|Date Joined:||May 22, 2006|
|Date Shut Down:||N/A|
|Status:||InActive (9 Months+)|
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Charles Paul Trippy lll (born September 2th 1984) is a YouTuber who posts daily to CTFxC on YouTube. CTFxC currently holds the Guinness World Record for most consecutive personal videos uploaded to YouTube. Charles is known for his daily vlogs and his skits. Charles was married to Alli Speed whom he wed in November 2011. Together they had 4 channels, CharlesTrippy (Skit Channel), CTFxC (Daily Vlog Channel), Trippy (iPhone Videos). There was also the "Charles" which was used for random iPhone videos but it is no longer active as "Trippy" is now used for iPhone videos.
Charles was born in Sarasota, Florida and he was raised in Bradenton, Florida. He graduated from the University of South Florida. He currently resides with his 2 dogs Zoey and Marley in Tampa, Florida. Charles joined YouTube in 2006 through his Skit Channel. Charles is also a musician and as of September 2011 he plays the bass for the band We The Kings.
Charles is also good friends with other Youtubers and he has starred in some of their channels such as: The Annoying Orange, Cory Williams (SMP Films/Mr Safety), Shay Carl, Jesse Wellens (PrankvsPrank) and Justine Ezarik (iJustine).
On the 8th of April 2014, Charles announced that he and Alli would be separating. He stated that this was "A new chapter in his life."
Rumours have started that Charles is now dating someone else, although he has not denied these completely he has stated that he has never cheated on Alli.
Charles is now openly dating another woman named Allie Wesenberg.
Charles' current PO Box is: Charles Trippy, PO Box 20912, Bradenton, FL 34204
CharlesTrippy Channel (Skit Channel)Edit
The "CharlesTrippy" channel is currently the 157th most subscribed on YouTube. It has over 700,000 subscribers ans over 85,000,000 video views.The first video uploaded to this channel is Zoey and the Big Stick and it has over 148,000 views.
- His dad, Charles "Chaz" Trippy, Jr. played drums and percussion in the Greg Allman band from the 1960s to the 1980s.
- He has known the members of We The Kings since his teens and they sometimes appear in his earlier vlogs.