Craig Benzine Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Height, Wife, and Net worth

Craig Benzine
Craig Benzine
Craig Benzine

Craig Benzine Biography

Craig Benzine is a video producer, musician, and Vlogger from the United States who is best known by name of his YouTube channel, which is WheezyWaiter. As of the month of July 2019, his channel has attained a total of 143,000,000 video views and over 898,000 subscribers.

He spent his childhood in a little town in Wisconsin. He argues that it is so small that he was able to participate in a wide variety of extracurricular activities despite his lack of skill in any of the activities listed above, including football, basketball, baseball, track, and field, as well as theatre, and chorus.

Craig Benzine Age

He was born on 5th October 1980 in Marshall, Wisconsin, United States. He is 42 years old.

Craig Benzine Early Life

In 2006, he appeared alongside Matt Webber, Sam Grant, and Nate Bartley in a series of comedic short videos that were uploaded to the YouTube channel sambonejr. As the lead singer and guitarist for the band, he was instrumental in the formation of the independent rock band Driftless Pony Club, which he co-founded with Matt, Sam, and Nate.

Craig Benzine Family

Benzine has not yet revealed any details concerning his family. However, information about his parents and siblings will be updated as soon as possible.

Craig Benzine Children

He has a daughter named Ada.

Craig Benzine Wife

In 2011, he started a relationship with Chyna Pate, and the two of them got married the following year. In November of 2017, they became parents to a daughter whom they named Ada.

Craig Benzine WheezyWaiter

On the YouTube account known as “sambonejr,” Benzine and the other members of the Driftless Pony Club band made their debut appearances in March 2006, co-starring in a series of brief comedic video clips. These films were initially released 19 at a time.

Benzine, together with his pals Zaid Maxwell and Amelia Styer, also produced an album and a movie to accompany the record under the moniker Ozark Cousins. A clip from this album is still frequently utilized in Benzine’s WheezyWaiter videos as background music, and it plays whenever Craig moves his chair.

After Benzine had a shift in 2007 at the restaurant in Chicago where he worked as a waiter that was not lucrative, his employer instructed him not to come into work the next day because he doubted there would be enough clients to make it profitable again. As a direct consequence of this, Benzine was concerned about where he was going to find the funds to pay his rent.

Benzine used his day off to sit about and watch Ze Frank videos on YouTube. It was around this time that he got the idea to launch his own YouTube channel and begin posting vlogs. The name “WheezyWaiter” was given to him due to the fact that he was working as a waiter at the time and that he had asthma from birth.

The vlogs were initially centered on Benzine’s frustrations regarding his job; however, they quickly expanded to include song parodies, cultural commentaries, and documentation of Benzine’s daily life with fictionalized elements added, such as Benzine sharing his apartment with a never-ending parade of clones of himself, as well as a whale, David Hasselhoff, and Michael Phelps. Benzine’s frustrations regarding his job were the initial inspiration for the vlogs

After some time, Benzine was able to leave his position as a waiter since he was employed by a web development business to work as a video editor for the company.

Even though his channel only had a small viewership, he continued to upload new videos to YouTube on a daily basis before going to his office job. Typically, he would do this first thing in the morning. Please Subscribe, a documentary that was released in 2013, featured him as an interview subject.

Benzine is currently employed in the professional video editing and blogging industries. WheezyWaiter’s channel on YouTube, which is his primary channel, as well as WheezyNews, his more personal channel, and a few other channels all receive regular updates with new content from him.

On the WheezyNews channel, he is no longer responsible for daily video uploads. It was on February 16, 2016, that he started producing videos in the style of daily vlogs rather than the format that he had been using previously. It was on June 27, 2016, that he decided to stop filming daily lifestyle vlogs and go back to making comedy videos.

Craig Benzine Driftless Pony Club

Craig is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the indie rock band Driftless Pony Club, of which he is a member alongside Matt Weber, Sam Grant, and Nate Bartley.

Benzine and the band have both been given recording contracts by DFTBA Records. There are now six albums that may be purchased from Driftless Pony Club. These albums are titled Janel, Cholera, Expert, Buckminster, Magnificent, and Zastera.

Their song “House of 1982, Built Like a Ship” serves as the theme song for the web series MyMusic, which also features a variety of other songs from their catalog at various points throughout the episodes.

In a video uploaded to their YouTube channel on May 12, 2016, the band discussed a Kickstarter project that had been started to fund the band’s vinyl-pressing of their upcoming album, Zastera. The video also featured the band’s first performance of a new song titled “Chorus Complains,” which was included on the same album. The band distributed the digital version of their album Zastera on June 14, 2016, making it available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play Music, and Spotify.

Craig Benzine The Good Stuff

Craig Benzine and Matt Weber, a friend of Benzine’s and a bandmate of Weber’s, are responsible for the production of The Good Stuff, a playlist-based web series that was formerly referred to just as a “Secret PROJECT.” A new YouTube channel with the same name as the video playlist was launched in February 2013, and it was given the name “The Good Stuff.”

The Good Stuff publishes playlists that contain videos in a variety of formats, each of which is related to a specific topic. To this point, episodes have included themes such as “Miniature,” “Rockstar Lifestyle,” “Origins,” “Airplanes,” “Time,” “Community,” and “Geek Week,” and they have featured short films, interviews, documentaries, and compilations of content that was submitted by viewers.

Craig Benzine AlgoRythm

Craig Benzine and New Form Digital launched the web series AlgoRhythm on July 27, 2016, with the intention of having it play on Verizon’s go90 app. It was his 2014 short film, “Fine Tuned,” that served as the inspiration for this series.

The story of AlgoRhythm follows a man who is tasked with repairing an algorithm that forecasts how popular a particular song will be. He joins forces with his next-door neighbor, a drummer who was just dumped recently and hasn’t moved on from his ex-girlfriend.

Together, they learn about many subgenres of music that they had not previously considered and make an effort to reestablish communication between the drummer and his girlfriend.

Craig Charity Work

Benzine has been involved in and supportive of a number of charitable causes and projects. As part of his participation to the Project for Awesome in 2009 and 2010, he advocated for the organization Action Against Hunger. In 2012, he advocated for the project

As part of his fourth assignment for the Ford Fiesta Movement, he planned a poker game to benefit the Prevent Cancer Foundation and raise funds for the organization.

Craig Benzine Net Worth

The American Youtuber has an estimated net worth of $1 Million.

Craig Benzine  Height

He stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch tall.

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