A video posted in Household Hacker confirmed that Dylan Hart passed away months ago. It was a shock and fans are mourning his death today.
The YouTube video “In Memory of Dylan Hart” was posted yesterday (28th February 2021) that showed the years of Dylan’s life, which was 1982 to 2020. That surprised all the fans because it has been months since his death and this was not disclosed.
Who is Dylan Hart?
The host and founder of a popular YouTube channel Household Hacker is Dylan Hart. It has about 5 million subscribers all of whom are shocked by the news.
This YouTube page is very informative as their description itself says “we solve your common everyday problems and create things utilizing items you find around your house. You might say we try to bring out the MacGyver in all of us. From kitchen hacks and tricks to getting rid of ants; we do it all.”
Born on 13th October 1982, he was just 38 years old when he passed away on 6 November 2020.
He was an American who lived in San Jose, California, United States. According to his team member, Steve Martin, he “had such a creative spirit and one-of-a-kind perspective on the world and enjoyed sharing it with all of you.”
More about Household Hacker
It started 13 years ago on 6 November 2007 and it was the most subscribed channel for the month of December 2007.
This channel has attracted the notice of the people in the TV show “Mythbusters” and Conner O’Brien who watched the video live and gave a reaction.
How did he die?
Scott reveals in the video that he passed away a couple of months ago but they decided not to make that information public at that time.
Sadly, even the cause of death has not been revealed yet.
Obituary of Dylan Hart
Apart from the video, there was a long message posted on Facebook yesterday which went like this –
Dylan Hart (1982-2020), founder and host of Household Hacker, sadly passed away a couple of months ago. Dylan had a lot of passions in life. He was a lifelong Sci-Fi nerd, who could easily spend his downtime watching old episodes of Star Trek. He was a huge fan of The Mandalorian, as well. He talked about it as often as he could. That nerdy side to Dylan often showed through in his videos, sometimes in the form of a quick joke, other times more bluntly, like by literally wearing an exact replica of The Mandalorian’s helmet, whether it made sense or not.He had a passion for many things that were otherworldly. He loved steampunk and fantasy games from Zelda to Baldur’s Gate to Hearthstone. And he had an obsession for anything in Fallout/post-apocalyptic style, so much so that he fashioned his set around it and donned one of his gas masks at just about any opportunity. Dylan was also deeply interested in practically anything tech. He enjoyed making his own keyboards, programming his laptop to be able to control things around the house like a command center, 3D printing, and everything in between.It was a combination of all these things, along with the way that he saw the world, that made him into the creator millions knew him as. He helped pioneer and popularize life hacks on YouTube and loved to find a unique way out of common problems. He would sometimes even pore through decades-old books to pull inspiration from, finding long-forgotten solutions and bringing them into the modern-day for his audience. That was such a huge part of what drove Dylan to create—his audience—you. He always wanted to share something fresh and funny that hadn’t been done before (or could have been done better), because he knew he wasn’t the only one who saw the world through a different type of lens. Whether you watched to laugh or to learn something new, Dylan appreciated you all. And he inspired us who have worked with him to continue what he started, just as he would want us to. The channel was never about who the host was to Dylan. It was about creating, plain and simple. So, that’s what we’re going to do, while keeping Dylan’s vision in mind the whole way.This channel will continue to walk the path Dylan set it on over 13 years ago. Thank you to each and every one of you for the support you’ve shown over the years and for giving us the opportunity to create for you. We’ll be back very soon with new videos, so stay tuned. Thank you again, to all of you.
Let us all pay tribute to this talented guy who passed away too soon.