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YouTube sensations Lucas and Marcus have continued to be a delight to their numerous fans worldwide. Lucas and Marcus which is also the name of the YouTube channel created from the collaboration of the two brothers is indeed a favorite to many who frequent the platform. The channel which has garnered millions of subscribers over the years features the brothers serving hot dancing skills and stunts to their viewers. The twins have risen to high prominence on the internet with their talent and have continued to excel within the web space.
Lucas and Marcus started out by posting series of dance videos on the six-second video app, Vine. Their channel called Twinbotz had amassed great following amounting to thousands. By 2015 the twins could boast of over 700,000 followers on Vine. Today Lucas and Marcus have up to 12 million subscribers on their youtube channel.
Lucas and Marcus Biography – How Old Are They?
The prolific dancers Lucas and Marcus Dobre-Mofid were born on January 28, 1999, in Maryland to their parents; Aurelia Dobre, their mother, and Boz Mofid, their father. It must have been a matter of heredity for the twins who were born into a family of dancers. Their mother Aurelia is a renowned artistic gymnastic who retired in the late 80s.
Auriela won the 1987 world championship on the balance beam, as well as many other awards. The Dobres’ father Boz Mofid owns the Dobre Gymnastics Academy located in Maryland. Starting out on the Vine app, the twins went by the name TwinBotz and mesmerized their followers with their well-coordinated dance moves. Lucas and Marcus whose videos were not doing so well collaborated with Jake Paul who was a very popular Vine app sensation at the time.
Meeting the ace Viner culminated in the creation of their breakthrough video dedicated to Lycia Faith and SelfieC. The video subsequently attracted a lot of viewing thus, drawing followers to their channel. The channel’s following rose to 300,000 in the year 2014, with over 800 million loops on their uploads. TwinBotz was gaining more momentum on the net.
Being twins, Lucas can read his brother’s mind during their performances causing them to have a well-coordinated synchronization of moves and stunts.
What Are They Known For?
As mentioned earlier, the Dobre twins gained popularity as twin dancers known for their mesmerizing moves and stunts. They upload contents ranging from challenge videos, experiments, vlogs, dance videos, pranks and anything entertaining. Although the twins created their Youtube channel in 2011, Lucas and Marcus started posting videos on the channel in the year 2015.
The channel Lucas and Marcus has garnered over 12 million subscribers and well over 2 billion views. Their first video on YouTube was recorded as ‘What are the Odds’ which starred Viner, Paul. They also have another channel on musical.ly titled dobretwins which also has a great following.
Lucas and Marcus got a lot of help from their mother Aurelia. Being born to a dance and stunts expert, the twins mastered a lot of physical training techniques which helped them come up with unique dance moves and stunts.
The twins do not live their mother out in their dancing business. They made a video When Your Mom is Better Than You which featured their mother to prove her indispensable impact in their lives and most especially in their business.
Lucas and Marcus also rule on the social media space where they call their fans the Dobrearmy. With millions of followers on Instagram and thousands on Facebook and Twitter, the twins sure sit on a high pedestal among their counterparts.
Other Facts You Should Know About Lucas and Marcus
- Together, YouTube sensations Lucas and Marcus have a net worth estimated at $3 million. The twins make a lot of money from their videos which reach a large audience in a matter of seconds.
- The Dobre twins have two older brothers; Cyrus who was born in 1993 and Darius born in 1995.
- The talented duo signed with Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in March 2018.
- Lucas and Marcus were initially members of Paul’s Team 10 but later left the team in LA. They moved back to Maryland after admitting that they were indeed homesick and missing their folks.