George Miller (entertainer)

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Template:Infobox YouTube personality

George "Joji" Miller is a Japanese-Australian comedian,[1] music producer, and YouTube personality.[2] He is often credited as the creator of the Internet meme known as the "Harlem Shake".[2][3] 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.

George Miller is also the cousin of actor Ezra Miller.[4]Template:Unreliable source?

Content

Miller primarily produces videos focused on criticizing Internet culture on his main channel, TVFilthyFrank. These videos are considered episodes of The Filthy Frank Show.[5] 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.[6] 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".[7] His first album, entitled Pink Guy, was released in 2014.[8] Pink Season is to be released in 2016.

Miller often collaborates with other YouTube personalities, including Ian Carter of "iDubbbzTV",[9] Max Stanley of "maxmoefoe", and HowToBasic. Additionally, he has been featured in videos alongside Felix Kjellberg ("PewDiePie"), as well as Michael Stevens of Vsauce.[9]

Discography

Studio albums

As himself

  • Chloe Burbank: Volume 1 (2015)

As "Pink Guy"

  • Pink Guy (2014)
  • Pink Season (2016)

References

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