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John David Dillon

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John David Dillon[edit]

John David Dillon is a well known comedian in the Midwest United States and in Ft. Lauderdale Florida (specifically under the alias "Carrots" in the Ft. Lauderdale area). John Dillon is a comedian who specializes in improvisational comedy and Standup Comedy. He has produced several viral social media videos under the TikTok username VidsbyJuan and has had popular public Snapchat stories as well. John Dillon was once featured on the MTV show Ridiculousness (TV series). John Dillon is currently part of the traveling Improv group "Miller's Babies" as the lead player. He has several notable SoundCloud songs heavily utilizing shock humour and comedy. In his performing arts career of music he has won multiple state competitions and placed in super regionals.

Early Life[edit]

John Dillon was born on April 23rd, 2005 at 5:20 p.m. at Kettering Medical Center to parents Regina and James Dillon. He grew up with two older siblings: older sister Emily and eldest brother Joseph. He lived in West Carrollton, Ohio until the age of 12, when his family relocated to Springboro, Ohio. He attended Bishop Leibold School from grades Kindergarten to 8th grade, where he was awarded the title of "Most Likely to Write for a Comedy Series." Post grade school he went to Archbishop Alter High School, which he is still attending.


Dillon began his career on May 4th, 2016, when he created his YouTube channel "JDXFrags." His channel mainly consisted of challenges, comedy sketches, and video game content. His channel has remained inactive since February 2nd, 2020, and he has not stated any interest to revive it, especially with it's small following in comparison to his other medias, only amassing around 130 subscribers. In September of 2019, Dillon began releasing shock humor songs on YouTube and SoundCloud under the alias "Lil Big Boy," to which he quickly gained a following of around 10,000 followers. After receiving backlash for his song "Hospital Hoes," he chose to remove his songs and eventually delete his account from both YouTube and SoundCloud. Soon after, on January 28th, 2020, Dillon went viral on tiktok after making a video about caring for his grandmother with Dementia. He has continued to make videos since then, but has had many of his videos removed due to issues with songs not being licensed for commercial use. As of now, Dillon has stated on social media that he is working on a new album of songs to be released in 2022 under a new alias, which has not yet been announced. Since 2019, he has been a prominent member of a Dayton, Ohio-based improv group known as "Miller's Babies," of which he has won multiple improv awards and competitions.


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