Razor grew up in sub-Saharan Africa. He has four sisters. He did well in school and was on track to become the leader of his pride.
One day, he was gently ram shacking a villager’s house — looking for chocolate — when he saw Geoff Eaton on TV, talking about Shave for the Brave. He decided then and there that he wanted to high five every single Shaver, so he made the long and harrowing journey to St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Razor landed in St. John’s in February 2015, walked into the YACC office, and offered to represent the Shave for the Brave. Once Geoff Eaton crawled out from under his desk, he realized Razor was a kind lion so he ordered him a Shave shirt. The rest is history.
Team member since 2015
What’s your favourite sports team?
The Detroit Lions
Favourite place in the world?
What do you do when you’re not at YACC?
Wash my mane, practice my dance moves, and work on perfecting my high fives.
What are your words of wisdom/favourite quote?
“Being brave doesn’t mean you go looking for trouble.” – Mufasa
What attracted you to YACC?
How awesome they are. I was literally born to work there.
What are people always surprised to learn about you?
I’m a vegetarian.
What were you like as a kid?
What’s your hidden talent?
What was your favourite experience at YACC?
Every School Shave is so special to me. I love high fiving the awesome kids who shave their heads and cut their hair, but I think my favourite moment was at the 2015 St. John’s Community Shave when I finally got my name. I love being Razor.