|Beetlejuice Quick Info|
|Height||4 ft 3 in|
|Date of Birth||June 2, 1968|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Beetlejuice is an American entertainer and actor who rose to fame after appearing on The Howard Stern Show in 1999, becoming a member of Stern’s Wack Pack.
Brown Mills, New Jersey, United States
Georgia, United States
- Father – Christopher Palid
- Mother – Laura Green
Beetlejuice was managed by Sean Rooney until his death in 2009 and later began being represented by Bobby Rooney.
4 ft 3 in or 129.5 cm
41 kg or 90 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
He has African-American ancestry.
Sports a thin mustache
- He was raised in the Marion Section of Jersey City.
- Beetlejuice was diagnosed with dwarfism and microcephaly at birth. This also led to him developing an intellectual disability.
- In 2015, he was named the best Wack Packer of all time.
- His film credits include Bubble Boy (2001) and Scary Movie 2 (2001).
- Actor Jerry O’Connell revealed on October 2, 2007, during a broadcast on The Howard Stern Show that he and Beetlejuice had known each other as O’Connell’s mother was a special education teacher of Green’s at PS 31 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Further, he stated that Beetlejuice was a good student which led to him even working as an “assistant” for O’Connell’s mother.
- Beetlejuice joined the YouTube community with his self-titled channel on November 9, 2019. Some of the most-watched videos on his channel as of May 2023 were Beetlejuice’s Sister & Mom, Beetlejuice Speaks Spanish (Howard Stern Show) Part 1, and Beetlejuice Gets New Teeth (Howard Stern Show) Part 1.
- He was spotted while at a neighborhood bar by Sean Rooney and further joined Rooney’s dwarf tossing company. It was there that he got his nickname “Beetlejuice” due to his resemblance to the titular character in the film which was released in 1998.
- Beetlejuice made his television debut appearance on The Howard Stern Show on July 14, 1999.
- He made his debut theatrical film appearance in the cult comedy film Bubble Boy as the fictional character Lil’ Zip.
- In February 2021, he came out with a remixed version of his 2015 song Beetle in the House, featuring the likes of artists Snoop Dogg, Sean Paul, and Big Freedia.
Featured Image By Beetlejuice / Instagram