Friendlyjordies is one of the most searching personalities, who has come in the limelight these days. His real name is Jordan Shanks, but he is recognized by his stage name, which is Friendlyjordies. He is professionally an Australian political commentator, stand-up comedian, and YouTuber. He is a rising star, who is gaining huge name and fame. His fan following is increasing with time, as we can see on the social media sites, let’s move forward to explore more info such as Friendlyjordies’s wiki, age, net worth, height, weight, and more.
Friendlyjordies is professionally an Australian political commentator, stand-up comedian, and YouTuber. He has his own YouTuber channel, which is growing and gaining a huge number of subscribers. Most of the time his content is related to political issues, he created his youtube channel in the year 2013, at present, he has more than half a million subscribers.
Real Name: Jordan Shanks
Date Of Birth: Jordan Shanks
Age:32 years old as of now
Net Worth: NA
Profession: Youtube, Stand up, Comedian
Friendlyjordies Early Life
Friendlyjordies was born on August 19, 1989, in Australia, he is holding an Australian nationality. As of now, he has been 32 years old, his real name is Jordan Shanks. He has completed his education at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts.
As far as we know, he has multiple channels on youtube, such as friendlyjordies, Friendlyjordies, Podcast, and Jordan Shanks. On every channel, he has more than 20K subscribers, apart from being a YouTuber, he is also a model and appeared in a number of magazines and advertisements in his career. He is pretty active on social media sites and shares his latest details with his fans.
Friendlyjordies Net Worth & Career
As of 2021, Friendlyjordies is earning a good amount of money by his profession, his main source of income is his youtube channels, through which he is earning a huge amount of money. Apart from this he also earns through modeling projects and political commentary.
Jordan is one of the successful stars, who has been pretty popular, he has interviewed a number of politicians such as Jodi McKay, Tanya Plibersek, Kristina Keneally, Bill Shorten, Helen Dalton, and former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. He also makes paid videos for the Australian Council of Trade Unions, GetUp, and Greenpeace.