George Janko Bio

(YouTuber, Singer)

Birthday: January 3, 1993 (Capricorn)

Born In: Chicago, Illinois

George Janko is a recording artist, Vine star and social media personality. He is best known for his debut album ‘Without Fame’ which became popular on YouTube. He has his own YouTube channel where he has amassed over 1.6 million subscribers and a fashion line that goes by the name of 'George Janko.' His video ‘Meet My Crazy Family’ went viral on social media and was much talked about. Janko received favorable reviews for his acting skills which he displayed in a short film titled ‘Lyin' Ryan’ and in the comedy flick ‘FML’. He also wrote and released the popular numbers ‘Where’s the Love’ and ‘Feel So Alive’, in collaboration with Conor Maynard. He has endorsed a number of brands and is active on social media where he has a huge fan following, especially Instagram, where he has gathered more than 1.9 million followers. He has collaborated with a number of illustrious Viners, including Amanda Cerny, Dolan Twins, Matthew Espinosa and Anwar Jibawi.

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Quick Facts

Age: 29 Years, 29 Year Old Males

Born Country: United States

Height: 5'10" (178 cm), 5'10" Males

City: Chicago, Illinois

U.S. State: Illinois

Childhood & Early Life

George Janko was born in Chicago, Illinois, USA on January 3, 1993. He is of North American origin and was brought up in Arizona. After completing high school, he studied Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences.

While he was in college, he became active on social media and started experimenting with YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. He soon gained a large number of followers on social media and started getting noticed by fellow social media users. He started Vining in 2014, and decided to make it a full-time occupation.

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Career
George Janko released his debut album ‘Without Fame’, and it became popular on YouTube and Vine. He then gained recognition as a recording artist and soon released avideo titled ‘Meet My Crazy Family’ that went viral on social media.

His initial success encouraged him to start his ownYouTube channel in September 2016. He started off by uploading comedy videos, sketches and challenges that earned over 1.6 million subscribers within a short span of time. He then collaborated with well-known Viners like Jake Paul and Logan Paul, which brought him instant success.

He then started to collaborate with stars like Matthew Espinosa, Anwar Jibawi, The Dolan Twins (Ethan and Grayson), KMAC and Amanda Cerny which elevated his status on social media. Also, more number of people started watching his videos as he gained more than 500,000 followers on Vine.

George Janko acted in a short comedy movie titled ‘Lyin' Ryan’, directed by Logan Paul and Anthony Villalobos. This was closely followed by his appearance in the movie ‘FML’, which was directed by Jason Nash.
He had a prominent role in ‘Lyin' Ryan’ and his acting skills were appreciated by his fans, critics and general movie lovers.
George always wanted to become a songwriter in order to express his thoughts through music. Hence hewent on to write and releaseacouple ofsongs like ‘Where’s the Love’ and ‘Feel So Alive’, by collaborating with Conor Maynard. The lyrics of the songs were appreciated on social media and became popular on YouTube.
George Janko has endorsed a number of brands, including McDonald’s. He became an entrepreneur when he launched his own line of fashion. Apparels like T-shirts, caps and jackets with his name printed on them are sold online.

He has more than 1.9 million followers on Instagram, over 500,000 followers on Vine, 1.6 million subscribers on YouTube and around 303k followers on Twitter.

Personal Life

Janko previously dated model Shelly Scholten. He then started dating social media star Shawna Della-Ricca.

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