THE SIDEMEN have rounded up the 2022 Charity Football Match which featured several social media stars such as Pieface.
Who is YouTuber Pieface?
Before becoming a familiar face with those who watch Youtube regularly, Pieface – born on January 23, 1992 – was a manager at McDonald’s.
He is a huge Plymouth Argyle supporter and after his Big Brother appearance he set off on creating content on Youtube.
He creates videos of himself playing FIFA and has gathered over 610,000 subscribers on Youtube as Pieface23.
On Twitch he gathered a following of 772,000 and generates over 100,000 views on his broadcasts.
When was Pieface on Big Brother?
Pieface was on Big Brother in 2015, when the series had a timebomb theme and he was just 23 ans.
He lasted 66 days and managed to finish in fourth place.
Although he left Big Brother unvictorious, he still left with a cash prize of £23,900 which he earned during one of the tasks.
On his return to Plymouth, Pieface quit his day job at the fast food restaurant.
He embarked on his journey as a video creator and proved to be a success.
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What is Pieface’s real name?
Pieface’s real name is Jack McDermott.
Talking about his nickname, Pieface said back when he was about to join Big Brother: “My parents call me Jack and my boss does – she wants people to not call me Pieface because apparently, it’s a bit unprofessional, but it’s just an easy way of communicating.
“I was just sat on a wall at school once eating a pie – it’s still disputed actually as to who actually said it – and someone went, “Pieface.”
“Since then it’s just grown and grown.
“Everyone knows me at the football – I do all the away games and I’m known as Pieface on the bus.
“It’s a bit of an identity, n'est-ce pas?
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“Jack is who I am, but if I go in as Pieface, I’m comfortable with that.
“It’s easier for people to know me as that and it gives me a bit of an edge, Je suppose, over some of the other people.”