions. Currently #2 Most Subscribed on Youtube. [66]
Magibon a.k.a. MRirian [67]
Marié Digby a.k.a. mariedigby [68]
Marina Orlova a.k.a. HotForWords [69]
Melody Oliveria a.k.a. bowiechick [70]
Mia Rose a.k.a. miaarose [71]
Michael Agrusso a.k.a. ItsJustSomeRandomGuy, creator of "Hi, I'm a Marvel...and I'm a DC" video series, YouTube celebrity among comic book movie fans with panels at New York Comic Con 2008 and 2009 [72][73]
Michael Buckley of What the Buck?! [74]
Neil Cicierega created "Potter Puppet Pals", a Harry Potter spoof series winning YouTube awards and receiving over 50 million views.
Natalie Tran a.k.a. communitychannel [75]
Noah Kalina Notable for his video Noah takes a photo of himself every day for 6 years [76]
Pat Condell Comedian, antitheist, 35 of his videos were published to DVD. [77][78][79]
Paul Robinett a.k.a. Renetto [80][81]
Peter Coffin (comedian) Known for song and movie parodies, as well as AutoTuning elderly people [82]
Peter Oakley a.k.a. geriatric1927 [83]
Peter Schiff A financial broker and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, Peter Schiff is known for the video Peter Schiff Was Right 2006 - 2007 (2nd Edition) by Jdouche. His internet fame created a grassroots movement which prompted him to run for senate in Connecticut. [84][85][86][87][88][89][90][91]
Philip DeFranco a.k.a. sxephil [92]
Rhett and Link a.k.a. Rhett McLaughlin, and Link Neal [93][94][95][96][97][98]
Remy Munasifi a.k.a. GoRemy [99]
Rick Astley singer of the now YouTube phenomenon song "Never Gonna Give You Up", which started Rickrolling all over YouTube, the internet, and the world watching the Macy's Parade as of 2008.
Ryan Higa and Sean Fujiyoshi a.k.a Nigahiga. #1 most subscribed
Samwell Most notable for the video "What What (In the Butt)" [100][101]
Sarah Austin a.k.a. Pop17 and Sarah Meyers [102]
Savannah Outen a.k.a. "savannah7448" #69 most subscribed (all time) (global)
Shane Dawson YouTube username "ShaneDawsonTV" #5 most subscribed of all time [103]
"Spencer and Dylan" a.k.a. "Traveler and Frosty Brain" (real names unknown); YouTube Channel, Household Hacker, is the 27th most subscribed as of August 2009. [104]
Stevie Ryan a.k.a. littleloca, TheRealParis, Ooolalaa, and stevieryan [105]
Straight No Chaser Straight No Chaser was an undergraduate a Capella group whose 10 year old version of "12 days of Christmas went viral in 2007. Atlantic Records signed them to a 5 album deal due to their YouTube success. [106]
Taryn Southern a.k.a 'Hott4Hill', Hillary Clinton campaign video. [107]
Tay Zonday Most notable for Chocolate Rain [108]
Terra Naomi a.k.a. terranaomi [109]
Terroja "TJ" Kincaid a.k.a TheAmazingAtheist: Predicted Finland school shooting [110][111]
Tom Dickson star of Will It Blend? [112][113]
VenetianPrincess The #1 most subscribed female on YouTube, in the world. [114]
William Sledd Vlogger that produces videos which center around fashion. [115]
Ysabella Brave A vocalist that was signed by Cordless Recordings. [116]

Product placement

Fast food chain Carl's Jr. partnered with Google and paid a number of popular YouTube users to advertise their new Portobello Mushroom Six Dollar Burger. They told them to produce videos that 'tell how you eat a burger and mention the product by name'.[117][118][119][120] Sanyo did the same thing to promote a new camera.[121] A handful are also official "YouTube Partners," meaning the company cuts them a share of ad revenue. [11] [19] [48][122] [123][124]

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