TJ says he creates prank videos and posts them to YouTube with the goal of becoming famous for viral videos. He says he quit his job where he was earning $60,000 a year to pursue this dream but has yet to earn any money or gain fame.
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Dr. Phil wanted to find out if TJ’s prank videos are profit-worthy, so he asked well-known comedy producer Jay Miller to share his thoughts. See what he says in the video above.
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And, Dr. Phil and Mike Bayer, life coach and author of the New York Times bestseller Best Self: Be You, Only Better, offer advice to TJ and his parents, who are supporting him.
This episode airs Wednesday. Check here to see where you can watch.