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Daniel Sulzbach, also known by his online alias MrRepzion, is a 24-year old, German-American YouTube vlogger. His main channel currently has almost 500,000 subscribers. Daniel is known by his videos about different subjects, varying from religion to video games.
He also runs a series called Facepalm Sunday, which is his most popular series. In these videos, Daniel responds to other YouTubers' videos. Two of his most popular episodes was a response to Nicole Arbour's Dear Fat People video, and Vegan Gains' grandfather's death video.
Daniel has been on YouTube since 2007 on his original channel named Repzion, where he shared his views about religion. But in 2009, his channel was deleted. When trying to make a new channel, the username Repzion was no longer available due to his old channel being closed, so he chose MrRepzion instead.
His channel has since then accumulated over 460,000 subscribers and 70 million total views.
Daniel grew up in a religious household. When he was younger, he was very religious. In one of his videos he stated that he was bullied at the the church he went to. He also stated that he didn't like himself at that time. In 2012, Daniel became a deist, and six months later, an atheist. He said that he was happier than ever out of religion.
When Daniel was still at the church, an important event happened, which changed his life. Daniel was sexually assaulted at the age of 18, and this caused him to fall in depression and start doing self harm. He then decided to quit religion, which made him happy.
- He made videos with Matthew Santoro.
- He loves to travel.
- He loves Star Wars, Pokemon, anime, comics, and zombies.
- He's not a picky person.
- He's rarely judgmental.
- He builds computers.
- He works in After Effects.