After graduating from high school in Illinois, David relocated to Los Angeles in 2014 to begin his career as a YouTuber and performer.
|Full Name||David Julian Dobrik|
|Profession||YouTuber, Vlogger, Podcaster|
|Sources of Income||Profession|
|Biggest Assets||Mansion In Sherman Oaks, California|
|Residence||Sherman Oaks, California|
|Date of Birth||23 July 1996|
|Age||26 Years Old|
|Spouse||Lorraine Nash (m. 2019–2019)|
David Dobrik, known for his roles as an actor, entrepreneur, and YouTuber, was born in Slovakia but now resides in the United States. His successful but now-defunct Vine account and the following YouTube channels he created are primarily responsible for his rise to fame. David Dobrik net worth estimates place it at between $20-30 million.
His annual profits recently topped $15 million, establishing him as one of the most well-known and well-paid people in the world of social media. As this article was written, David had gathered more than 45 million followers across all his platforms combined. In the beginning, he became famous on YouTube; however, he has since achieved more popularity on TikTok.
Dobrik posted his first essay on Vine, a platform for sharing short videos online, in 2013. Because of the popularity of his six-second clips, he amassed a large following on the app, a million subscribers. In addition to Liza Koshy, Gabbie Hanna, and Jason Nash, he often collaborated with other Vine celebrities.
When the Second Class YouTube channel shut down in 2015, he was a member of the group with over 18,000 subscribers. After finding popularity on Vine, Dobrik decided to launch his YouTube channel in 2015. His films include many former Vine collaborators and are humorous vlogs based on real-life incidents and loose scripts.
David Dobrik’s second channel, “David Dobrik Too,” premiered on YouTube in August 2016. The majority of the programming on this auxiliary channel consists of blooper reels, challenges, and endorsed videos. In December of 2018, he received YouTube’s Diamond Play Button for having over 10 million subscribers to his channel.
The same year, PAPER magazine named him one of the “10 Social Media Personalities Making the Most Noise.” As of the end of 2018, Dobrik’s vlog on YouTube has over 15 million subscribers and 6.4 billion views. It was the fifth-most-viewed creator channel on YouTube, with 2.4 billion views in just one year.
One of Dobrik’s movies included an elephant toothpaste experiment on a massive scale and was named the most popular video on TikTok in December 2019. One hundred eighty million people have viewed it, and 17.5 million have liked it. W magazine featured Dobrik in a July 2019 story that discussed the growing habit of maintaining a second Instagram account just for sharing photos taken with film or disposable cameras.
Diana Silvers, Gigi Hadid, and Joe Jonas were some of the other famous people named in the story. In January 2020, Dobrik published “David’s Disposable,” his smartphone camera app. Users may now snap photos in a throwback manner on their own devices. Although the app is free to download and use thanks to sponsorship from commercials, users can subscribe for a one-dollar fee to exclude all advertisements.
The app’s immediate photo-taking functionality is meant to evoke the experience of using a disposable camera. Still, users won’t be able to see their shots until 9 a.m. the following day. It’s also possible to buy picture prints inside the app itself. As of February 2020, the app has been downloaded one million times.
Dobrik is immune from deportation even though he is not a citizen of the United States but entered the country when he was a child. He dated fellow internet sensation Liza Koshy from the latter half of 2015 till the early months of 2018. Dobrik officially married Lorraine Nash, Jason Nash’s mother, on May 15, 2019, to use the event in one of his comedy vlogs.
On June 12, 2019, they first told anybody that they were getting a divorce, and he later revealed on Instagram (on November 22) that he had filed for divorce.
In August 2020, which specializes in real estate, they reported that David had spent an unfathomable $9.5 million for a home in Sherman Oaks, California.
According to the estimates David Dobrik net worth is between $20-30 million. In April 2019, Chipotle collaborated with Dobrik to celebrate National Tortilla Day by naming their signature tortilla after him. This burrito is now known as the Dobrik Burrito. As a result of their work together on this project, Dobrik was recognized as having excellent brand engagement by the judges of the 2019 Streamys Brand Awards.
According to the data provided by Google Trends, the relationship between Dobrik and SeatGeek has garnered the same amount of interest in people’s searches as “mainstream” partnerships such as the one between Chrissy Teigen and Target. David Dobrik revealed that he could make $275,000 per month from advertising money on YouTube.
When he only achieved 16 million views per month in an interview with Insider published in November 2019. His revenues per video decreased to about $2,000 recently when YouTube introduced more rigid rules and sought to promote more family-friendly content (commonly referred to as the “Adpocalypse”). Despite having over 200 million views, this caused his earnings to decline significantly.
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