• Ltcorbis (real name: Sophia) was born on September 23, 2004 in the USA. • She is best known as a YouTube content creator, with a net worth of over $100,000. • She is active on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. • Her most successful videos include “THE CYBER CIRCLEJERK”, “BACK TO SCHOOL”, “Lofi is Trash” and “FANDOMS ARE GARBAGE”. • Her most recent videos include “Interviewing Count Dankula”, “Talking With Nick Fuentes” and “Interviewing Jesse Lee Peterson”.
Known for movies
Date Of Birth
January 17, 1980, December 8, 1976
Jacob Pechenik, Ben Gibbard, Apostolos Mantis
Long dark hair with bangs
Voted #12 on Ask men's top 99 'most desirable' women of 2012.
Earned $90,000 per episode (2011-2012) from New Girl (2011)
Sophia, whose last name is unknown, but aka Ltcorbis was born on 23 September 2004 in the USA which means that her zodiac sign is Virgo, her nationality is American, and she is 14 years old as of mid-2019. Sophia is best known as a YouTube content creator, and in that field she has worked on videos such as “Interviewing Count Dankula” and “Interviewing Jesse Lee Peterson”.
So just how rich is Ltcorbis as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, this vlogger has a net worth of over close to $100,000, with her wealth being accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. However, Sophia hasn’t spoken about her assets, such as houses and cars, as she is too young to own any of those. When it comes to Ltcorbis’ ethnicity, she is Caucasian and has brown eyes and brown hair.
Some of Ltcorbis’ latest posts on Twitter include one she retweeted, reading “Damn. This little girl just kicked the a*s of all the previous e-celeb commentators combined. I was mesmerized.” The mentioned tweet was written about her, as she became widely recognized for her commentary, despite being only 14 years-old.
Sophia is active on Instagram and is followed by 22,000 people who seem to enjoy her content. She often shares photos from her private life, allowing her fans to take a closer look at what’s going on behind the scenes. She has recently shared a photo of herself, jokingly adding “In other news, I’m attempting to get a part time job editing right now so I can transfer to an independent study school, so all you fu*king retards and vegans out there better whip out the altars and pray to moloch for me”. Besides that, she shared a beautiful photo of some trees, with the caption reading “just uploaded the new video :)))) hope you enjoy it I’m very tired it’s exactly 2am”.
Speaking about Ltcorbis’ relationship status, she is pretty secretive about that, as well as some other aspects of her personal life. Obviously, she is too young to have any kids or be married, but her future is certainly bright.
Sophia made her debut in 2016, with the video entitled “BITCH PLEASE (CS:GO Surfing Live Commentary)” and followed by making “Tales From Health And Home & Careers”, which her subscribers seem to have loved as they went on to leave numerous positive comments, and it’s been watched by more than a million people. In July of the same year, the vlogger made “HOW I ALMOST DIED (With Distorted Seinfeld Theme)”, which also received over a million views. In early 2017, Sophia uploaded the video about RiceGum, entitled “THIS YELLOW TWINKIE MUST BE STOPPED???”.
Subsequently, continuing to work at a rapid pace, she made “The Cult of Moms” and “PEPSI GETS APPROVED BY FASCIST YOUTH”, with both of the videos being successful among her audience. After that, in mid-2017, she uploaded a video of her review of “13 Reasons Why”, and then made “KATY PERRY IS WOKE” and “TAKING A PERSONALITY TEST (With Vaporub Boy)”.
Most Successful Videos
When it comes to Sophia’s most successful videos, those include “THE CYBER CIRCLEJERK”, “BACK TO SCHOOL”, “Lofi is Trash” and “FANDOMS ARE GARBAGE”. All of the videos did well among the audience and got a lot of views, which has great impact on Sophia’s finances, as she makes money every time an ad is displayed with some of her videos.
Speaking about Ltcorbis’ most recent videos, those include “Interviewing Count Dankula”, “Talking With Nick Fuentes” and “Interviewing Jesse Lee Peterson”. Her followers especially enjoyed the latter, as they went on to leave positive comments, such as “This is better than Christmas.”. In late April 2019, the YouTuber made “Be Not Afraid”, in which she spoke about Islam. Overall, being a hardworking girl and tackling controversial topics has allowed Sophia to make a name for herself and gain more exposure in the media. However, many people on YouTube have spoken negatively of her, and in that light, she was featured in “The Problem With Ltcorbis”. However, she doesn’t seem to mind, and sometimes even goes on to debate people who disagree with her.
Date Of Birth
January 17, 1980, December 8, 1976
Television producer, Singer-songwriter, Voice Actor, Model, Lawyer, Politician
Northwestern University, Crossroads School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Paris West University Nanterre La Défense, Pantheon-Sorbonne University
Jacob Pechenik, Ben Gibbard, Apostolos Mantis
Elsie Otter Pechenik
Mary Jo Deschanel, Caleb Deschanel, Nikos Konstantopoulos, Lina Alexiou
Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series
She & Him
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, People's Choice Award for Favorite Comedic TV Actress, Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media, Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Comedy, Golden Globe Award for Bes...
Elf, 500 Days of Summer, Yes Man, Almost Famous, Bridge to Terabithia, The Happening, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Failure to Launch, All the Real Girls, Trolls, Your Highness, The Good Girl, Our Idiot Brother, Big Trouble, Winter Passing, The Driftless Area, The New Guy, Rock the Kasbah, T...
[in a 2009 interview] I just basically make decisions by the seat of my pants.
[on her resemblance to Katy Perry] Friends of mine would call me up and say 'I saw you at the restaurant last night. I waved to you. You just blinked and looked at me like I'm a stranger'. It turned out that it was all just Katy Perry.
Feeling like an outsider is part of my nature, and it's what makes me who I am. So I think I'll find a way to make myself feel like an outsider, no matter what situation I'm in.
A lot of people are like, You can't change human nature - people are inherently negative. I don't think that's true. If you expect the best of people, they'll step up.
[on romantic comedy] It's in need of reinvention. It's such a narrow genre because it basically involves the same thing happening every time. The romantic comedy is an evolution of the screwball comedy from the 1930s, but the screwball comedy had a broader range of topics. To surprise people, you need to keep changing things up.
I just felt it's important to teach young girls to be strong people, to not think, I can't do this because I'm worried about what people will say. There are worse consequences, but online negativity stops people from being creative, part of which is having bad ideas as well as good ideas. When somebody says, 'That idea's stupid,' you stop your flow of ideas. We can't have the next generation be so afraid because they have been attacked.
[on Mary Helen Bowers] Mary Helen knows how to make ordinary women look like ballerinas. She's the real deal.
The fact that people are associating being girlie with weakness--that needs to be examined...Are we bitches because we have our own opinions? If that makes me a bitch, or that makes women bitches, then maybe we're all bitches.
[on playing the sexually-charged "Natalie" in Our Idiot Brother (2011)] I like characters who are complex, so I follow those roles. I love independent cinema. I feel very close to that world because it's about art. And I say no to a lot of work because it looks boring. I'd rather work really hard on a great movie that few people see than a crap movie everyone sees.
I started out doing theater, and I did a lot of school plays, theater summer camp, and all that. And then I did a play with a theater company when I was seventeen, and then I got representation, and then I just started audition for stuff. And then I got some things, and I got more things, and people started giving me jobs, and, you know... it's good.
I'm always trying to do stuff I haven't done before or challenge myself so I'm not resting on my laurels all of the time because if I just found my little niche and never left it, I'd be pretty boring, I think.
I'm into sincerity in music and sincerity in art. If it doesn't feel true, I don't want to do it. Things that are too dramatic scare me. I think that's why I don't always fit into the world of performing arts.
Always the aim for me is making people feel like they are not alone. That's just the greatest feeling.
[interview in "In Style" magazine, 9/06] The first album I ever got was "Like a Virgin". It was during the Iran Contra conflict-I thought she was saying, "Like a Persian".
It's a lot harder to do an ensemble because your energy is going in so many different places, and you have to cover everybody. You have to sort of split your attention.
I always choose roles that are, you know, hopefully different from the last role. I don't wanna do the same thing over and over again because that's, well, first of all that's no fun.
I don't want to be a babe. I don't want vanity to ever get in the way, because I think to maintain that, you have to be aware of yourself all the time, and that gets in the way of acting. My job's not to be the beautiful person. My job is to be the best actor I can be.
I don't think I'm very much like anyone else, really. I'm sure there are aspects of other actors that I share, but I don't see anybody else and go, "Damn, they stole my thing". I'm me, and I like that there are people who have an appreciation for that.
You have to keep reminding yourself it's not about money, because there is a lot of money to be made in this business if you're willing to do whatever. But that's not what I'm thinking about. I continue only to take movies because I love the script and because I really want to do it.
People say: "Oh yeah, jobs for the boys". I wish. You've got to fight even harder with a family like mine.
I was labeled a 'theatre type' in high school, which made it hard to fit in and feel part of things.
It's an addiction. I love clothes. I like to go down Melrose and look in all the windows and I go to different flea markets. I have lots of costumes. You never know when you're going to have to dress up like a milkmaid from the 1600s.
For a while I was like, "Oh my God, anyone that would release an album as an actor is the biggest fool ever", but I happened to have sung all my life before I was an actor. Why are musicians allowed to become actors? No one ever gives them flack for that.
I'm the worst at picking what movies are going to do well. I have no idea. I'm really surprised if a movie I like does well.
I don't really like to go out very much. I'm not scandalous. I'm not, like, in this to be famous. I also find it so embarrassing when you read about people and it's like they were so trashed at Skybar and stumbling around. I don't want to be that person. That's just so embarrassing to have that written about you.
I'm blessed with a lot of energy and stamina. I can't stand sitting still. I went to a spa once with my mom and I was like, "Get me out of here!'"
I don't want to go to another rollercoaster ride of a movie. If I want that, I'll go to Magic Mountain. I'm really interested in the young directors that are doing different things in cinema. I think the movies people will hold onto are the Rushmore (1998)s and the Being John Malkovich (1999)s. Those are the kind of films I want to do; that's what I'm passionate about.
I love old music, old movies, screwball comedies, vintage clothes and basically I'm an old-fashioned gal.
Is allergic to eggs, wheat gluten and dairy products. She used to be a vegan, but had to drop the diet because of her allergies.
Returned to work 6 months after giving birth to her daughter Elsie to resume filming the 5th season of New Girl (2011).
Was 7 months pregnant with her daughter Elsie when she took maternity leave from filming the 5th season of New Girl (2011).
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 35, a daughter named Elsie Otter Pechenik in late July 2015 in Austin, Texas. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Jacob Pechenik.
Married her boyfriend of about a year Jacob Pechenik sometime between January 17th and late July of 2015.
Has a nephew named Henry Lamar Hornsby (b.September 21, 2011).
Has been in a relationship with Jacob Pechenik since August 2014 and they have been engaged since January 17, 2015. They are expecting her 1st child in the summer.
Ranked #6 on Maxim's "Hot 100" of 2014 list.
Was in a relationship with scriptwriter Jamie Linden from June 2012 to August 2014.
Wrote a screenplay titled "Circus Girl" with friend Jackson Nash. "Circus Girl" involves a witch, evil flying red balloons and a giant diamond. Zooey plans to star in the film as the nerdy main character.
Attended Northwestern University for one year, but dropped out.
She spent several summers at camp upstate New York at French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts. She was also featured in the video for The Offspring's song "She's Got Issues" and the accompanying MTV documentary The Offspring Complete Music Video Collection (2005). She also plays ukulele for the band 'If All the Stars Were Pretty Babies'.
Graduated from Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences in Santa Monica.