Morenstein speaking at the 2014 VidCon
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Occupation||Host of Epic Meal Time, actor, producer|
|Years active||October 2010–present|
Life and career
In 2010 he co-created "Epic Meal Time" with Sterling Toth. The channel has 6.8 million subscribers, and over 300 instalments, 2 spin offs and has had guest stars such as Seth Rogen, Smosh, Tony Hawk, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Kevin Smith, who directed the movie Tusk, in which Morenstein had a cameo appearance. He produces the show with his brother, Darren Morenstein, under company name Nexttime Productions. As of 2014, he stars in the TV adaptation of the show called Epic Meal Empire on FYI, which has since been picked up for a second season.
Morenstein featured in one of Destorm's songs called "Epic wRap" ft. Harley (Epic Meal Time), which was uploaded on YouTube December 18, 2011. He has also been featured in fellow YouTube celebrity Freddie Wong's video web series Video Game High School., and appeared with Shane Dawson in a commercial for Just Dance 4.
Following his cameo in Kevin Smith's Tusk, Morenstein was cast in the 2015 zombie film Dead Rising: Watchtower, and will appear in the upcoming Kevin Smith films Yoga Hosers and Moose Jaws, in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
|2015||Dead Rising: Watchtower||Pyro|
|2015||Smosh: The Movie||Mailman|
|2011||The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||Himself||with Epic Meal Time cast|
|2013||The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange||Cabbage (voice)||Episode: "Everybody Loves Cabbage"|
|2014–present||Epic Meal Empire||Himself||12 episodes
Also executive producer
|2014||@midnight||Himself||Contestant, with Hannah Hart and Grace Helbig|
|2011–present||Epic Meal Time||Himself||Also creator, producer, and writer|
|2012–2014||Video Game High School||Dean Ernie Calhoun||6 episodes|
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