Age is really not a barrier if you know what you want and work hard to earn it. Maximilian Christiansen, who became popular through the nickname Maximilian Dood, is a video editor and illustrator on YouTube, and unlike many others in his field, he started late.
Max, as he is often called, started his career as YouTuber when he was 42 years old. Nonetheless, he did his best and collected more than a million views in his early days. Currently, he is the mastermind behind the fighting game channel Maximilian Dood and another channel called YoVideogames. Max is also very popular on video on the Twitch platform, where he has over 500,000 followers.
Maximilian Dood was born on 23 September 1965 in Los Angeles, California. Further details about Dood’s family background and what it was like for him to grow up are not available online. Similarly, details about his educational background are not available. It is known that he began his YouTube career in 2007, at a time when he was already a grown man. He started playing games such as Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike and Street Fighter 4 and publishing content from the franchise called Call of Duty. He is basically known for being the brain behind online games like Online Warrior, Assist Me!, and Boss Rage.
He made his first appearance in a series of matchmaking commentary videos with ‘Marvel vs. Capcom 3’: Maximilian’s The Online Warrior Episode 1 Pt-1, with episodes that focus on the mechanics of gameplay, character specialties, game styles, and highlights.
Meanwhile, game videos are not the only thing Maximilian Dood has up his sleeve. He is also known for his critically acclaimed comments on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare 2, and Black Ops. After his exploits on the video Mortal Kombat X: Hidden Intros – April Fools Joke, the head of NetherRealm Studios, Ed Boon, who also created Mortal Kombat, chose him to comment on their fighting game “Yatagarasu: Attack on Cataclysm”. To Max’s credit is also his work for “Killer Instinct” of Iron Galaxy, where he worked as a video editor for promotional material, character trailers, and the story mode of Seasons 2 & 3.
The YouTuber’s commentary on the online games in MvC3 was so good that he got involved in producing content for twitch.tv and Yo! video games. It was in 2012 when Maximilian Dood uploaded his first video of the Assist Me! series. In the video, he discussed in detail the core elements of the framework, tactical features, as well as demonstrations and strategies that are key to playing the game.
Since nothing stood in the way of his success, Max Boss uploaded Rage!, a montage series. One of his most recent works is a series called Git Gud, which deals with general fighting game information & tutorials.
Over the course of his career, Maximilian Dood has achieved a lot of fame and crossed some boundaries. His fan base is made up of young and old and extends to different corners of the world. He was awarded the honorable Cannon Award during EVO 2015, in recognition of the quota he has contributed to the Fighting Game community. His growing number of subscribers on YouTube and twitch.tv is proof enough to show that he knows his onions. As a result, he has been appointed commentator for the Killer Instinct Top 8 Final of the EVO 2014-2016.
Family Life: Wife, Sister
Apart from the fact that he eventually revealed that he had a sister named Tess, Maximilian Dood did a pretty good job of keeping details about his family secret. There’s no confirmation of his married life or if he has children. We do know, however, that he has a soft spot for dogs and that he has one he calls Benny.
Other Facts You Need To Know About Maximilian Dood
- His real name is Maximilian Christiansen.
- His sun sign is Virgo.
- His only listed sibling/family is a sister named Tess.
- Although he started his internet career at the age of 42, he worked hard and became quite successful in it, unlike most people would think.
- He is popular as a fabulous commentator who mixes things with humor.