Top 10 Richest YouTubers In The World
Many people don’t understand that uploading videos to YouTube can be a legitimate way to generate impressive amounts of income. There are many people out there rolling in the cash from their YouTube channels. Without further ado, here are the Top 10 Richest YouTubers In The World.
10. Hank Green: $2 Million
This 36-year-old from Montana is credited with starting the California-based YouTubers convention – VidCon along with his brother, well-known author John Green. His salary of $2 million comes from his extensive list of popular channels, including Vlogbrothers, SciShow, Crash Course and many others. Mr Green’s biggest strength is that he makes a wide variety of content ranging from educational videos used in classrooms across America, to entertaining video game playthroughs. He is also the inventor of 2-D glasses, which allow you to watch 3-D movies in 2-D… should the need arise
8: (Tied) Lily Singh: $2.5 Million
This 27-year-old Canadian-Indian YouTuber has an electric personality that draws viewers in - it’s impossible to be in a bad mood while watching her videos. This is kind of ironic, as she originally started making YouTube videos in October 2010 as a way to combat her depression. Now, with over 8.5 million subscribers, her funny and insightful videos have raked in over a billion views. It’s no wonder she has a net worth of $2.5 Million. She makes her millions not only from her stories, but also as a motivational speaker, rapper, and despite her fame and fortune, she remains as down-to-earth and relatable as ever.
8. (Tied) Rosanna Pansino: $2.5 Million
This engaging 31-year-old ties with Lilly Singh at a net worth of $2.5 million. After being encouraged by several of her popular YouTube personality friends, Pansino decided to get in on the gig herself. And who can blame her? She has baked her way to her significant salary, doing what she loves. Her channel, Nerdy Nummies, features the star showing others how to make their own nerd themed cupcake goodies. Her channel boasts 6.1 million subscribers, and her videos get over 75 million views a month. She released her cookbook late last year, “The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook: Sweet Treats for the Geek in all of Us.”
7. Jenna Marbles: $2.9 Million
With over 15 million subscribers, and over 2 billion total views on her videos, it’s no wonder that Jenna Marbles has joined the YouTube Millionaires club. She is a perfect example of the YouTube rags to riches story. As recently as 2010, she lived in a small apartment that she paid for by go-go dancing, and working other odd jobs. Now she makes millions, and has a personal assistant and a business manager. Her sarcastic style of comedy is received particularly well by young adults around the world.
6. Roman Atwood: $4.5 Million
Famous for making videos of himself performing cruel pranks, the majority of viewers either love or hate him. Atwood has over 8 million subscribers, starting from his humble beginnings working at his family’s rope factory, and he has been acting in and producing videos since high school. He created his channel Sketch Empire in 2010. Atwood has caused much controversy with his prank videos, and has even been arrested while filming them. Some would claim that’s dedication to his work – others would claim it’s simple stupidity. Either way, there’s no doubt that millions of people enjoy watching his antics.
5. Grace Helbig: $5 Million
Helbig is an American comedian who shot to stardom through her YouTube Channel it’sGrace. She is also the creator and host of the podcast “Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig”. She has amassed a wealth of about $5 Million. She also authored a number of funny handbooks for Millenials.
4. Markiplier: $5.1 Million
This bubbly Hawaiian 26-year-old has over 12 million subscribers, and billions of total views on his Let’s Play channel. He started in 2012, and now banks $5.1 million by making daily videos of himself playing video games. So, living the dream essentially. He distinguishes himself with his signature voice, and his charity work. He regularly live streams for charity, playing video games while raising incredible amounts of money from viewer donations. He was also featured in Disney’s Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything.
3. Smosh: $11.8 Million
2. Pewdiepie: $18 Million
1. Michelle Phan: $50 million
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