Matt Sohinki Bio

Matt Sohinki is an American video game enthusiast and popular YouTuber. Check out this biography to know about his birthday, childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about him.

Quick Facts

Birthday: August 29, 1987

Nationality: American

Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Virgo

Born in: California

Famous as: YouTuber

Height: 5'6" (168 cm), 5'6" Males

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Family:

siblings: Daniel, Jonathan

U.S. State: California

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education: Syracuse University

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Matt Sohinki is an American video game enthusiast and YouTube gamer. Better known as just “Sohinki” on the web, he is notable for being a former member of the famous YouTube channel Smosh Games. Currently, he has a self-titled channel on the social media platform and is also a part of a collaborative channel called Toaster Ghost. A man with a charming personality and good looks, Sohinki is known for his incredible game hosting skills. His way of talking and presentation style is unbeatable and this is what makes him standout from other gaming hosts. He is also a comedian who occasionally uploads comedic content. As an avid video gamer, he has posted a variety of gameplay videos on his personal channel as well. He is well educated and is a graduate of Syracuse University. Much beloved as a social media star, he is followed by millions of people all over the world. Besides being known as Sohinki, the YouTuber is also popular by the names EndlessM1ke, Piere La Piere, Dad™ and Kiki on social media.

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Rise to Stardom
  • Matt Sohinki initially began his YouTube career with the channels 'Clevver Games' and 'Mahalo Games', in 2010. Then he, along with some fellow gamers including David "Lasercorn" Moss and Joshua Ovenshire, joined the channel Smosh Games in September 2012. There he hosted a variety of games until August 2017 after which he was no longer a full-time Smosh Games member.
  • Eventually, Sohinki went on to launch the channel ToasterGhost along with Lasercorn and YouTubers Amy Lynn and Pamela Horton. Since then, he has been creating really exciting gaming content for video game lovers. Sohinki and his pals post on every weekday except Wednesday. Aside from this, he and Lasercorn make occasional appearances on the channel Smosh Games. Talking about the popularity of ToasterGhost, it has amassed 59k subscribers and 3 million views (as of September 2018).
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  • Matt Sohinki also runs a personal channel on YouTube. Launched on October 5, 2012, this self-titled channel features random gameplay videos and comedy content. It has gained considerable recognition as of now. Currently, the channel has over 404k subscribers along with millions of views. Some of the must-watch videos on this channel are ‘One Too Many Jesus Jokes (Sohinki Stand-up Comedy)’ and ‘Star Wars Mashups (Sohinki Remix)’. While the first video is a stand-up comedy act featuring the YouTuber, the second one is a video game mashup. One of the recent videos shared by Sohinki on his personal channel is 'Sohinki and Can From Poreotics - Fingazz - I Can Make Ya'.
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Personal Life
  • Matt Sohinki was born on August 29, 1987 in California, the USA. He has two brothers named Jonathan and Daniel. He is a graduate of Syracuse University. His parents live in Virginia.
  • Talking about his love life, Sohinki was in a long distance relationship with a girl named Rebecca who is also a gamer. The couple broke up later on. Sohinki is Jewish and can speak German. One interesting fact about him is that Matt is left-handed when it comes to writing or kicking. He uses his right hand for mostly everything else.
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Last Updated : September 07, 2018
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