Comedy Producer Weighs In On 20-Year-Old Aspiring YouTube Star’s Prank Videos

TJ says he creates prank videos and posts them to YouTube with the goal of becoming famous for viral videos. He says he quit his job where he was earning $60,000 a year to pursue this dream but has yet to earn any money or gain fame.

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Dr. Phil wanted to find out if TJ’s prank videos are profit-worthy, so he asked well-known comedy producer Jay Miller to share his thoughts. See what he says in the video above.

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And, Dr. Phil and Mike Bayer, life coach and author of the New York Times bestseller Best Self: Be You, Only Better, offer advice to TJ and his parents, who are supporting him.

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