Sam Pepper

YouTube Star

Sam Pepper was born in Ashford, England, United Kingdom on March 26th, 1989 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 35, Sam Pepper biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Samuel Pepper, Sam
Date of Birth
March 26, 1989
Place of Birth
Ashford, England, United Kingdom
35 years old
Zodiac Sign
Social Media
Sam Pepper Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 35 years old, Sam Pepper has this physical status:

Hair Color
Black (Natural)
Eye Color
Not Available
Sam Pepper Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Pent Valley Technology College
Sam Pepper Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Not Available
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Dating / Affair
Cat Rose (2014), Bella Thorne (2017), Hannah (2018)
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He has a sister and a brother.
Sam Pepper Career

Online career

Pepper began posting videos on September 8, 2010, mainly containing pranks. Pepper began his worldwide comedy tour from late-2013 to mid-2014, with partner and fellow YouTuber Marius "Maz" Listhrop.

Pepper released "Fake Hand Ass Pinch Prank," a controversial video released in September 2014. Pepper will go up to women and ask for directions before pinching their buttocks. Many women reported that Pepper had sexually assaulted or assaulted them right away after the video was released. The hashtag #ReportSamPepper became a trend on Twitter shortly, as well as many others who condemned Pepper's behavior. A few days later, Pepper demonstrated another video in which women will bow behind men and pinch their buttocks. He also posted a video announcing that his first prank was a "social experiment" and that the film was "staged and scripted." Sexual harassment was "the focal point of the experiment," he continued. Both of these videos were taken from YouTube right after they were released. Laci Green, a fellow video blogger, released a video titled "Sam Pepper Exposed" addressing the sexual harassment charges to Pepper, which was addressed in a video. In addition, Green wrote an open letter urging Pepper to "stop assaulting women and making them uncomfortable on the street for views." More than 100 thousand signatures were received on the letter.

Pepper released a video titled "Killing Best Friend Prank" in November 2015. Sam Golbach and Colby Brock, two internet stars, appear in the video. A masked Pepper kidnaps Golbach and Brock (the latter of whom was in on the prank with Pepper), who are parked at an unknown location, shoving Golbach into the trunk of the car with a bag over his head. Pepper helps Pepper tie up Golbach and carry him to a rooftop, where he is forced to watch Pepper "shoot" Brock, leaving Golbach in tears. The video sparked a backlash on social media, with others on social media also making it to the front page. The video was compared to an "ISIS-style execution," according to British newspaper Metro. Pepper was taken off from YouTube by a subsequent online petition. Pepper said in a Metro interview that the video and himself had been "shocking." In the same interview, Golbach said that the film was "about living life to the full" rather than taking life for granted and loving it because it was short." Pepper launched a GoFundMe campaign, claiming that if $1.5 million was promised to him, he would delete his YouTube channel if promised to him. The campaign was halted shortly after, as was the case with the accompanying video that was posted on his YouTube channel.

Pepper made all of his YouTube videos private and deleted all of his tweets except one that said "I give up." On February 24, he released "i'm sorry" as a 20-minute video. Pepper confessed that several of his pranks, including his controversial "Killing Best Friend Prank," were staged in the video. He also denied all allegations of sexual assault and rape against him. He apologised for his videos, calling himself a "idiot," and said that he will continue to post on YouTube and "make content that I truly believe in." Pepper stopped posting prank videos and starting uploading vlogs after the video was released, and instead received a more positive response.

Pepper stopped showing on his main channel and rebranded to his "Sam Pepper Live" channel, where he began vlogging and often live streaming with fellow live streamer Ice Poseidon. Pepper rebranded once more and became inactive on YouTube, then TikTok. He mainly posts short comedy videos based on "challenge videos, lifehacks, and stunts; the Metro calls his presence on the site a "fully fledged comeback."

Pepper, a 2021 resident who was living and often with former Faze Clan member Frazier Kay, was accused by Kay of ordering a programme inside the currency that would allow for the cryptocurrency to be used as a pump and dump scheme. Pepper hasn't commented on the allegations after Kay accused Pepper of orchestrating the pump and dump.

YouTube's most popular segment right now is more than 2.16 million.


Scenes as Ice Poseidon lures a sex employee to their Australian apartment and film a bloke getting closer to her the world - before a text causes her to abandon and cops swoop, September 28, 2023
When Paul Denino, a livestream video producer, was in Brisbane last Friday, he and two others were hired the escort. However, she stayed in the hotel after being told that Denino and his sidekick Sam Pepper were hiding in the bedroom when the third man, who was only identified as 'Andy,' tried to lead her in. When police swooped to arrest Denino and Pepper in the street, they left the hotel just after the failed stunt and were already livestreaming their night.
Sam Pepper Tweets and Instagram Photos
25 Aug 2022

Spider hand prank pt.2!

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21 Aug 2022

😈😈 Spider hand Prank 😈😈

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8 Aug 2022
27 Jul 2022

Can some explain this to me in the comments!

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21 Jul 2022

One of my all time favorite hacks

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17 Jul 2022

Actually looks so cool as well!

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