Okay, let’s get you stuccoed! Chris Stuckmann is a multi-talented film enthusiast who is best known for his YouTube channel. He is a writer, filmmaker, film critic, and a great movie lover. His YouTube channel is a focal point for all films, from film reviews and reviews to spoiler discussions and some of his own short and feature film content.
Using a letter rating system of A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D- and F, he regularly reviews both old and new films. Hilariocity, a series for rating films, is a popular feature on his channel.
Chris Stuckmann Bio (Age)
Chris Stuckmann was born on April 15, 1988, in Akron, Ohio. He is currently 30 years old, having marked another year last month. He is a citizen of the United States of America and currently lives in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Details of his education are not yet available to the public.
His parents married on July 25, 1972, we know this because he wished them a happy 40th anniversary in 2012 on his Facebook page, and it is hoped they are still lovingly together. His mother was instrumental in fuelling his already burning love for movies into a full-fledged career. In 2002, she took him to see the film Signs and also gave him a camcorder, which, as he points out, changed his life.
The man is also a lover of games and discusses many of them on his channel. No wonder that his YouTube channel Chris Stuckmann, which has around 1260 uploads, has over 1.2 million subscribers with a whopping 335 million + views.
In 2002 he ventured into the fan film business and now has over 200 short films and a handful of feature-length films to his credit.
Two of his many great achievements are the title of a certified critic for Rotten Tomatoes and his selection as a contributor to ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com, part of Channel Awesome. His contract with Channel Awesome lasted for four years when he came on board in 2014 and ended in April 2018.
Chris worked as a disability assistant for Akron Public Schools before devoting himself entirely to his career as a film critic. It is also interesting that he is a highly talented dancer. His first book, The Film’s Buff’s Bucket List: The 50 films of the 2000s that you have to see before you die, was published in March 2016. His second book, Anime Impact, was published in April 2018 and is a collection of his and several other contributions about anime that have influenced generations.
Chris Stuckmann Net Worth
Since joining on January 6, 2011, Chris has been a constant YouTube personality and has amassed a considerable fortune as YouTube estimates his annual income at $22.5k – $359.4k.
However, his total net worth from his writing, movies and other ventures is still under review and is currently unknown.
Chris Stuckmann’s Wife
Chris is in a loving relationship with his wife Samantha Stuckmann, née Liz. It is known that she is his long-time girlfriend, with whom he was friends for several years before he married in 2014.
Sam Liz also assists in the production of his YouTube films and is seen as an actor in short films such as Julia (2013) and Drinking Game (2015). She also appears in his Annual Halloween Special series (2013- date).
What Happened To His Teeth?
On April 4, 2016, Chris had his teeth fitted with braces. Two days later he went on Twitter and tweeted about the pain associated with a GIF. He received massive support and encouraging words from his followers.
What really happened to his teeth? Well, on March 19, 2016, Chris shot a short video of his jaw/teeth that made a strange sound. He told his followers that it had been like this for a while, but had gotten worse. With this, he hinted that he would get braces and asked if this was some kind of rite of passage for nerds.
Height and Other Facts About Mr. Stuckmann
Height: 6 feet 4 inches
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Birth Sign: Aries
First Movie Review: Ponyo (Miyazaki, 2008)
Least Favorite Movie of all Time: Dragonball Evolution
Favorite Movies: Collateral, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Drive, and Signs
Most Viewed YouTube Video: Prometheus Explained
Favorite YouTube Channel: Red Letter Media