Prince Vegeta — real name J.B. Coleman — was born on May 10, 1994, in the United States. He is a popular YouTuber and his channel — “Prince Vegeta” — now has one million subscribers and over 500 uploaded videos in the past year alone. His love for anime started at the age of four when he saw “Dragon Ball Z” for the first time. He was mesmerized by it and began to mimic the voices of the show. Coleman’s content mainly consists of gaming parodies and reviews of video games, but he also shares his personal life through vlogs on his channel. He founded his YouTube channel with the goal of being able to make fun of video games while sharing positive messages at the same time.
Prince Vegeta a.k.a J.B. Coleman is a YouTube personality who started his channel in 2009. He was born in the United States and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. He is a gamer who makes videos on his channel about anime, gaming, and other topics. He was a member of the YouTube group Good Mythical Morning before they became known as Rhett and Link. What began as a hobby when he was a child quickly developed into a full-time job as he acquired more subscribers and fans with each video he uploaded.
Coleman’s channel has over three million subscribers and he has made over 1,000 videos for his YouTube audience. His content includes parodies of popular anime series such as “Naruto” and “Dragon Ball Z” as well as original content about his life and gaming career. Vegeta also has a secondary YouTube channel called “JB TV” which features vlogs about his everyday life in Los Angeles. On the “JB TV” channel, Vegeta talks about his personal life and reminisces moments from his life and career. He also occasionally posts videos where he plays video games with his friends. Coleman’s YouTube audience is mostly young adults who are interested in anime, gaming, comedy, and other pop culture topics — especially “Dragon Ball Z.”
Coleman is one of the most popular animation YouTubers on the platform with over three million subscribers to this day. His success on YouTube is largely due to his many collaborations with the likes of Jake Paul, Tyler Oakley, and Shane Dawson. A-N-T-E The character is an acronym for ‘Anything Not The Ecoterrorist.’ At the beginning of the series, however, he goes by just ‘Ante.’ He is a self-proclaimed ecoterrorist and environmental activist. He posts his YouTube videos regularly and has been sharing these videos with his over three million subscribers since 2016.
He starts his channel and uploads his first YouTube video, which is a “Dragon Ball Z” animation with voiceover dialogue.
He relocates to the Los Angeles area to pursue a film-related job, but he prefers his YouTube channel and its prospects.
Coleman gains one million subscribers after only two years.
He takes a break from YouTube for a period to focus on his mental health and some classes he is pursuing.
He returns to YouTube after a seven-month pause — his first video after his break had over four million views.
Why We Love Prince Vegeta
He is a great artist
His anime drawings — which he usually shares on his channel — are very well done. His art shows that he is a true anime fanatic.
His work ethic
He has never failed his channel schedule. Even when he was in the hospital, he continued uploading videos.
He has a big heart
He started a YouTube campaign in which all the money donated in one of his videos would go to a UNICEF charity raising. We adore him for his generosity.
5 Surprising Facts
He has collaborated with PewDiePie
After uploading a reaction video to PewDiePie, the Swedish YouTuber contacted Coleman to make an animation.
His Channel Has Over 397 Million Views
Coleman’s youtube channel has gained so much attention, especially his skits — each of his videos has a lot of engagement from his fans and new viewers that discover him.
His Channel Has Over 1,500 Videos
Coleman has been creating videos since he first started his channel in 2016, and it's no surprise how much time and effort he puts into them since it takes a lot of effort and attention.
A 14- to 80-year vocal range
Coleman's voice is intriguing and he can easily mimic the voices of young as well as old people.
He Can Voice Multiple Characters Simultaneously
In the T.V. mini-series “Slick Goku Origins,” he was able to do the voice of multiple characters and seamlessly switch between them.
Prince Vegeta FAQs
Why does J.B. Coleman call himself “Prince Vegeta”?
Coleman was inspired to name his YouTube channel after the character Vegeta from the anime “Dragon Ball Z.”
Did J.B. Coleman act in a movie?
Coleman’s career has been limited to voice acting, although he hopes to act in a film in the future.
Is J.B. Coleman married?
Coleman has been private about his personal life so we don’t know if he is married or not.
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