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Name: Ryan Higa
Date of Birth: 6 June 1990, Hawaii, USA
Height: 5′ 8½” (1.74 m)
Education: Waiakea High School
Alma mater: vUniversity of Nevada, Las Vegas
Occupation: YouTube personality
Years active: 2006–present
Home town: Hilo, Hawaii
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Ryan Higa (also recognized by his YouTube username Nigahiga/’ni ???? hi????/) is celebrity and an American YouTube personality of Japanese descent. He is known for his YouTube comedy videos, that have been seen over 2.0 billion times. By January 2015, Higais facebook channel, nigahiga, has more than 13 million customers.
Higa was born on June 6, 1990 in Hilo, Hawaii. He holds a black belt rank and competed in Judo. He graduated from Waiakea High School in 2008, and also wrestled.
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Sean Fujiyoshi and Higa began publishing YouTube videos of themselves lip synching to tunes in mid-2006 while participating Waiakea High School. Themselves rapidly expanded beyond tunes, with various other comedic pieces. Tim Enos, Ryan Villaruel, Kyle Chun, and Tarynn Nago made occasional guest appearances.
On Christmas Eve of 2008, Fujiyoshi’s and Higa 2 most popular videos, How To Be Emo and How To Be Gangster, were removed because of copyright violations. On January 21, 2009, the nigahiga account was required to remove more videos that were copyrighted and was briefly frozen. Due to this, the lip synching videos of nigahiga were all removed (with the exclusion of You’re Beautiful, which was sound changed), together with the majority of his other videos that contained copyrighted music. Since that time, Higa began creating the music himself. How to be Emo and the best way to be Gangster were put back on the channel in late August 2009 of nigahiga, simply to be removed several days later, alongside Just How To be Nerd and How to be Ninja. In Spring 2010, Just How To be Ninja, Just How To be Gangster and Just How to become Emo were made public once more.
All of the Nigahiga videos were solo attempts, generally featuring collaborations with other YouTube users, after Ryan Higa went to Las Vegas to study filmmaking at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. However, as 2012 Higa has assembled a generation company, Ryan Higa Production Company (RHPC), which contains Sean Fujiyoshi, that works collectively to create information for your nigahiga channel.
The nigahiga YouTube channel was made on July 20, 2006 by Ryan Higa, Sean Fujiyoshi, Tim Enos, and Tarynn Nago (understood together as “The Yabo Crew”). By December 21, 2010, it’d achieved 3 million subscribers, the very first channel to do this. Based on Higa, his channel name is a mix of “Niga”, meaning “rant” in Japanese, and his lastname, “Higa”.
A second channel was created by him, in 2011, where he posts behind the scenes videos and video blogs, under the name HigaTV. In January 2015, it’d over 2.8 million subscribers.
In the year 2012, Higa assisted form the YOMYOMF Network, which hosts the on-line video-making talent contest, Internet Icon, of which he served as chief judges alongside Timothy DeLaGhetto and Christine Lakin.
In 2008, Los Angeles producer Richard Van Vleet agreed to assist them produce their very first feature-length film. The resulting film, Ryan and Sean’s Not Too Excellent Adventure, released on November 14, 2008 and was directed by Richard Van Vleet. It was shown in sold out theatres in California and Hawaii. The DVD was launched on July 14, 2009 in America.
Sean’s Not So Excellent Adventure and Ryan is all about a down on his fortune movie producer, performed by Michael Buckley, who’s seeking well-known stars out to be able to make a hit film in thirty days or risk being shot. He picks Sean Fujiyoshi and Ryan Higa after finding the popularity of their YouTube videos. They are invited by him to Hollywood to make a film. They run into some scenarios along the way that is funny, and take the offer.
Ninja Melk, a 26-minute short film about ninjas, was launched in August 2009. The storyline revolves around a ninja master called Master Ching Ching sending his pupil Lapchung (played by Bryson Murata) to locate a replacement, discovering Ryan and Sean to get the bad Bokchoy (played by Tim Enos) and his henchwoman, Gina (performed by Tarynn Nago).
A completely independent 35-minute film he made up of Wong Fu Productions called “Brokers of Secret Stuff” was submitted on Ryan’s channel on November 24, 2010. It includes celebrities like Aki Aleong and some other popular YouTube users. “Providers of Secret Stuff” is of a teen A.S.S. (Representative of Secret Stuff) (Higa) who’s sent out undercover to a secondary school to shield one of the pupils, a woman named Taylor (Arden Cho) in the A.S.S.is opponent, the S.I.N.S (Culture Involving Not-So-Great Stuff). It contained guest appearances from Ian and Anthony of Hiimrawn, D Trix, KassemG and Smosh. Higa has also starred on an occurrence of Supah Ninjas, playing a master plotter who uses DJ’s electronic music that was hypnotizing to get people fall asleep he Elephant Head, to commit robberies.