George Miller (entertainer)
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George "Joji" Miller is a Japanese-Australian comedian, music producer, and YouTube personality. He is often credited as the creator of the Internet meme known as the "Harlem Shake". He is well known on YouTube for his character "Filthy Frank". TVFilthyFrank has, as of September 2016, reached over 3 million subscribers and 300 million video views.
Miller primarily produces videos focused on criticizing Internet culture on his main channel, TVFilthyFrank. These videos are considered episodes of The Filthy Frank Show. Miller commonly appears in videos under the fictional persona of "Filthy Frank", an "anti-PC, anti-social, and anti-couth" individual meant to offensively ridicule social issues like racism and sexism, as well as social media. Amongst several side characters also portrayed by Miller, a notable fictitious personality featured in his videos is that of "Pink Guy", a bizarre man in a pink skin-tight costume. Miller has released rap albums under the pseudonym of "Pink Guy". His first album, entitled Pink Guy, was released in 2014. Pink Season is to be released in 2016.
Miller often collaborates with other YouTube personalities, including Ian Carter of "iDubbbzTV", Max Stanley of "maxmoefoe", and HowToBasic. Additionally, he has been featured in videos alongside Felix Kjellberg ("PewDiePie"), as well as Michael Stevens of Vsauce.
- Chloe Burbank: Volume 1 (2015)
As "Pink Guy"
- Pink Guy (2014)
- Pink Season (2016)
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