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Curt Wootton


Well-known for his Pittsburgh Father YouTube channel, this web comedian has attained more than 120,000 subscribers. His most seen uploads consist of “Pittsburgh Father: Viewing the Steelers” and “Pittsburgh Father: Thanksgiving.” Before increasing to online popularity, he gained a bachelor’s level from Western Virginia University or college. He and movie director Chris Preksta released Pittsburgh Father in 2011. Aside from his internet humor career, he made an appearance in several tv series, including Internet dating Games LA as well as the Mercury Men. Created and elevated in Greensburg, Pa, he later resolved in LA, California. He centered his Pittsburgh Father character by himself father, Keith Wootton. IN-MAY 2015, he wedded Katilin Wootton. He and Beau Brooks are both well-known YouTube comedians.

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Date Of Birth January 22, 1979
Place Of Birth Pennsylvania
Profession YouTube Star
Spouse Kaitlin Wootton
Movies Bigfoot: the Movie, Pittsburgh Dad's Back to the Future Episode
Star Sign Aquarius

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Echo Torch2016ShortWWII Dancer
Stoners with a Time Machine2016TV SeriesParanoid Pete
Bigfoot the Movie2015Chuck
Pittsburgh Dad2011TV Series
Dating Games LA2011TV SeriesChadd
The Mercury Men2011TV SeriesJack Yeager
The Josh Condition2011ShortChris
Almost Vixens2010TV SeriesDr. Todd Stacey
Captain Blasto2005VideoEvan Archer



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