Mat George - Bio, Net Worth, Age, Death, Death Cause, Family, Parents, Girlfriend, Nationality, Salary, Height, Weight, Facts, Wiki, Podcast, Gay
Mathew George shortly named Mat George was the host of the "She Rates Dogs" podcast with his best friend Michaela and had described it as the biggest risk he's ever taken. He revealed on his podcast, "I was understandably a nervous wreck." The podcast shot to fame in merely 5 months, making both Mat and Michaela social media stars. The pair dropped the first episode of "She Rates Dogs" back in August 2020. As well as he was an alumna of Arizona State University and an Internet Personality. He had more than 9K followers on his Instagram account under the head @matchu_chutrain and more than 71K followers on his Twitter account under the same account head. Before pursuing his podcasting dreams, Mat had a medical career. Sadly, he died at the age of 26 on 17th July 2021.
Podcaster Mat George dies at 26
On Saturday night (17th July 2021), his podcast co-host Michaela Okland confirmed the news on Twitter, saying that the Arizona-based content creator was killed in a hit-and-run. "I would rather you guys here this from me than a news article," Okland wrote on Twitter. "Mat was killed in a hit and run last night. I don't really have any other words right now. I wish I could contact everybody who knows him personally but the news is already out and I just can't do it right now". The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) report reveals that his death cause is the result of a hit-and-run collision that took place in Beverly Hills in the early hours of Saturday. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, George was struck in a hit and run early Saturday morning in the Beverly Grove neighborhood of Los Angeles. The vehicle involved in the incident is a white BMW, that didn't stop after the collision and continued eastbound. Mat was pronounced dead at the accident spot. One fan commented on George's death, "I didn't know Mat personally but he was without a doubt one of the funniest, kindest people on this app. His humor, smile, and general positivity and happiness were absolutely infectious and every time he posted I could count on a good laugh. Praying for his family and friends."
- Being an American podcast host, and internet personality.
- For hosting the "She Rates Dogs" podcast with his best friend Michaela.
Where was Mat George from?
Mat George was born in the year 1995. He was from the United States of America. He held American nationality and his ethnic background was American-White. He lastly celebrated his 25th birthday as of 2020. His race was African-American and Asian Indian. Details regarding his parents have not been disclosed yet. He also has a sibling, a sister. By religion, he followed Christianity.
Concerning his educational background, Mat George attended Arizona State University.
Who was Mat George Girlfriend?
Mat George was an unmarried man. He was openly gay who often talked about the LGBTQ communities' struggles in dating. He was not dating anyone at the time of his death. Also, there is no news, and rumors surfaced in the media regarding his affairs, relationships, and girlfriend or boyfriend. His sexual orientation was gay.
What is Mat George Net Worth?
Mat George was the host of the podcast "She Rates Dogs" whose net worth is around $500K at the time of his death. His salary was also in thousands of dollars. He was living a cool lifestyle with his earnings prior to his death. His major source of wealth was from his podcasting career.
How tall was Mat George?
Mat George was a handsome man with a charming personality. He had a very glowing face attracting a lot of people towards him. His height was perfect which matched with his body weight. He had attractive body measurements as well. His body type was average.
Trivias About Mat George You Need To Know.
- Mat George was the host of the "She Rates Dogs".
- He was also an alumna of Arizona State University and an Internet Personality.
- Before pursuing his podcasting dreams, Mat had a medical career.
- He was openly gay who often talked about the LGBTQ communities' struggles in dating.