Born In: Canada
Graser is known for his streamer Let’s play game for the surreal but pixelated game-world of Minecraft. Zach a.k.a Graser was only eight years old when he created Graser10 in Club Penguin which later became his iconic gameplay channel. Graser is a real-life prankster and often plays heart thumping tricks on his friends and family members. He formed a YouTube gamers club named The Cube, the members of which can be seen in lot of his videos. With millions of subscribers, his self-titled channel is one of the most sought after when it comes to the game Minecraft. More notably, he collaborates with other popular YouTube gamers like StacyPlays to make weekly videos about their gaming style and challenges. It is not likely for a geek to be a bully but that’s not the case with Graser; he finds even the nooks and crannies of one’s personality to subject to his humorous analogies so he can entertain the people around him. He is lovingly called Graze by most of his fans and in return he calls them his Biznatchez.
Also Known As: Zachary
mother: Donna Graser
siblings: Adam Graser, Josh Graser
Born Country: Canada
The thought of becoming the best “flat-faced bus driver” used to be Graser’s childhood dream. Even though he did not pursue his dream of becoming a bus driver, he managed to brighten up his day by playing games all-night after he got back from school. Back when he created his Club Penguin character, he was so happy that he threw a party within the game, after his channel reached 2000 subscribers. In one of his videos, he even mentioned that school was boring, and wanted to just game all day, and so he did. Graser was very creative and witty with his videos and snarky comments, so at the time he chose to stream his games online on YouTube and Twitch—people really liked his work. He has over 2.8 million subscribers and 528 million video views.
His clever puns and slapstick gameplay are not the only things that make this guy an awesome choice as a role model for the budding Minecraft community. Graser is very sensible about making the right content for his fans that are mostly considered to be between the ages 8 and 16. There is a video made by Graser which shows his contribution to the ALS association as the world was taken over by the Ice-bucket challenge. Graser himself has mentioned in one of his videos that he used to be a bully, back in high school, but seeing him make such a kind contribution to causes like these would only nudge his young fans to do the right thing.
Clearly, Graser likes to set a great example for his fans, looking at his ways of giving and adventurous lifestyle. He has lost over 60 pounds of weight since he started his own fitness regimen, and he was proud to share it with his viewers in his video How I deal with Hate. Graser has also published a book titled Mysterious Castle: An Unofficial Adventure. The book is about a robot and his danger-filled escapades in the world of Minecraft.
Other than kicking off his day by streaming on YouTube and Twitch, Graser also loves to play around in heights. He often states that he has Acrophobia, the fear of heights. As a way of getting around it or to just enjoy the thrill of flying above a 1000 feet from solid ground, he plans daring activities like flying on an open helicopter over the New York cityscape. He even managed to prank his dad saying that he fell off an airplane and that he was hospitalized during his trip to Los Angeles.
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