We all remember Apple's famous '90s promotional video that went viral a few years ago. Well, it has now been revealed what the thumbs up kid is doing now and no one can believe it...

As we all know, Apple is the biggest tech company in the world...

It was founded on April 1, 1976, by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne.

It quickly grew into a multi-billion dollar business...

And today there isn't a person on the planet who doesn't own or know of someone who owns an apple product.

But it all started from humble beginnings...

It is widely believed that the company was founded in Steve Jobs' parent's garage. Although, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak called it "a bit of a myth."

And just like any start-up business, it required a lot of adverting to get their products out there...

A promotional video from the '90s went viral again a few years ago, and there's one kid that stole the show.

Everyone is shocked at what the Thumbs Up Kid is doing now...

And most importantly, where he's working.

Brent Rambo was the star of a promotional video for Apple computers in the early ‘90s...

Despite only being in the video for a brief scene.

He’s a kid typing away on his Mac computer...

Writing to then Apple CEO John Sculley about how much he loves the desktop.

In 2013, a gif of his thumbs-up moment went viral, quickly being turned into a meme.

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It's now a popular GIF found on GIPHY, which Facebook acquired earlier this year for around $400 million.

Mr. Rambo has once again hit the headlines over his job role.

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Instagram engineer Benny Wong shared his discovery online, and people were amazed by the news...

Facebook employees and those working in the tech bubble quickly confirmed the revelation.

That's right, Rambo works at Facebook. His own LinkedIn page also confirms it...

Since January, he has been Facebook's Director of Network Engineering and Infrastructure. How amazing is that! Keep scrolling for more weird and wonderful content...