Tony Northrup

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Tony Northrup
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Tony Northup

(1974-01-03) January 3, 1974 (age 45)
OccupationAuthor, Photographer, Video Instructor
Eraphotography, software development
AwardsSexiest Geek Alive contest - 2000

Finalist for the IBPA Book of the Year Award - 2012

Benjamin Franklin Digital Award - 2013
Tony & Chelsea Northrup
OriginWaterford, Connecticut
YouTube information
Years active2007-
Total views137,902,350
Subscriber and view counts updated as of February 02, 2018 19:35 AEDT.

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.