How old is Maximilian Dood? Age, Wife, Net Worth, Real Name

April 18, 2024
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Who is Maximilian Dood?

Maximilian Dood is an American YouTuber, best known to the world for uploading videos related to video games, such as “Assist Me”, “Online Warrior”, and “Boss Rage”, among others, and has attracted millions of subscribers on his official YouTube channel.

How Old is Maximilian Dood? Real Name, Parents, and Education

Maximilian Dood was born as Maximilian Christiansen on 23 September 1983 under the Libra zodiac sign, in Los Angeles, California USA.

He hasn’t talked about his family, deciding to keep the names of his parents a secret, but has said that he’s fond of his parents and often shares pictures of them on his Facebook profile, especially with his mother. He has a sister Tess, who is now married to Matt Sklena, and is living in Laurel Canyon, California.

He matriculated from a local high school, however, although he’s apparently a graduate, there are no details of from where, and in what.

Career Beginnings

Introduced to the “Street Fighter” franchise in 1993, Maximillian immediately became a die-hard fan of the second installation of the popular video game.


As he got older, his interest in fighting and arcade games on the whole increased, and he started playing other video games, and even participated in professional tournaments for FPS shooter games, such as “Call of Duty”.

The popularity of YouTube gaming content was increasing with the start of the 2000s, and Maximillian himself tried to make a name for himself, creating content related to the things he loves the most, fighting games. It’s unknown why he adopted the pseudonym ‘Dood’.

He launched the channel in 2007, and the first video “Street Fighter III 3rd Strike Casuals” was uploaded the same year.

He continued with similar content, focusing mainly on “Street Fighter III” and “Street Fighter 4” video games, showing to the fans of the game how to perform particular moves. His popularity steadily increased, and for some time he produced only “Street Fighter 4” content, eventually switching to other games, including “Call of Duty: Black Ops”, and “Modern Warfare 3”.

Rise to Prominence

New games started appearing on Maximilian’s channel, attracting more people. He was spotted by “Mortal Kombat” creator Ed Boon, who chose Maximillian as the commentator for the fighting game “Yatagarasu: Attack on Cataclysm”.


His popularity further increased as he provided his services for the “Iron Galaxy’s Killer Instinct” by editing videos for character trailers, promotional material, and story mode of seasons 2 and 3. Moreover, his work as a commentator on the “Marvel vs. Capcom 3” impressed his fans, and this encouraged him to create the commentary series on the video games “The Online Warrior” and “Assist Me”. He found the right recipe for stardom, and another video game – “Boss Rage!” – was turned into a commentary series.

Maximilian Dood

He now has around 1.5 million subscribers, while his videos have been viewed more than 885 million times. Some of his most popular videos include “Boss Rage: Shin Akuma & Devil Kazuya (Tekken 7)”, which has over 3.6 million views, then “Max Reacts: Cloud Revealed for Smash Bros”, with just over 3.2 million views, and “Rate the Finisher: Mortal Kombat 11 Edition”, with three million views, among many other videos related to fighting games.


To speak further of his accomplishments, Maximillian was awarded the Cannon Award during EVO 2015, because of his unparalleled service to the Fighting Game Community.

The Second YouTube Channel

Maximilian is a part of the YouTube community YoVideogames, comprised of YouTubers Kenny, Simmons, and Steve. The four YouTubers make videos on many video games, not just gaming content but also news and information, and even host their own podcast.

Twitch Channel

Additionally to his success on YouTube, Maximilian has close to one million followers on his official Twitch channel, and a number of subscribers who pay a certain fee for extra content. He tends to stream at least every other day, various fighting games but also his content with YoVideogames.

Personal Life, Dating, Girlfriend, Single?

When it comes to his personal life, Maximilian is a married man and his wife’s name is Jessica. He first came out with the news of his romance in 2013, and the two married a few years later, though he hasn’t shared the exact wedding date. Max is now a father, and his wife is pregnant with their second child.


Net Worth

As of late 2021, Maximilian Dood’s net worth has been estimated to be around $5.5 million, earned through his successful career as an online content creator.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

The prominent YouTuber is recognized for his long blonde hair and blue eyes. He is rather tall as he stands at a height of 6ft 1ins (1.85m), while he weighs approximately 154lbs (70kgs). His vital statistics are 40-30-38 and his biceps is 12.

Hobbies, Trivia, Controversy

Back in 2016, Maximilian was involved in a controversy when he said the N-word in one of his many Twitch streams. At first he didn’t even realize that he’d said it, as he wanted to say Ninjer, which is a combination of the words ginger and ninja. However, he later made an apology and explained the unfortunate event.

Maximilian is terrified of spiders, but is rather fond of animals on the whole and has a pet dog, which he named Benny.

He is active on social media, preferably Twitter, on which he has over 325,000 followers, sharing various aspects of his life and career.

Olivia Wilson

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