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Toby Joseph Turner (born: March 3, 1985YouTuber, singer, comedian, vlogger, and gamer.), better known online as Tobuscus, is an American
History & Content
He has 3 channels. Toby refers to his fans as the Audience. In his vlogs, he starts off by saying 'Audience?! What are you doing...'
He was born in Mississippi and grew up in Niceville, Florida.
Toby starred in the horror movie "Smiley" and also appeared on Cartoon Network's "Annoying Orange" as Nerville. He has a dog named "Gryphon" (AKA Falcor) who frequently appears in his vlogs, and more recently in his Tobuscus videos. He has a sister named 'Angie' who sometimes appears in his vlogs.
Toby's main channel, Tobuscus, was once one of the top 500 most subscribed channels on YouTube. He is known for his former viral video review series called "Cute Win Fail", which was in partnership with America's Funniest Home Videos. CuteWinFail and Toby Turner are no longer working together. You can find the Cute Win Fail channel by clicking here. About once a week Toby uploads sketches, Tobuscus Adventures, which is an animated series featuring him and his friend Gabuscus; music videos such as "The Dramatic Song", "Safety Torch" and "The Sideburns Song"; as well as "Literal Trailers", the most popular of them being his "Literal Assassin's Creed Brotherhood trailer".
Toby's gaming channel, TobyGames has over 6.8 million subscribers and 1.9 billion video views. He is well known for his Minecraft, Skyrim, Happy Wheels, Slender, and Walking Dead series. Toby is currently playing Chair in a Room and Hover Junkers. His newest series is A Chair In a Room. He also runs a series of shorts called TobyGames Highlights, which as the title may imply, showcase Toby's funniest gaming moments.
To find a full list of the video games he has played, click here
Toby's vlog channel, TobyTurner, currently has over 2 million subscribers and 355 million video views. He posted daily vlogs there, which he calls LazyVlogs. They are one take daily video blogs that he records on his iPhone, talking about his day, upcoming events, and future plans for his channels.
Toby would items from fans and sometimes showcased them in his LazyVlogs until the channel became inactive.
You can mail him via his P.O box here:
12400 Ventura BLVD
Studio City, CA, 91604
PO Box 6218
Most Famous TobyGames Quotes
- Hello once again Audience!
- What the HELL!?
- I'M DEAD!!!!
- Suck IT!
- OH MY GOD!
- GOD DANGIT!
- HOLY MOTHER OF......
- What a bunch of balls
- What 'chu got!?
- Who's yo daddy?
- HELL YEAH!
- Son of a biscuit!
- Don't make it awkward...
- This is the time.
- I gotta pause it...
- Thanks for watching!
- Bless your face. If you sneezed during this video, bless you.
- Peace off.
- AW HELL NAW!
- Bilbo Baggins
- Holyssshhhh... Hoe Leash
- Ba dooby dooby do subscribe!
- Oh no, what happen?
- (as Irresponsible Dad's son) Oh no, dad! Aaaah!
- Balls, balls, balls
Toby enjoyed popularity all over the world, though his popularity has waned since the apex of his career. On a trip to England, he held an unplanned meetup in Hyde Park that over 2,000 of his fans attended. Most of Toby's viewers are young (between ages of 12-20), but he is still enjoyed by other age groups. Most people in his vlogs (which are often recorded in public places) are often confused, as they just see a man talking and recording himself. Occasionally in his vlogs he runs into some fans, who are usually in shock to see him and meet him.
Other than TV shows or movies, Tobuscus also occasionally collaborates with other YouTubers, such as his friends and fellow YouTubers Jacksfilms, Olga Kay, PewDiePie, and Sean Klitzner. Toby's popularity could be attributed to his skill at rapid-fire improv comedy and talent at music.
He now streams on Twitch and uploads edited VODs onto his Tobuscus channel.
Toby had set up a fundraising campaign using the website indiegogo.com in order to raise money for a Tobsucus adventures video game, which was released in 2015 for IOS and Android devices. His campaign raised roughly $644,000, some of which was allocated to the creation of a second game released the same year.
In April 2016, YouTuber April Fletcher and ex-girlfriend of Turner accused him of abuse and rape. She had also stated that he had been taking drugs since mid 2013. On April 11, 2016, Toby uploaded a video stating that the allegation was false. He stated that he never did anything without her consent.
On April 9, 2016, Amelia uploaded a video in response to April, backing her up. She stated that she doesn't doubt her story and has witnessed what Toby does to other women. She says that he is very aggressive sexually, seeing him grope and tear pants off of women in front of her, even trying to do it to her. She also says that Toby tried to push drugs (weed and molly) on her (She did molly willingly but was heavily pressured).
On April 9, 2016, Jaclyn uploaded a video in response to April. She stated that when she was first dating Toby, women (including April) would come up to her to warn her about dating him, worrying that she was going to get hurt, but she ignored it all. When she started to date him, there were problems. She felt pressured into doing things she thought were uncomfortable. She goes on to say that just because she felt uncomfortable, didn't mean that she felt pressured into doing stuff she didn't want to do. She mentions that Toby wasn't honest with her a lot of the times. She broke up with him when she was unwilling to advance their relationship to marriage, preferring to stay in a state of Misogamy.
Note: The following dates are according to
- 1 million subscribers: June 8, 2011
- 2 million subscribers: July 22, 2012
- 3 million subscribers: February 6, 2013
- 4 million subscribers: June 11, 2013
- 5 million subscribers: October 14, 2013
- 6 million subscribers: August 22, 2014
- 1 million subscribers: May 28, 2012
- 2 million subscribers: November 22, 2012
- 3 million subscribers: February 9, 2013
- 4 million subscribers: April 17, 2013
- 5 million subscribers: July 21, 2013
- 6 million subscribers: December 23, 2013
- 1 million subscribers: November 20, 2012.
- 2 million subscribers: July 17, 2014
- below 2 million subscribers: December 18, 2016.