Ned Fulmer was an original member of The Try Guys, a group that attracted a large YouTube following by trying unusual antics. Now he has departed the group following revelations of infidelity.
Ned Fulmer started making The Try Guys videos with three of his coworkers during his time at BuzzFeed. The four men have since left the outlet and now make videos on their own YouTube channel.
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