Who is Nathan Apodaca? Wiki, Biography, Age, Tiktoker, Viral Video, Married, Facts

Nathan Apodaca

Nathan Apodaca Wiki – Nathan Apodaca Biography

Nathan Apodaca is an American online media star who circulated around the web in 2020 on Tik Tok after he made skateboarding down a thruway while tuning in to the Fleetwood Mac melody “Dreams” while drinking Ocean Spray cran-raspberry juice and lip adjusting. The video gathered in excess of 50 million perspectives in a couple of days.


Nathan Apodaca was born on 24 October 1982. He is 37 years old as of 2020.


Apodaca was born in Idaho. His dad is of Mexican drop while his mom is from the Northern Arapaho clan in Wyoming.


Nathan Apodaca who goes by @doggface208 on Instagram works full time at a potato warehouse in Idaho. He created his first Tik Tok account around November 2017 after his two daughters, Makyla and Angelia, persuaded him to give a try. His first video went viral racking up 700,000 views and 100,000 likes in less than 24 hours.

Wife and Children

Nathan Apodaca isn’t hitched yet has two girls Makyla and Angelia from a past relationship.

Viral Video

In a year as rough as 2020, Nathan’s carefree embrace of life resonated across the internet, brightening its otherwise tired and jaded corners. At the time of writing, his video has been viewed more than 60m times and received more than 10m likes on TikTok. Within days, Ocean Spray sent him a new truck. A GoFundMe set up for him raised more than $10k.

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Dreams re-entered the charts. Mick Fleetwood, Shakira, Jimmy Fallon, and even Stevie Nicks have posted remakes of his video. He’s now looking to buy a house.

In the morning Nathan made the video he was commuting from his trailer, where he’s been dealing with water and electricity outages. Then his car broke down, which forced him to hit the road on his longboard.

He arrived only a few minutes before his shift at his local potato factory was due to start. He said he considered deleting the clip and getting on with his day, especially as phones are prohibited on the factory floor. But he got it up just in time. By the end of his second break, it already had 2m views.

On one hand, you have the American dream in a 25-second clip. But on the other, a story of how precarious life can be for so many Americans, where a safety net comes in the form of being able to raise money from strangers.

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