Shawn C. Phillips
|Shawn C. Phillips|
|Born||September 23, 1985 (age 36)|
Towson, Maryland, U.S.
|📆 Years active||2006 - present|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
Shawn C. Phillips (born September 23, 1985), also known by his YouTube username coolduder, is an American YouTuber and indie horror film actor. On his YouTube channel he reviews movies/DVDs, does "around the town videos" and a series of comedy shorts called Don and Murph.
Phillips was born in Towson, Maryland. During middle school, he and a friend, MJ Kelley, began making their own short films which they eventually uploaded onto YouTube. Phillips attended Towson High School.
Phillips joined YouTube on March 1, 2006 without the intention of presenting a coordinated series of videos. He started uploaded a series of comedic shorts called The Don and Murph Show with his friend and fellow YouTuber MJ Kelley reprising their characters in their skits. However, seeing a YouTuber proudly present his DVD collection inspired him to start his own DVD collection series. As of September 2018, his channel currently has over 77,000 subscribers and over 27,000,000 views.
Phillips credits YouTube for starting his acting career. He was discovered on YouTube by a producer who enjoyed his work and later messaged him to ask if he could star in a movie he was producing called Assault of the Sasquatch. Since then, Phillips has starred in over 100 movies.
In 2014, Phillips was hospitalised and was told by doctors that he was going to die if he didn't lose weight. This caused him to undertake a healthy diet and an exercise programme until he lost over 250 pounds using his YouTube channel in order to document his journey.
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