Game Grumps Edit
Barry's current job is editor of Game Grumps. His duties include everything other than the actual recording: editing, scheduling, uploading, and making the episode titles, descriptions, and thumbnails. He took this role so that Jon and Arin can dedicate themselves more to their own series. He was chosen for this role mainly because he lived with Jon at the time, he is now living with Danny. He started his job in September 2012, uploading Yoshi's Island and Super Smash Brothers Brawl episodes and editing Mario Party 4 episodes.
Barry's role as editor was originally kept as a secret until the Battletoads episode. Since then, Barry has become both a popular and important part of Game Grumps.
Barry created one special Game Grumps Animated, as an April Fools' Day joke, called Grep Animated.
Barry has so far appeared in all episodes of Steam Rolled, where Steam Train challenged Game Grumps to a 2v2 battle in Quake III, CS:GO, and Worms Armageddon. The fourth episode was a free for all between Arin, Barry, Ross and Suzy in Mario Party 4. Because Danny Sexbang is a prominent part of both Steam Train and Game Grumps, Ross was left alone on the Steam Train Team so Barry filled that role. At the end of CS:GO, Barry spoke for the first time, simply saying, "Thanks for having me."
In more recent Game Grumps content, Barry has been given much more of a character as a grump. He is often in the live action Game Grumps Tee's Ads.
Barry and Suzy have started a new series called Table Flip on their fellow YouTube channel and website Polaris, which involves them and certain guests playing various board games (with a loose definition of board games).
In a recent Steam Train, Barry obtained a carton of milk.
Barry assisted Jon in the making of his series, co-writing various episodes (such as DinoCity BRO!!!, Starfox Adventures: Stairfax Temperatures, and 6 Horrible Boss Battles) and helping while Jon is shooting the live action segments of his videos. He has also starred in the Minecraft Hardcore series, the DayZ Hardcore series and the Terraria Hardcore series by Austin "PeanutButterGamer" Hargrave on his secondary channel PBGGameplay, with Jon. He has also assisted Ross in the filming of the live action skit of his The Gap Derpcraft Short. He also did the audio and lighting for Suzy's London Fashion Week - The platform giveaway! video, with Arin and Chris "OneyNG" O'Neil. He also appeared on NinjaSexParty's video for Let's Get This Terrible Party Started! (which also starred Jon as "Main Party Invitee" and Ross as a "D&D Nerd", was directed by Arin and had Suzy working on props), as a member of the Country themed Bar Mitzvah band Shalom on the Range, with his brother Alex and El Cid. He was featured on Hot Pepper Gaming, where he ate a Congo Trinidad pepper and then reviewed The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. He has also claimed to be aiding Arin in the production of his new Sequelitis.
Game development Edit
Barry has contributed to the game design and audio of multiple games, including Soof, Thicket, and Ourobot.
Barry went to Palos Verdes Peninsula High School. He graduated from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University in May 2012, where he majored in Video Game Theory and Design and minored in Business of Entertainment, Media, and Technology.
Personal Life Edit
Barry was born, along with his twin brother, on December 3rd 1989, assumed thanks to this birthday gift video by his brother. The first time Barry's birthday was mentioned was in this reddit comment. Barry has an older brother, Alex Kramer. His father is a cyclist. His mother operates the YouTube channel dmkeng1984. Barry seen with his brother and friends.
- His editing software of choice is Windows Movie Maker for Windows XP (Actually it's Adobe Premiere....For Windows Vista)
- Barry is Jewish (as mentioned in Nickelodeon Guts and My Boyfriend 2 on Single Train, as well as being part of Shalom on the Range in aforementioned Ninja Sex Party video).
- On his Reddit page, Barry was asked what was his favorite moment in GameGrumps, he replied with "Donkey Kong? DONKEY KONG!!!"
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