Gavin David Free (born ) is an English actor, director, cinematographer, and internet personality. Free is also known as the co-creator and co-host of the You Tube-based web series The Slow Mo Guys, alongside his friend Daniel Gruchy.Free is best known for his work at Rooster Teeth—where he formerly served as creative director—featuring in many of their projects, including the Achievement Hunter gaming division. The Slow Mo Guys features slow-motion footage of various stunts and experiments, garnering over 970 million views since it launched in 2010.He has worked on adverts and music videos for U2, Enter Shikari, Klaxons, Kasabian, The Chemical Brothers, X-Press 2, and the "Everybody Hurts" charity single.The Slow Mo Guys consists largely of various objects being filmed using Free's Phantom high-speed cameras.They moved to New York after they graduated in 1982, they got married in May, 1983. Judith Dimon, 58, was born Judith Ellen Kent to Mr. He can be seen incorporating Kara into his regime on social media, where he is pictured balancing the 5ft 4in actress on his shoulders while she manages to hold on to her mobile.Essex-born Kara has been introducing Dr Jensen to her close friends and successfully navigated a potentially awkward encounter at Wimbledon when she bumped into her ex, East Enders actor Joe Swash.
The actress hinted in 2015 that BBC producers contrived her relationship with Russian hoofer Artem, 35, by placing the two unattached stars together.‘I was determined we wouldn’t get together,’ said Kara.
His acting roles include Woody in Lazer Team, Vav in the animated comedy series X-Ray and Vav, and Scarlet David in RWBY.
He also appeared the music video for Barenaked Ladies single "Did I Say That Out Loud? In 2006, Free joined Green Door Films, the first production house in Europe to use Phantom digital high-speed cameras as a source of slow motion, working as a data technician and camera operator.
In April 2011, the channel was voted the winner of You Tube's On The Rise program, which highlights up-and-coming You Tube partners on the homepage.
In September 2012, their episode involving crushing watermelons was featured on The Tonight Show.