Marcus Butler is one of the most handsome YouTubers the UK has to offer. He’s charming, funny and drop dead gorgeous? Sadly though, Marcus is off the market. The successful YouTuber has been dating a German model for almost two years.
The social media star has two YouTube channels, one of which he refers to as his main channel and the second is more focused on vlogging his personal life. Butler has over 4 million subscribers on his main channel called simply Marcus Butler. In the last decade or so he has collaborated with many other YouTubers such as Casper Lee, Zoella Jim Chapman, and Connor Franta. When he initially started making videos, he was dating Naomi Smart, another successful British YouTuber.
Apart from making comedic skits and music videos, he has been a part a few other projects— for example, Butler has appeared in the TV shows Saturday Night Takeaway, Release the Hounds, and Good Morning Britain. In addition to that, he also released a single in 2016 which was titled; I’m Famous with Conor Maynard, which charted in his native UK.
How much does the young YouTube Star pull in from his YouTube videos? How fruitful is his online career? What other sources of revenue does he have? Is he rich? If so, just HOW rich is he? To answer all these questions, let’s have a better look at his accomplishments below.
Butler was born on December 18, 1991, in Shoreham-by-Sea, United Kingdom. He initially began to post music videos to YouTube while still in college. His main comedy channel was later formed in 2010. A few of his earliest uploads that are still available on his channel include Lady GaGa Bad Romance Remix, Facebook Groups, and Fred Has Sex!
Fast forward to 2019, and he has amassed almost 5 million subscribers with nearly 400 million combined views. Out of his videos, many have generated millions of hits each such as, Singing with Helium, The Official YouTube Boyband, Impressions with Helium, and How to Kiss with Caspar Lee.
His empire has grown further than YouTube; the 27-year-old has also made television appearance over the years. Butler appeared in an episode of the British TV program Release the Hounds with other YouTubers Alfie Deyes and Joe Sugg. Marcus has appeared on countless morning shows as well. He also released a book called Hello Life in which he shares his life journey thus far. queue
Speaking of other entrepreneurial ventures, he was once a member of a YouTube Boyband in the past. His bandmates included Caspar Lee, Jim Chapman, Joe Sugg, and Alfie Deyes; they helped to create awareness and raise money for Comic Relief, an established British charity.
In the last year, viewers have witnessed how Marcus has evolved his channel from just reviewing products and making parodies to creating podcasts and talking about important issues with other social media stars.