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Stokes Twins

Alan Chin Stokes and Alex Chin Stokes (b. November 23, 1996) are a pair of American internet personalities known as the Stokes Twins. The twins were born and raised in China before they moved to Tennessee, USA when they were just 8 years old. They now live in California and are of English and Han Chinese descent.


(Source: Instagram)


The Stokes Twins first joined YouTube on April 11, 2008 and uploaded their first video on May 21, 2017 which was a Q&A video. Throughout their career on YouTube, they did challenge videos, cash giveaways, and pranks as part of their long form content. They also started a series of mythbuster videos, where they test myths to see if they are real or fake.


Alex and Alan were part of a YouTube collective channel known as Sunset Park in 2017. They were a part of the group for almost a year before taking a hiatus from YouTube. In 2020, internet personality Brent Rivera asked the twins to be a part of his YouTube collective known as Amp World whose members include reputed creators like Andrew Davila (whom they met earlier in Sunset Park), Lexi Rivera, Ben Azelart, Dom Brack, Jeremy Hutchins, Lexi Hensler, and Pierson Wodzynski.


Table of Contents:

  1. The Stokes Twins’ Personal Information
  2. Career
  3. Net Worth
  4. Social Media Presence
  5. Top Videos
  6. Personal Life
  7. FAQs


The Stokes Twins’ Personal Information


(Source: Instagram)


Real NameAlan Chin StokesAlex Chin Stokes
Social Media UsernameAlan StokesAlex Stokes
DOB and Age November 23, 1996
Height Alan: 6’1” (185 cm)Alex: 6’1” (185 cm)
WeightAlan: 70 kgAlex: 58 kg
Net Worth$32.2 million (combined)
YouTube FollowersYouTube: 13.8 million
TikTok FollowersTikTok: 31.2 million; 816.1 m likes
Address/ResidenceCalifornia, USA
Nationality American
Total Views YouTube: 2, 416,466,858 views

TikTok: 204.4 million views


More than their content, the Stokes twins are infamous for their controversies. In October 2019, the twins made a video where they faked a bank robbery as a prank in two places. In the video, they wore black masks and outfits and carried duffel bags filled with money as they ran in the public among a crowd of people who thought the robbery was happening in real life.


In that video, they are also seen asking unsuspecting commoners on how to get away from the police. They also ask for clothing items and transportation help.


At one point in the video, they call an Uber driver, who was not aware of the prank. When the driver refused to drive them on the said pretext of them being robbers, they attempted to coerce him using force. After numerous bystanders called the police, the Uber driver was held at gunpoint by the police until it was found that the driver was not involved in the prank video. The twins were let off with a warning.


However, they later continued to film the rest of the video with a second prank four hours later at University of California, Irvine. The police again caught the twins in Irvine and this time, they arrested them. In August 2020, the Stokes Twins were charged with false imprisonment caused by violence, menace, fraud or deceit and falsely reporting an emergency in connection to the video.


The twins' attorneys have reportedly claimed that the twins are not guilty of the charges. The responding officers from the first prank reportedly gave suggestions on how to make the prank video, and one brother reportedly called the non-emergency line of the Irving Police Department twice to tell them that they were going to shoot a prank video, prior to the filming.


Their attorneys also raised questions about the time that had passed between the video and the charges; which took 10 months to come forward, and that the twins did not know about the charges until after the department released information publicly to the press about the same.


On April 1, 2021, the twins pleaded guilty to all charges. However, they managed to avoid jail time. The twins received a sentence including mandatory 160 hours of community service. They had to serve probation in addition to paying restitution. The Stokes brothers are also banned from the Irvine campus of the University of California, where they filmed their second prank of the same video. The video has since been removed from YouTube.


The Stokes twins have been repeatedly accused of stealing content as well as thumbnails from other YouTubers like MrBeast, SSSniperWolf, Mark Rober and JianHao Tan. They have also been repeatedly accused of copying Charles the French's "Problem of Online Classes" video. This was further discussed by SunnyV2 on his video where he ‘exposed’ the Stokes Twins.


The twins are mainly active on YouTube, although they are also active on Instagram and TikTok.


Career


The Stokes Twins joined YouTube in 2008, but did not post their first video until 2017.


Before their YouTube career, Alan and Alex Stokes went viral for posting pictures of themselves on Instagram featuring the common twin trope- wearing identical clothes. They continue to do this activity as of 2022.


(Source: Instagram)


They became part of the YouTube group Sunset Park in 2017. The group used to upload challenges, pranks and vlogs to their social media accounts, though not every member of the group appeared in every single video. The collective previously included creators like Okaymoe, Coby Persin and Ethan Bradberry.


Since their rise to fame, the Stokes twins have appeared in several TV shows. They made appearances in the shows “Afterschooled” and “Brobot”, both of which featured Brent Rivera, while in the latter show, skateboarder and fellow creator Ben Azelart was involved. They also starred in the second season of “Light as a Feather” playing two new characters that weren’t there in the first season.


The Stokes twins have also released a compilation album featuring some of their favourite songs. The album cover features the twins and has been popular with their subscribers.


The Stokes twins have partnered with brands like Chipotle, Amazon, Ubisoft and Crocs. (Source: Business Insider)


In an interview with Business Insider in 2019, the twins claimed that their current focus is to provide content only on social media, and less to no focus on gaining traction on mainstream media.


In 2020, the twins joined Amp Studios, co-owned by Brent Rivera and Max Levine.


They currently have an online merchandise venture named "Double Trouble".


The twins also have an official second YouTube channel "Stokes Twins Too", where they do personal vlogging content.


Net Worth


The twins have a combined net worth of $32.2 million, according to various media reports. Most of this comes from brand sponsorships and social media posts.


Social Media Presence


Other than being active on YouTube and TikTok, they are also active on their individual personal accounts on Instagram. Alan Stokes currently has 6.1 million followers, while Alex Stokes has 4.6 million followers.


Top Videos




In this video, one of the Stokes twins accidentally squirts out ketchup on a person’s face, instead of putting on the food on the table.




In this video, Alan sits in a bathtub full of Mentos and Coke.




In this video, Alan’s flatulence is heard through a microphone close to his buttcrack.




In this video, the twins warn about the dangers to one’s baby, while the parent is being neglectful.




In this video, featuring Brent Rivera, the Stokes twins show people how to avoid their ex-partners in public- by dressing up in children’s jackets and pretending to walk with their back bent.


Personal Life


The twins have English descent from their father’s side and Han Chinese descent from their mother’s side. They were brought up in China in their younger years until they moved to the United States.


In February 2019, Alex Stokes underwent emergency surgery for acute appendicitis, after a week of untreated symptoms.


Alex has often been linked to Leslie Contreras, a social media influencer. They have posted videos together on social media platforms.


FAQs


Q.How many languages can the Stokes Twins speak?

A.They are known to speak English and Mandarin, the latter being on virtue of growing up in China during their younger years.


Q. Are either of the Stokes Twins in a relationship?

A. As of 2022, neither of the Stokes Twins are in a relationship.


Q. Are the Stokes twins identical?

A.They are identical twins and even have the same hairstyle, except that Alex has had a mole on the right side of his face since birth, which helps fans tell them apart.





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