|Birth Day:||September 13, 1985|
|Birth Place:||Seattle, United States|
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He graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
Wong competed in the World Series of Video Games in Dallas in July 2007. He won first prize in the Guitar Hero 2 competition, playing the song "Less Talk More Rokk" by Freezepop. It was around this time that he began uploading videos to YouTube and finding popularity with his comedic or video game-related content.
During MTV's "Gamer's Week" celebration in November 2007, Freddie appeared as a guest on Total Request Live. Participating in the program with his newly formed band Hellanor Brozevelt, Wong was part of a country-wide search to find the best Rock Band ensemble. After receiving tutelage from well-known rockers Good Charlotte, Brozevelt performed at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York against Chicago-based Carrie Me Home.
In 2010, Wong helped Joe Penna, known as MysteryGuitarMan on YouTube, shoot a commercial for McDonald's, and assisted Wong Fu Productions in actions scenes of Agents of Secret Stuff. In 2011 Wong produced, co-directed, and acted in a TV commercial for Battlefield 3 at the request of Electronic Arts.
In 2011, along with his partners Matt Arnold and Desmond "Dez" Dolly, Wong formed the production company RocketJump. Since then, they have worked on the web series Video Game High School, which began releasing episodes on May 11, 2012 and has since developed a following, amassing over 100 million views across various online platforms. The series is based on a concept by Will Campos and Chris Pappavaselio.
The team was able to raise funding for the series through Kickstarter, where they set a funding goal for $75,000 to be raised in a 30-day period. That amount was quickly pledged in less than 24 hours and continued to climb from there. On October 22, 2011, pledging came to a close, with $273,725 raised for the project from 5,661 backers. The series ran for three seasons, with the final season having a crowd funded budget of over $2.4 million. The final episode of the series was released November 17, 2014, on the RocketJump website and YouTube.
In late 2013, Wong's channel, 'freddiew' was renamed to "Rocketjump", and 'freddiew2' was renamed to "BrandonJLa". Brandon Laatsch also announced that he and Wong would no longer work together on projects, and any short videos or "shorts" would be posted on either NODE (a gaming channel run by Laatsch and Corridor Digital's Niko Pueringer, and Sam Gorski) or BrandonJLa. This was done because they wanted to work on separate projects, as Wong was busy with Video Game High School, and Brandon started working on a VR engine and game Boneworks.
Since April 2017, Wong has co-hosted the podcast Story Break on the Maximum Fun network. As described on the RocketJump website, the show features "[co-hosts] Will Campos, Matt Arnold, and Freddie Wong sit[ting] down in the RocketJump writer's room and attempt[ing] to 'break' a story for a ridiculous concept, property, or idea that [they] in NO way have any rights to."
As of 2019 Wong is collaborating on a Dungeons and Dragons Live Play Podcast, called Dungeons and Daddies along with Will Campos, Anthony Burch, Matt Arnold, and Beth May. It’s a podcast about four dads from Earth that get lost in The Forgotten Realms, and go on a quest to search for their lost sons. Wong plays the character Glenn Close, with May playing Ron Stampler, Campos playing Henry Oak, Arnold playing Darryl Wilson, and Burch playing everyone else as the Dungeon Master.
Currently, Freddie Wong is 35 years, 9 months and 9 days old. Freddie Wong will celebrate 36th birthday on a Monday 13th of September 2021.
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