Tony Northrup

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Tony Northrup
Born Tony Northup
(1974-01-03) January 3, 1974 (age 44)
Binghamton, New York
Nationality American
Occupation Author, Photographer, Video Instructor
Era photography, software development

Sexiest Geek Alive contest - 2000 Finalist for the IBPA Book of the Year Award - 2012

Benjamin Franklin Digital Award - 2013
Tony & Chelsea Northrup
Origin Waterford, Connecticut
YouTube information
Years active 2007-
Subscribers 1,000,000 subs
Total views 115.099 million
Network none
Subscriber and view counts updated as of Juli 18, 2018 22.43 CET.

Tony Northrup (born January 3, 1974) is an American author, photographer, and video instructor.[1][2][3]

In June 2000, Northrup won the Sexiest Geek Alive contest.[4] Following the contest he made appearances on several TV shows, including Good Morning America,[5] the Montel Williams Show,[6] and To Tell The Truth.[7] Northrup has spoken at conferences and hosted events[8] and webcasts.[9][10] Northrup is regularly cited as a technology expert.[11][12][13] Northrup created a series of videos[14] and a book showing how to use technology to create custom solutions to common problems.[15]


  1. ^ "Microsoft Windows 7 Tutorial DVD - Video Training". Infinite Skills.
  2. ^ "MTA Web Development Fundamentals Course". LearnKey.
  3. ^ "MTA .NET Fundamentals Course". LearnKey.
  4. ^ "The Geek Elite". Chicago Tribune. June 28, 2000.
  5. ^ Silverman, Stephen (October 14, 1998). "The Sexiest Geek Alive". People Magazine. Retrieved 29 January 2018.
  6. ^ "TV Guide". TV Guide.
  7. ^ "2000-02 Episode Guide "To Tell The Truth"".
  8. ^ Hartigan, Patti (March 31, 2000). "CALLING ALL GEEKS: TIME TO PARTY!". Boston Globe.
  9. ^ "Expert Zone Support WebCast - Level 200: How to use GPS on a Tablet PC". Microsoft.
  10. ^ "Expert Zone Support WebCast: Wireless Home Networking and Windows XP Service Pack 2". Microsoft.
  11. ^ Romano, Jay (March 12, 2006). "YOUR HOME; Wireless Web Access For Every Tenant". New York Times.
  12. ^ "Choppy video frustrates wireless user". The Post and Courier. June 23, 2008.
  13. ^ "RPC/DCOM-Wurm W32.Blaster mutiert". Heise Security.
  14. ^ "Channel 9 Coding4Fun". MSDN.
  15. ^ "Everyday Hackers". Boston Globe. April 19, 2004.