Corpse Husband Biography - Net Worth, Wife, Testimony, Salary, Career details and social media presence

Corpse Husband Biography - Net Worth, Wife, Testimony, Salary, Career details and social media presence

Corpse Husband (born August 8, 1997), commonly known as Corpse (all capitals), is an American online celebrity and musician most known for his faceless YouTube work, most notably his horror story narration and Among Us Let's Play material. He's also recognized for having a bass voice that's either incredibly deep or very low-pitched. Corpse Husband Net Worth is about $4.2 million as of 2021.

Early Life

Corpse Husband was born in the United States on August 8, 1997, in San Diego. He used to play soccer and was even featured in his hometown newspaper for it. He played baseball after that and was featured on the main page of his school's sports website. However, he was not a big fan of traditional sports.

Personal Life

According to Corpse Husband, he "essentially dropped out of school in eighth grade due to personal difficulties" but returned to school soon after, before dropping out again. According to himself, Corpse Husband was a "very unruly student" who "only performed well in Computers and English."

He currently resides in an apartment that he shared with his then-girlfriend until they broke up, leaving him to live alone. He likes to record stories at night when everything is peaceful. Corpse Husband is constantly unwell, suffering from fibromyalgia, thoracic outlet syndrome, and GERD, the latter of which has contributed to the deepening of his voice. He has also said that the brightness of a blue light screen causes him to wear an eyepatch regularly.

Because he hasn't done a face reveal, only his closest pals know what he looks like. However, aside from the partial mask, he believes that his YouTube profile photo looks a lot like him. He stands at around 5'10" (178 cm) tall. He used to be a vegan.

Youtube

On several occasions before starting his YouTube channel, Corpse Husband had been informed that he had the voice for narration, especially horror narration. He liked to listen to Creepypasta narration channels like MrCreepyPasta, Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, and Cryaotic when he was little. Mr. Nightmare, Be. Busta and Lazy Masquerade were among the media that piqued his interest, but it was stumbling on channels like Mr. Nightmare, Be. Busta and Lazy Masquerade truly piqued his interest.

He subsequently began work on his own YouTube channel, which would become one of the most popular horror narration channels. He came up with the title Corpse Husband while sitting for 20 minutes to come up with a name for his YouTube channel. He jotted down a few ideas before settling on the moniker Corpse Husband. Corpse's girlfriend at the time thought it sounded good, but he wasn't sure and said he'd alter it. He hasn't changed it yet and is unlikely to do so.

Corpse Husband's microphone was zip-tied with elastic bands on a pop filter when he initially started making videos, which is why he sounded "so strange." However, he decided to keep narrating when a few individuals expressed interest in his content. Mr. Nightmare was one of the first significant channels to comment on his videos, which likely encouraged him to keep narrating.

 

Career

Corpse began his YouTube career in 2015 by telling horror stories on his channel, which he continued to do until 2020. He made his musical debut in 2016 when he was featured on The Living Tombstone and Crusher P's track "Grim Grinning Ghost."

Corpse's debut single, "Miss You!" debuted at number 31 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs list in June 2020. His follow-up song, "White Tee," debuted at number 32 on the same chart in the same month. Corpse began streaming and making material for the video game Among Us in September 2020, which has garnered him a lot of attention, and he now has over 7 million YouTube subscribers.

In the same month, he released the track "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life!" with rapper Savage Ga$p on vocals, a huge commercial hit for Corpse in 2020. The song reached number 28 on the Bulgarian charts, number 90 on the UK Singles List, and number 24 on Billboard's Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. It also surpassed 100 million Spotify streams and scored second on Spotify's Viral 50 song chart.

Corpse Husband was featured in Machine Gun Kelly's song "DayWalker" in March 2021. A music video was published on March 18, 2021, with fellow YouTuber and streamer Valkyrae playing Corpse. Corpse's first Billboard Hot 100 entry, at number 88, and second on the UK Singles Chart, at number 53, respectively.

Corpse joined Jimmy Fallon, members of The Roots, fellow streamers Valkyrae and Sykkuno, and Stranger Things actors Gaten Matarazzo and Noah Schnapp for an hour-long charity Among Us stream on The Tonight Show in April 2021, with revenues going to Feeding America.

Controversy

When an earlier video of Corpse Husband using the homosexual slur "dyke" in a horror story reenactment video emerged in October 2020, it sparked a Twitter debate. The controversy died down once he explained himself in a video. The footage of the horror story has already been removed from YouTube.

Corpse Husband Net Worth

Corpse Husband Net Worth is about $4.2 million as of 2021, and he is on fire these days, increasing quickly and gaining more attention from his social media followers. YouTube compensates Corpse Husband. His popularity on social media platforms is growing by the day.

The guy's fan base is steadily expanding. His net worth will shortly exceed a million dollars. The Twitch live stream and sponsored ads are Corpse Husband's primary sources of revenue. He has 2.1 million Instagram followers. Regrettably, there are few photos of him on social media.

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