Byron Langley (entertainer)
|Born||1 July 1993 (age 25)|
Durban, South Africa
|Education||Glenwood High School|
|Residence||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Subscribers||130+ thousand (main)|
33+ thousand (L&M)
|Total views||2+ million (main)|
1.2+ million (L&M)
|Associated acts||Joe Sugg, Caspar Lee, Josh Pieters, Oli White, Jack Maynard, Conor Maynard, Mikey Pearce, Thomas Willows|
|Updated 16 October 2018|
Byron Langley (born 1 July 1993) is a South African YouTuber, model, actor, and former cricket player. He is best known for his self-titled YouTube channel and playing the role of Simon Brown in the Spud film series and Warren in the Netflix original film The Kissing Booth.
Langley has had two different YouTube channels since 2013. The first one is named "Langers & Mash" and was co-owned by Langley and his former roommate and friend Thomas Willows. The second and most recent channel is named "Byron Langley".
"Langers & Mash" was named after their names [Langley (Langers) and Thomas (thoMASH)]. In this channel, they made various comedy sketches and vlogs. One of the most notable sketches of the channel is "The World's First Naked Gym", where they took viewers on a tour of a fake gym that allows people to workout in a clothing-free environment. The channel has been inactive since December 2017.
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