Andrew B. Bachelor -- aka King Bach -- is known for being the most-followed person on Vine, with more than 15 million fans on the site. Born on June 26, 1988, the Toronto native later moved to Florida as a child. His parents are accountants, and he too followed a business career path -- at first. He graduated from Florida State University with a degree in business management but changed trajectories and enrolled in a graduate program at the New York Film Academy before moving to California in hopes of sparking a career in acting and filmmaking. He produced, directed and performed in "Agent Steele," his own short film, which was featured on "Dateline" in 2011. He's also had recurring roles on TV series including "House of Lies," "The Mindy Project" and MTV's "Wild 'N Out with Nick Cannon." In March 2016, he appeared in rapper Rich Homie Quan's music video for "The Most" opposite Keke Palmer. On his YouTube channel, King Bach created a sketch comedy series called "BachelorsPadTV," which has nearly a million subscribers. Guest stars on the channel include Lamorne Morris from "New Girl," Tamala Jones from "Castle," Robert Ri'chard from "Coach Carter" and Neil Brown Jr. from "The Walking Dead." Don't be surprised if you see King Bach hanging out Justin Bieber too: Yep, they're friends.