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Youtuber Ian Andrew Hecox

Smosh American sketch comedy YouTube channel originally consisting of Ian Andrew Hecox and Anthony Padilla. Padilla first began posting flash animations on Newgrounds in early 2003, under the name Smosh. He was later joined by his friend Ian Hecox. Soon afterward, they began to post videos on YouTube in the autumn of 2005 and became one of the most popular channels on that site. As of June 2015, the Smosh channel has more than 20 million subscribers and 4.4 billion video views. The Smosh team has expanded to include others to handle animated, other language, and video gaming content videos. After Padilla left Smosh to pursue his solo YouTube channel in June 2017, Hecox became the only co-founder that is currently an active member of the Smosh team.

The Smosh channel has experienced three different spans as the most subscribed YouTube channel. The first period spanned from May to June 2006, the second spanned from April 2007 to September 2008, and the third span lasted from January to August 2013.

On September 18, 2014, Lionsgate announced that a feature-length movie was in development. Smosh: The Movie is scheduled to be released on July 23, 2015. It is directed by Alex Winter, written by Eric Falconer, and aside from Hecox and Padilla, will star Jenna Marbles, Grace Helbig, Harley Morenstein, Michael Ian Black, Shane Dawson, Mark Fischbach (Markiplier), and Steve Austin. Smosh also gave their voices to the 2016 animated feature film The Angry Birds Movie. Smosh also created the film Ghostmates for YouTube Red, released in December of 2016.

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Chris Pratt Interview Prank
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The New Ant Man
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