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PJ Liguori (born 11 December 1990) is a British-Italian YouTuber and film producer. He is best known for his YouTube channel KickThePj. Liguori specialises in many different artistic areas including screenplay, directing, songwriting, creating props, acting, producing, editing, sound, art, crafts, writing, and costume. His most notable works include the comedy fantasy web series Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures, 'Colour Bandits' and 'The Forever Train'.

Liguori was born in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire to Italian parents.[1] He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Digital Film and Screen Arts from the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham, Surrey in 2013.[2] Liguori became a British citizen in March 2015.[3]

Liguori uploaded his first video in early 2007 at age 16.

On 7 October 2011, Liguori released an album titled Stories from Somewhere.[4][third-party source needed] The album is a collection of short stories told in song.

In November 2012, Liguori won a Virgin Media Award for his short film PJ, Tiny Planet Explorer.[5] Liguori has also been awarded for Best Director for his film series Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures in the 2016 Streamy Awards.[6] In October 2016, Ligouri was nominated for the British Online Creator Awards (BONCAs) as the British Creator of the Year.[7] Liguori was also nominated for the BONCAs Series of the Year for his film series Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures but lost to Adrian Bliss.[7]

Liguori has appeared in two episodes of Benjamin Cook's twelve part web series Becoming YouTube,[8][9] and was interviewed on the various topics Cook covered.[third-party source needed]

In 2018, Liguori staged two 'work in progress' live shows in his hometown of Brighton, revealing later that they were test shows for a planned live tour of the UK.[10] In September and early October of that year, Liguori travelled to twelve separate cities with his show 'Space Trip', a live storytelling event based around the fictional planet Kazam and its dangerous inhabitants. The show featured three guest stars: Dean Dobbs, Bertie Gilbert, and Chris Kendall, all of whom have collaborated with Liguori in the past.[11]

Liguori directed the 2019 music video for Dodie Clark's single, 'Monster'.[12]

In late 2014, Liguori partnered with New Form Digital to create a 10 minute short film pilot entitled Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures. The film follows a young man named Oliver who goes to visit his uncle's hotel, which turns out to host unusual guests: monsters. A particular monster suddenly wreaks havoc in the hotel, and Oliver – amongst newfound friends – conquer the beast. Liguori announced in April 2015 that Oscar's Hotel would be funded and picked up as a six-episode web series by Vimeo, entitled Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures. The series was produced by New Form Digital and The Jim Henson Company. The first episode of the web series aired on Vimeo on 15 September 2015, and one episode aired per week over the course of six weeks.[13]

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