Sam Tsui

YouTube Star

Sam Tsui was born in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, United States on May 2nd, 1989 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 34, Sam Tsui biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Samuel Tsui, Sam
Date of Birth
May 2, 1989
United States
Place of Birth
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, United States
34 years old
Zodiac Sign
$1 Million
Composer, Pianist, Singer, Songwriter, Youtuber
Social Media
Sam Tsui Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 34 years old, Sam Tsui has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
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Sam Tsui Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Wissahickon High School, Yale University
Sam Tsui Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Casey Breves ​(m. 2016)​
Elaia Tsui-Breves
Dating / Affair
Casey Breves
Judy Tsui
Kent Kevin (Brother)
Sam Tsui Life

Samuel Tsui (born May 2, 1989) is an American singer/songwriter, video producer, and actor.

He came to fame as a YouTuber and is best known for reporting songs by well-known artists such as Adele, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, and many others, as well as some original songs, medleys, and mashups.

Tsui had 3 million subscribers as of August 25, 2018.

Early life and education

Tsui was born on May 2, 1989. His father, Cantonese, emigrated from Hong Kong. His mother is White and from Iowa. He has one brother. He grew up in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, just a block away from Kurt Schneider, his manager and accompanist, with whom he attended Wissahickon High School. As a child, Tsui attended Chinese school and is able to speak Cantonese.

Tsui attended Yale University, where he was a member of Davenport College and The Duke's Men of Yale, an all-male acappella group. In 2011, he graduated from Yale with a major in Classics (Greek).

Personal life

Tsui announced that he is gay and in a long-term friendship with fellow musician and collaborator Casey Breves on his YouTube channel on April 15, 2016. They met while at Yale (Tsui a freshman and Breves a junior) and were both members of a cappella club on campus. On April 16, 2016, Tsui and Breves wed.


Sam Tsui Career


On October 28, 2009, Tsui performed "I'll Be There" by the Jackson 5's "I'll Be There" on ABC World News. He went on to appear on The Bonnie Hunt Show in November of the same year, where he was interviewed and performed Whitney Houston's "Who Loves Me" ("Who Loves Me." He appeared on "It's On" with Alexa Chung, singing Journey's "Don't Stop Believin" for the cast of American television series Glee.

In the fall of 2008, Kurt Schneider created the musical web series College Musical, a parody of the High School Musical film series. Four episodes were announced, with Tsui playing Cooper in the lead role. Following the success of the series, it was revealed that a film based on the series would be produced. The film The College Musical premiered in September 2014 on line.

Tsui's first cover album, The Covers, was released in 2010. The album, which was released on February 9, 2010, includes hits from Michael Jackson, Journey, Beyoncé, Jason Mraz, and Lady Gaga, among other artists. Tsui appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show with his producer Kurt Schneider on February 22, 2010. The two were chatting, and Tsui performed his medley of Michael Jackson songs. Tsui created "Just a Dream" in November 2010, the most viewed video on YouTube's "KurtHugoSchneider" channel, with more than 200 million views. Tsui spoke with Ellen DeGeneres Show on December 2, 2010 and performed a mash-up of Katy Perry's "Firework" and Bruno Mars' "Grenade" with Schneider on December 2, 2010.

Tsui's first YouTube channel debuted in 2011, much like Kurt Schneider's collaboration. Tsui's debut on Britney Spears' official website on February 3, 2011, as well as his cover of "Hold It Against Me."

In March 2011, Tsui's song "Start Again" was included in Andy Frankham-Allen's book Seeker.

When Tsui addressed the Yale class of 2011, Tom Hanks mentioned him three times. In the 2010 Yale Admissions video, Tsui was also featured. The video, titled "Why I Chose Yale," features details about the college's students and admission officers who broke out into song around campus. He appeared in a new admissions video titled "That's Why I Toured Yale."

Tsui was a digital reporter for the third season of NBC's capella competition show The Sing-Off in fall 2011. "Judges Medley" featured Sara Bareilles' "Love Song," Ben Folds' "Gone"), and Shawn Stockman's "On Bended Knee."

After a raising more than $64,000 on Kickstarter, Tsui released Make It Up, his first full-length original album. Kurt Schneider designed the project.

Tsui and Schneider toured through Canada and the United States in summer 2013 with Alex Goot, Against the Current, Landon Austin, Luke Conard, and King the Kid.

Tsui continues to make headlines of popular music on his YouTube channel, while also collaborating with other YouTubers. "Unsinkable (Music Is Medicine)" was Sam's first online duet with Elle Winter in September 2013. As part of the Music Is Medicine's Donate a Song campaign, the single's funds went to pediatric cancer research.

Tsui's vocals were included in a Coca-Cola promotional video that premiered on January 14, 2014. Kurt Hugo Schneider and Coca-Cola teamed up in 2013 to produce music videos based on Calvin Harris' "Feel So Close" and Of Monsters and Men's "Little Talks" campaign for a campaign dubbed "The Sounds of AHH." Both of the commercial edits premiered on FOX's inaugural episode of American Idol on January 14, 2014, featuring Tsui's vocals, while Schneider makes music based on Coca-Cola bottles, glasses, and cans.

In 2016, Tsui appeared in Bones as a collegiate acappella singing group member Jake Eisenberg.