December 28, 1990
Altheimer, Arkansas, U.S.
|Origin||St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Also known as||Kingsley|
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|Updated April 06, 2020|
King Russell (born December 28, 1990), better known by his screen name Kingsley, is an American YouTube personality, comedian, and blogger. He has been featured on TV shows such as Tosh.0 and Just Keke. Kingsley is most well known for his comical rants and pop culture commentary.
Kingsley achieved viral stardom with his Things I Hate video. He first entered the mainstream when Ashton Kutcher tweeted out his Wild Animals in the Zoo video. His most popular YouTube uploads include the Ask Kingsley series, Really B Really sketches, and his Overexposed Countdown, where his YouTube audience votes for the most heavily discussed trends in pop culture. In 2014, Kingsley signed a deal with Defy Media to host a new program on Clevver TV.. As of June 2020, Kingsley hasn't uploaded a video to his YouTube channel for one year following a previous one year hiatus from the platform.
On September 3, 2014, he started a podcast called Kingsley's Overexposed. The show consists of nineteen episodes with a total of fifteen guests who have come on. The show debuted at #2 on iTunes. Guests have included Tyler Oakley, Tiffany Pollard, Joey Graceffa, Timothy DeLaGhetto, and Miranda Sings. As of June 2020, Kingsley's podcast is not available on any current podcast platforms.
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