Fox attends a charter school for a few hours two days a week and is primarily educated at home. Kirby, his dog, even has his own Instagram account!
He enjoys spending time with his family and friends in San Diego when he is not working, and his favorite place to visit is Barcelona, Spain. There were rumors that he once dated his high school friend, Anna, but nothing was ever confirmed. Taylor, the YouTube star's new girlfriend, was confirmed in April 2017 after much speculation. She is, however, not new — the couple has been dating for months. He went on to say that she's
Tanner Fox is currently one of the most well-known names in the sport of freestyle scooter riding, with millions of YouTube followers. He enjoys sharing and uploading videos of himself doing random things every day, as well as uploading videos with his best friend, Jake Angeles when they skateboard together. He started skateboarding when he was two years old.
In September 2011, he launched his channel MT films (now self-titled), and posted his first videos. He is a YouTube phenomenon, and his channel is the fastest-growing channel on YouTube as of August 6, 2016. Fox's channel includes not only stunt videos, but also vlogs, challenge videos, and pranks, making it a very diverse channel that keeps viewers coming back for more. Inspired by the famous rider Dylan Morrison, he performs a variety of thrilling stunts on his scooter. His skateboarding and scooter rides are the focus of the majority of his videos, with flairs being his favorite scooter trick.
Fox and his channel have attracted many big names, including Lucky Scooters, Root Industries, and the Grind Shop, who have all backed Fox on his way to success. He also gives them demo rides from time to time. His most famous video to date is 'BMX vs SCOOTER,' which he co-wrote with Harry Main. He has also worked with Roman Atwood and had the opportunity to drive his GTR car. Other celebrities with whom he has collaborated include Justin Stuart, Casey Neistat, and Carson Lueders, in addition to Jake Angeles, Roman Atwood, and Harry Main. Tanner Fox's self-titled YouTube channel, where he has demonstrated his craft, has 10 million subscribers.