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Aaron Ash


Single gamer and horror video game enthusiast popular over the internet as Yamimash, or Yami for brief. He most regularly commentates on the overall game Slender. He started posting videos in ’09 2009, initially offering the video games Gears of Battle and Contact of Responsibility. His initial video was known as “fine quad torque.” He provides gained over 1.3 million subscribers on his Yamimash channel. His mom is known as Tracey. He started dating a woman called Jessica. He provides collaborated with Markiplier on many videos.

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Full Name Aaron Ash
Date Of Birth August 25, 1991
Place Of Birth England
Profession YouTube Star
Spouse Zoë Kate
Parents Rick Ashmore, Linda Ashmore
Movies Regression, The Shrine, The Thaw, Fear Island, Christmas Cottage, Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story, Swept Under, The Safety of Objects, A Christmas Visitor, Treed Murray, The Skulls II, The Stone Angel, I Put A Hit On You, A Bear Named Winnie, My Brother's Keeper, A Separate Peace, Brave New Girl, The Familiar Stranger, Palo Alto, Love Letters, Run the Wild Fields, Crime in Connecticut: The Story of Alex Kelly, Conception, Big News from Grand Rock, Wish Upon A Christmas, The Pentagon Papers, Privileged, Haven, Servitude, Arranged, Blackout, Dying to Dance
TV Shows Warehouse 13, Smallville, Killjoys
Star Sign Virgo

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