Jane Douglas Biography
Jane Douglas is an actress and TV show host best known as the host and co-editor of the documentary series “Outside Xbox,” which has been broadcast since 2009 and now stars Andy Farrant and Mike Channell. Regularly, the show provides its followers with videos relating to Xbox One and Xbox 360, while also covering several other issues unrelated to Xbox.
Jane Douglas Age
Jane Douglas was born on 28 January 1988 in England. She is 34 years old.
Jane Douglas Height
Jane stands at an average height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Jane Douglas Education
Jane went to a local London high school where she was more interested in learning about computers and playing video games than in athletics. She matriculated in 2006 at Warwick University in England, where she eventually earned a Master’s degree in Physics in 2012.
Jane Douglas Family
Jane and her younger sister were raised in London by their British father, a programmer, and their Chinese-Malaysian mother, a secretary at a local Information Technology (IT) company. Her father inspired her interest in computers, and she began playing video games at a young age – her first console was the PlayStation 1, which she began playing at the age of eight, and her favorite games were “Pandemonium” and “Crash Bandicoot.” She began playing PC games before receiving her first Xbox; she has played both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 but favors the Xbox One.
Jane Douglas Husband
Jane married another YouTuber, Andy Farrant. The couple got hitched in a private ceremony.
Jane’s net worth
Jane’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Jane Douglas Career
Jane began her career in 2012, when she co-directed, wrote, and produced 10 episodes of the 58-episode short documentary series “Show of the Week” alongside Andy Farrant and Mike Channell. The show aired episodes in three seasons through 2019 and focuses largely on Xbox One-related topics. She hosted 11 episodes of the 108-episode TV series “Videogame Nation” in 2014, which starred John Robertson, Dan Maher, and Ellie Gibson and lasted four seasons.
She received special recognition for her contributions to the 2018 horror film “Livestream,” directed and written by Michelle Iannantuono and starring Tiffani Brown, Austin Butts, and Maddie Casto, and following a streamer who manages to transfer ghosts into the real world while playing a haunted video game – the film won two awards and was nominated for five others. Jane made an uncredited appearance as Sixer in Steven Spielberg’s action-adventure science fiction film “Ready Player One,” starring Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, and Ben Mendelsohn.
The film is about the OASIS virtual reality world, which will be given to the person who discovers an Easter Egg in it – it was a huge success, winning 11 awards and being nominated for 53 more, including an Oscar for Best Achievement in Visual Effects for Roger Guyett, Grady Cofer, Matthew E. Butler, and David Shirk.
Jane’s most recent role was in the short musical video “The Oxventurers Guild: Everyone Else in the World” in 2019, directed by Jonathan Garnham and James Hills and starring Mike Channell and Johnny Chiodini.
Jane enjoys traveling and has visited countries such as Italy, Spain, and France, as well as the United States on numerous occasions, primarily staying in Los Angeles, California, and New York City. She is a warrior for human rights and equality between men and women, religions and races, and she has backed people during “Black Lives Matter” rallies in the United States after a black man was killed by a police officer who kneeled on his neck.
She enjoys watching movies late at night, and her favorite actors and actresses include Robert De Niro and Julia Roberts, as well as the trilogy “The Godfather”, “Taxi Driver”, and “Lost in Translation”.