Taras Kulakov

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Taras Kulakov is a Russian YouTuber famous for his ‘life hacks’ science experiments

Mar 11, 1987

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Personal Details

  • Birthday: March 11, 1987
  • Nationality: Russian
  • Famous: Youtubers, YouTubers, Vloggers
  • Siblings: Dima Kulakov
  • Known as: CrazyRussianHacker
  • Birth Place: UkSSR (now territory of Ukraine)
  • Height: 201cm

Taras Kulakov born at

UkSSR (now territory of Ukraine)

Birth Place

Taras Kulakov was born on March 11, 1987 in UkSSR (now territory of Ukraine). He is known to have a brother (Dima Kulakov) as well as a sister. In the year 2009, he along with his family moved to Asheville, North Carolina. There, Kulakov worked at Walmart till 2012 while creating his early YouTube channels. The YouTube star has been a swimmer since 1996 and had even joined the Ukrainian Swimming Olympic team. Besides this, no other personal information on him is available on the web.

Personal Life

Taras Kulakov created his first channel by the name ‘origami768’ in 2009. He started posting origami tutorial videos on it. Soon after, he renamed his channel to ‘Taras Kul’. This channel became quite popular and today it has more than 2.7 million subscribers. Some of the popular videos on the channel are: ‘Origami Star’, ‘How to make origami Paper Airplane’, ‘Money origami shirt with a tie’, ‘How to make a paper cube’, ‘Origami swan’, ‘Flow Rings’ and ‘3 Satisfying Science Toys’, to name a few.


Kulakov made a second attempt for YouTube fame through his channel ‘SlomoLaboratory’ later changed to ‘Slow Mo Lab’. However, his popularity skyrocketed with his third channel ‘CrazyRussianHacker’ that was created on May 18, 2012. On this channel, the YouTuber posts hacks, science experiments, DIY and testing videos, and demonstrations. Some of the most popular videos on this channel are ‘6 Multi Tool Lighter Gadgets put to the Test’, ‘10 Kitchen Gadgets put to the Test’, ‘DIY Rocket Stove Out of Cans’, ‘Russian Cosmonaut Food Taste Test’, ‘8 Microwave Experiments – Compilation’ and ‘DIY Giant Bubbles’. Note that till date, Kulakov has shared over 1000 videos on this channel and continues to maintain it along with ‘Taras Kul’ and ‘Slow Mo Lab’.