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    Timothée Chalamet Used To Be A YouTuber Who Loved Showcasing Xbox 360 Controllers

    Timothée's channel was so informative!

    Yes, Timothée Chalamet is quickly becoming one of Hollywood’s next biggest actors.

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    Thanks to his role as Paul Atreides in Dune, fans have been dying to know more about the young star and the life he lived before going big time.

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    So Vice did an extensive investigation into Chalamet’s past, and guess what they found out? He used to be a YouTuber!

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    In February 2010, the Lady Bird star created a YouTube account called ModdedController360 where he showed off all the unique Xbox 360 controllers that caught his eye.

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    Although the comments for his videos are turned off, Chalamet doesn’t appear to be very bothered by his past.

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    The actor once talked about his YouTube channel when he did an interview with Zendaya to promote their new Fortnite skins.

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    “I had a YouTube channel people found,” Chalamet told gamer Nate Hill. “It’s YouTube dot com back-slash ‘ModdedController360. And I used to paint-mod controllers.”

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    Chalamet’s YouTube channel currently has over 18,000 subscribers, so I guess people must have really loved his content, or they were just dying to know more about his life before fame.

    Timothee Chalamet at "The King" Press Conference
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