Jaiden Animations Birthday – National Today

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Jaiden Dittfach, a popular YouTuber, is widely known for her storytime videos and animations. Her videos cover a variety of topics such as her personal experiences and discuss toxic relationships, body positivity, anxiety, and depression. She also creates videos of video games and collaborates with fellow popular YouTubers. Born on September 27, 1997, in Arizona, Jaiden later moved to Los Angeles, California. Her mother is Japanese and her father is German, however, both her parents were born and raised in Canada. She has one younger brother, Jax, who has appeared in a few of her YouTube videos.

Dittfach started her YouTube channel in 2014 when she was 17 years old. Before creating videos for her own channel, she featured in the videos of other YouTubers on their channels, such as “iHasCupquake” who was one of her favorite YouTubers at the time. Dittfach’s YouTube channel started trending in 2016, and in 2017, she appeared on the “YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017” series, a series created by YouTube that shows a recap of each year’s viral videos and trends across the platform. In 2018, she earned her first nomination for the eighth Streamy Awards under the ‘Animated’ category. Within the same year, her animations appeared in “YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind,” which featured an animation of PewDiePie, a prominent YouTuber’s chair. In 2019, she was among the 36 popular YouTube influencers to participate in an airsoft gun tournament organized by, MrBeast. Within the same year, she showed her love for animals by encouraging fans to donate to the Bird Garden of Naples, a non-profit bird sanctuary in Florida. Within just nine weeks of uploading the video, she raised over $22,000 for the sanctuary. In the same year, she also donated to the Team Trees fundraiser to support their mission to plant 20 million trees.

In 2020, Dittfach won her first Streamy Award in the ‘Animated’ category at the 10th Streamy Awards. She appeared on a YouTube comedy program called “YIAY TIME: THE GAME SHOW” in 2021. During the same year, Dittfach gained wide recognition, reaching 10 million subscribers. Later in 2021, she participated in a tournament for charity, the “Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl” video game, and managed to raise $73,000. Also, in 2021, she received another ‘Streamy Award’ nomination for the ‘Animated’ category. By the year 2022, the creative YouTuber reached 11 million subscribers.

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