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Júlio Cocielo in 2017
|Born||May 25, 1993|
Osasco, São Paulo State, Brazil
|Total views||1.1 billions|
|Associated acts||Rafinha Bastos, Eduardo Sterblitch|
|Subscriber and view counts updated as of April 26, 2018.|
Julio Cocielo (born May 25, 1993), known by his YouTube channels CanalCanalha is a Brazilian YouTube vlogger and comedian with over 16 million subscribers and over 1 billion total video views on his YouTube channel, CanalCanalha.
Early life[edit | edit source]
Born in Osasco, São Paulo State, Brazil, his parents tried to have him aborted but were unsuccessful for an unspecified reason. They ended up separating when he was a young child with Julio leaving with his mother and his siblings permanently and his father leaving and taking the family's dog.
In 2007, Julio's father gradually tried to reconnect with him but died undergoing an unknown surgery. In the early 2010's, his dog died, which left Julio in depression. To overcome his newfound sorrow, he found comedy, one of his inspirations being Brazilian comedian, Eduardo Sterblitch.
By the time he reached young adulthood, he graduated High School but was unemployed. Soon, his friends encouraged him to make posting comedic videos on YouTube his job and at the end of 2011, he uploaded his first YouTube video on his CanalCanalha channel.
YouTube career[edit | edit source]
His videos garnered contorversy from the public, but he was able to gain many subscribers, views, and YouTuber friends.
In 2013, his channel reached 100,000 subscribers. Two years later, his channel reached 1,000,000 subscribers. In 2016, his channel reached 10,000,000 subscribers, making it the second most subscribed channel from Brazil.
Although his channel is now the fourth most subscribed from Brazil, his channel since has entered the top 50 most subscribed on YouTube of all time. Also, his channel reached 1 billion views on December 19, 2017.
Reference[edit | edit source]
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- CanalCanalha on YouTube
- Júlio Cocielo on Instagram
- Júlio Cocielo on Facebook
- Júlio Cocielo on Twitter
- CanalCanalha on Google+
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