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Jack Merridew (YouTuber)

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Jack Merridew
Personal information
Born (1993-01-16) January 16, 1993 (age 28)
Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
ResidenceLos Angeles, California, U.S.
  • YouTuber
  • author
YouTube information
Years active2012-present
GenreComedy, self-love, body positivity, LGBT community, sexuality
Associated acts
  • Davey Wavey
  • Matthew Lush

Jack Merridew (born January 16, 1993) is an American author and YouTube personality. He is well known for his light-hearted storytime videos.[1][2]

Early life and education[edit]

Merridew was born on January 16, 1993 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Parkland High School and Ithaca College with a degree in screenwriting.[3]


Merridew began posting videos on YouTube in 2012, reaching one-hundred thousand subscribers by January 2015 and has since garnered more than 370,000 subscribers. Merridew posts videos pertaining to: the LGBT community, sexuality, and body positivity.[4] From his success on YouTube, Merridew filmed a commercial for gay adult novelty website, adammale and has self-released two books: Fireworks Over Suburbia in 2012 and Teenage Idol in 2013.[5] Prior to fame, Merridew worked as a cashier at Wegmans, a grocery store in Pennsylvania.

Published works[edit]

  • Fireworks Over Suburbia (2012)
  • Teenage Idol (2013)
  • The Night Tommy Swanson Died (2019)



Year Title Role Notes
2017 Off Track Himself Short film


  1. "Jack "Sexy Halloween Costume" Merridew Is Back With Some Hot New Offerings".
  2. Koff, Derek de (14 October 2016). ""Slutty Halloween Costume" Guy Is Back With A New Array Of Looks".
  3. Weller, Justin T. (12 June 2017). "Off Camera with Jack Merridew".
  4. Zayas, Angel L. "Blog: Great Hair, Great Message (My Interview with Jack Merridew) - The Ithacan". theithacan.org.
  5. "Author Interview: Jack Merridew - Open Letters Monthly - an Arts and Literature Review". www.openlettersmonthly.com.

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