Dylan Hart’s death has shocked his fans for being so sudden. Hart, aka Household Hacker on YouTube, was well-known for his “lifehack” and DIY videos. With this sudden news, fans want to know more about Dylan Hart’s death and what exactly happened to him.
Who is Dylan Hart aka Household Hacker?
Dylan Hart was born on 13 October 1982 in San Jose, California.
Hart, aka Household Hacker, is an American YouTuber who rose to fame mainly for his “lifehack” videos. His content featured ingenuous solutions to everyday, household problems, hence his channel moniker.
Hart also used this channel to show himself testing promoted products such as highly rated gadgets featured on Amazon or on TV.
Dylan Hart’s first-ever Household Hacker YouTube video is called “How to Create a High-Def speaker for under a buck.”
The video was posted in 2007 and has accumulated more than 4 million views. Household Hacker’s YouTube channel has 4.96 million subscribers at the time of writing.
RIP Dylan Hart: Cause of death remains unknown
Dylan Hart, aka Household Hacker, passed away on 6 November 2020, but the news of his passing was not released to the public until 25 February 2021.
The announcement about Dylan Hart’s death was posted to the official Household Hacker Facebook page, alongside a tribute to Hart and a video from his friend, Scott.
In the video, Scott says: “Unfortunately, we need to announce that Dylan Hart passed away suddenly, a few months back”.
The cause of his death is currently unknown to the public.
Household Hacker’s channel will be taken over by Hart’s wife, Annie Bosler, who will oversee operations, along with an unnamed long-time friend and Scott Kinmartin who will continue producing content for the channel.
Twitter pays tribute
Fans took to social media after news of his death to pay tribute to Dylan Hart. Many of them had followed him on YouTube for years and mourned the loss of the online personality who bought them comfort and joy.
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