Dyan Johnson, popularly known as Noblewolf, was born on October 11, 1993, started his content creation career by reviewing gadgets and devices — and he dominated the gaming content genre of YouTube at his peak. He creates content around games, anime, movies, and television series, and makes rap music. His YouTube channel has more than 293,000 subscribers. He has set up a Tik Tok account to share shorter videos, and he is gaining some traction there. We will help you celebrate his special day right here.
Dyan Johnson, nicknamed Ratchet Noblewolf, was born on October 11, 1993, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is African American and his zodiac sign is Libra. His alias Ratchet Noblewolf was coined from two different personas. Ratchet is his gaming persona, and Noblewolf is his rapping persona. Noblewolf has built a successful YouTube brand. Subscribers join his channel because they enjoy his unique sense of humor and thought process. Noblewolf is a fighter, and he has only managed to keep his YouTube channel up because of his passion for content creation.
He started creating content on YouTube in 2009 when content creators were few and had enough space to grow. Noblewolf’s career took off because he was pretty consistent. Unfortunately, things took a bad turn. He got depressed because he felt he should be doing better. And because he was depressed and inconsistent, his fans began to lose interest in his work. Thus, he got trapped in a dangerous circle that ruined his brand.
Noblewolf didn’t give up. Instead, he sought medical help and frequently took breaks from his work. In 2021, he admitted that he found joy in his work on the YouTube channel for the first time in many years. Some of Noblewolf’s favorite games include “Last of Us Part 2,” “KingdomHearts2,” “Pokémon Diamond,” “Super Mario Strikers,” “Metroid Prime,” “Horizon Forbidden West,” “Detroit: Become Human,” and “Ori Will of the Wisps.” He also makes react videos, which are videos of him reacting to movies, cartoons, and animations. Some of his favorite cartoons are “Helluva Boss” and “Shimoneta.”
He launches a YouTube channel and uploads a camera review video.
He plays "South Park," "The Stick of Truth," and streams it on YouTube for the first time.
He jumps on rapper Logic's track on the song titled 'Ultra Violent.'
After struggling with depression for years, he finally gets joy from running his YouTube channel.
Why We Love Ratchet Noblewolf
He is a mental health advocate
Noblewolf lives with mental health issues, and he knows what it means to have poor mental health. As a result, he is a big advocate for seeking professional help for mental health.
He believes in charitable activities
Noblewolf has helped to raise money on several occasions in the past. One example is the support he gave the Care For Karen fundraising campaign in 2012.
He stands against bullying
Noblewolf uses his platform to speak out against bullies and bullying. We all have a part to play in the fight against bullying.
5 Surprising Facts
His favorite YouTuber
He is a big fan of Dhustykatt Rhodes, the host of "The Manliest Brony" on the world YouTube channel.
His favorite writer
Noblewolf's favorite writer is Rod Serling.
His favorite actor
Noblewolf's favorite actor is Will Smith, and he has his picture on his Instagram page.
His favorite food
Noblewolf is a big fan of Mozzarella sticks.
His favorite rappers
Noblewolf is a big fan of Kendrick Lamar and Tyler The Creator.
Ratchet Noblewolf FAQs
Where does Noblewolf live?
Noblewolf lives in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up there.
Why did Noblewolf stop making videos?
Noblewolf took a break from making videos because of his eye disease. However, he has gotten treatment, and he has started playing again.
Are Noblewolf's subscribers bots?
No, all of Noblewolf’s subscribers are real people. Most of his subscribers left because he wasn’t consistent.
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