Jimmy Kimmel explored the curious world of ASMR videos – with the help of kids.
This week, his late night show on ABC featured a 5 minute segment of him talking to kids about ASMR. The kids explained ASMR and they watched ASMR videos together.
I thought the kids did a great job of explaining ASMR, with enjoyable moments of amusement between the host and the kids.
I’ve added Jimmy Kimmel to my growing list below of almost 50 actors, musicians, and other well know individuals who have discussed ASMR or attempted to create ASMR triggers.
Scroll down the list below and tap on Jimmy Kimmel’s name to watch his funny ASMR round table with the kids, and tap any of the other famous names to see how they are exploring ASMR.
Jake Gyllenhaal (actor in Brokeback Mountain, Donnie Darko, Nightcrawler) does a short interview with W Magazine which includes ASMR triggers.
He whispers about his day, plays with an old style camera, and twists bubble wrap. He also bangs a chisel into wood with a rubber mallet, which may not be so ASMR-inducing for many individuals.
On the YouTube channel, Miu Miu, several actors join forces to create individual and collaborative ASMR videos. The clips are less than a minute long and mostly involve whispering or quiet talking.
The Miu Miu team includes Sadie Sink (Stranger Things 2, Annie), Dakota Fanning (I am Sam, War of the Worlds, Charlotte’s Web), Elle Fanning (We Bought a Zoo, Maleficent), Julia Garner (Ozark, The Americans, We Are What We Are), and Chloë Sevigny (American Psycho, Big Love, American Horror Story).
Click the links below to view their ASMR videos:
What do Eva Longoria (from the TV show Desperate Housewives), Cara Delevingne (from the movie Suicide Squad), and Juno Temple (from the TV show Vinyl) all have in common?
Each of these actors has recently created an ASMR video for W Magazine which is available for viewing on YouTube.