Here are the five oldest YouTubers in the Worlds, which include "Gamer Grandma," and Indian chef granny.
YouTube is one of the largest video hosting platforms--if not the biggest. Not just that, it is also the second-largest search engine, at least next to Google, which is its parent company, as per Pop Video.
Given the magnitude of YouTube's popularity, it is not just home to a certain niche or group of people. Its viewers are of various ages and nationalities. As such, it is not surprising to see content from young and old creators in the platform.
5 Oldest YouTubers in the World
So, here's a list of some of the oldest YouTubers that have once created content for the top video sharing platform.
The 86-year old pensioner from England, Peter Oakley, created his own YouTube channel during its early days on Aug. 5, 2006, to be exact.
The old vlogger mostly created videos wherein he narrates about his childhood, as well as his experience during the war.
It is worth noting that his first-ever video was able to garner a cool 3.1 million views. Oakley posted his last video on Feb. 12, 2014. He passed away after battling cancer a month later on March 23, 2014.
Lill Droniak, who is now 91 years old, is the other half of the YouTube channel that goes by the name "Kevin and Lill," as per FamousBirthdays.
The famous grandma has been most known in two viral videos, "What My Grandma Looks for in a Man," and "Telling My Grandma I Got A Girl Pregnant."
Grandma Lill was first seen on YouTube on the channel of her grandson entitled "Car ride with my crazy grandma."
According to CNN, "Gamer Grandma'' is known as Hamako Mori, in real life. The 90-year old started playing video games way back 39 years ago, but she only launched her YouTube channel in 2015 with consistent four videos every month.
"Gamer Grandma's" content is mostly about unboxing the hottest gaming consoles, and showing off her skills in playing popular game titles, such as "Grand Theft Auto."
Mori has been awarded by the Guinness World Records as the oldest gaming YouTuber.
The YouTuber that goes by the channel name Great Depression Cooking is known as Clara Cannucciari in real life.
She joined the video-sharing platform on May 7, 2007, and shared her skills in cooking recipes that were popularized during the Great Depression.
Cannucciari died at the age of 98 as she was sleeping on Nov. 29, 2013.
The home-based chef was not just the oldest YouTuber in the world, but also was one of the most popular in her league.
Andrakashari Mastanamma was known as the Indian chef granny that passed away last Dec. 5, 2018, at the age of 107.
She started sharing her home cooking sessions last Aug. 19, 2016, under the channel Country Foods.
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Written by Teejay Boris