Harland “Harley” Morenstein is a YouTuber and Internet star from Canada. He co-created, produced, and hosted Epic Meal Time on YouTube, as well as Epic Meal Empire on FYI television. He also has a thriving vlog channel. Along with Ameer Atari and Adam Lemco, he is one of the show’s three remaining founding members.
Harley Morenstein, a Canadian actor, Internet personality, and vlogger, was born on July 20, 1985. He co-created, produced, and hosted Epic Meal Time on YouTube, as well as Epic Meal Empire on FYI television. He also has a thriving vlog channel. Along with Ameer Atari, he is one of the two remaining original members of the show.
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With Sterling Toth, he co-created Epic Meal Time in 2010. The channel boasts over 6 million members, over 300 episodes, two spin-offs, and guest stars like Seth Rogen, Smosh, Tony Hawk, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Kevin Smith, who directed the film Tusk, in which Morenstein appeared. Under the moniker Next time Productions, he produces the show with his brother, Darren Morenstein. He starred in the two-season TV adaption of the show Epic Meal Empire on FYI.
Morenstein’s Vine on beard shaving made him famous in 2013. He has been active on Vine since then, and in 2015, after irregularly Vlogging on YouTube since 2014, he began Vlogging full-time, with videos including his girlfriend (though they have since separated up amicably as of 2019), dog, and other EpicMealTime members. His vlog channel has approximately 300,000 subscribers.
Morenstein appears in Destorm’s song “Epic wRap,” which was released on YouTube on December 18, 2011.
He’s also participated in Freddie Wong’s video web series Video Game High School and in a commercial for Just Dance 4 alongside Shane Dawson.
Kevin Smith offered Morenstein a cameo role in his Tusk after he appeared on an episode of the show and a TV show. He also played Smith in the anthology film Holidays. In Smith’s Moose Jaws, he played one of the main characters.  Morenstein starred in the zombie flick Dead Rising: Watchtower in 2015. In his first television appearance, he appeared as a guest on an episode of Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers. Morenstein also appeared in Rhett and Link’s 2012 music video “Rub Some Bacon On It” as well as their 2015 skit “The Overly Complicated Coffee Order.”
He hosted the Food Network special series Halloween Wars: Hayride of Horror in October 2017.
Harley Morenstein’s Girlfriend, Dating, Family, and Friendships
Morenstein has been dating Andee Jaclyn since 2014. They look to be in a great relationship and frequently appear in Instagram images together.
Harley Morenstein is a $4 million Canadian actor. His YouTube video Epic Meal Time has made him famous.