David Dobrik Net Worth: How Much Wealthy Is He In 2023?

David Dobrik Net Worth
David Dobrik Net Worth

David Dobrik, a well-known internet personality, gained popularity on the now-defunct video-sharing platform Vine before launching his own YouTube channel in 2015. In 2019, he co-founded Dispo, a photography app. Dobrik currently has three active YouTube channels: Views, which he co-owns with Jason Nash and has 1.71 million subscribers; David Dobrik Too, which has 8.5 million subscribers; and his primary channel, David Dobrik, which boasts an impressive 18.3 million subscribers. Collectively, these channels have amassed nearly 8 billion views. This article will focus on David Dobrik’s net worth in 2023.

David Dobrik Early Life

Dobrik was born on July 23, 1996, in Koice, Slovakia; he and his family later relocated to Vernon Hills, Illinois. There are three more people in his family beside him. At Vernon Hills High School, where he was a tennis star, he graduated with honors.

Through his third-place finish in the state’s doubles competition, he earned a berth in the 2014 Boys Tennis State Tournament. Dobrik relocated to Los Angeles after finishing high school in order to pursue a professional acting career.

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In 2013, Dobrik made his debut on Vine, a no-longer operational app for sharing brief videos. His six-second recordings were well-received, and he gained a significant following of over a million on the platform. Dobrik often teamed up with other Vine influencers like Liza Koshy, Gabbie Hanna, and Jason Nash. He was also a member of Second Class, a YouTube collective that garnered more than 18,000 subscribers before the channel concluded in 2015.

Internet Success

Dobrik launched his own YouTube channel, “David Dobrik,” in 2015, After gaining popularity on Vine. The majority of the content on this channel consists of comedy vlogs featuring both real-life and semi-scripted scenarios, frequently featuring his former Vine collaborators. In August 2016, Dobrik created a secondary YouTube channel called “David Dobrik Too,” which focuses primarily on blooper reels, challenge videos, and direct sponsorships.

In December 2018, YouTube awarded Dobrik a Diamond Play Button for surpassing 10 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. That same year, PAPER magazine recognized him as one of the “10 Social Media Personalities Making the Most Noise.” As of December 2019, Dobrik’s vlog channel had over 15 million subscribers and 6.4 billion views, making it the fifth-most viewed creator channel on YouTube in 2019 with 2.4 billion views that year alone. One of Dobrik’s videos featuring a large-scale elephant’s toothpaste experiment was the Number 1 Top Viral Video on TikTok in December 2019, with 17.5 million likes and 180 million views.

Dobrik also hosts a podcast called “VIEWS” with fellow YouTuber and former Vine star Jason Nash. Dobrik later launched his third YouTube channel, “Views Podcast,” which features video podcasts of “VIEWS.” The Verge recognized Dobrik as one of the YouTubers who successfully integrated podcasts into their video content despite the platform’s heavy emphasis on video content.

David Dobrik, together with other famous personalities like Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid, was highlighted in a W Magazine article in July 2019 for his use of a separate Instagram account dedicated to film-based or disposable camera photos. He then launched his own mobile camera app, “David’s Disposable,” in January 2020, allowing users to take retro-style photos on their smartphones. The app is free but supported by advertisements and also offers an ad-free subscription for $1. Users can take pictures within the app, but they are only available the following day at 9 am, simulating the waiting time for photos from disposable cameras to be developed. As of February 2020, the app had more than a million downloads, proving Dobrik’s popularity and success.

Dobrik’s achievements and recognition include receiving the Choice Male Web Star award at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards and being listed in Variety magazine’s “Power of Young Hollywood” list in August 2019. He was also named the Sexiest Heartthrob of 2019 by People magazine. Furthermore, a survey conducted by Piper Jaffray & Co. revealed that teenagers consider Dobrik as the top influencer and personality to follow on social media.

Sponsors and Advertisers

The restaurant chain Chipotle collaborated with Dobrik in April 2019 to make his regular order the official National Burrito Day burrito, called the Dobrik Burrito. This partnership won Dobrik the Brand Engagement Award at the Streamys Brand Awards in September 2019. Dobrik also has a partnership with SeatGeek, which generates as much search interest, according to Google Trends data, as popular mainstream partnerships like Chrissy Teigen and Target.

In a November 2019 interview with Insider, Dobrik revealed that he used to make $275,000 per month in advertising revenue from his YouTube videos when he received only 16 million views a month. However, due to more stringent YouTube guidelines and attempts to promote family-friendly content, he now makes under $2,000 per video despite getting over 200 million views.

Other Ventures Beyond the Internet

In July 2019, Dobrik added another title to his resume as a judge on Nickelodeon’s musical competition show, “America’s Most Musical Family,” alongside Debbie Gibson and Ciara. He also appeared as a presenter at the 2019 American Music Awards and served as a guest judge in the ninth season of “Chopped Junior.” In addition to his hosting and judging duties, Dobrik has also ventured into acting, with appearances in the 2015 short film “An Interrogation,” and as the voice of Axel in “The Angry Birds Movie 2” (2019).

David Dobrik  Personal Life

Dobrik, who arrived in the United States as a child and is a non-US citizen, benefits from the DACA policy which protects him from deportation. He was previously in a relationship with internet personality Liza Koshy, from late 2015 until early 2018.

In one of his comedy vlogs, Dobrik legally wed his friend and collaborator Jason Nash’s mother, Lorraine Nash, on May 15, 2019. However, on June 12, 2019, he announced that they had decided to end their marriage, and he later confirmed on Instagram on November 22, of the same year that he had officially signed divorce papers.

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According to celebritynews.com David Dobrik net worth is around $20 million as of 2023. He gained fame through his popular but now-defunct Vine account and subsequent YouTube channels.

His annual earnings have lately reached $15 million, making him one of the most popular and highest-paid social media figures in the world.

David has over 45 million followers across all of his social media channels as of this writing. He shot to fame on YouTube first but has since found success on TikTok.

Assets and Expenditures

David Dobrik was reported to have bought a new residence in Sherman Oaks, California for $9.5 million by the real estate website dirt.com in August 2020. A video tour of the house is available.

Prior to his current residence, Dobrik resided in a house located in Studio City, which he acquired in 2017 for $2.5 million. In June 2021, he put this property on the market for $3.5 million.

Favourite Quotes from David Dobrik

“I was making like $1,500 or $2,000 a month and I was thinking, ‘I’m loaded! I can’t believe this.’ I would go to Jimmy Johns every day and sometimes get two #5 Vitos (sandwich meals) because I didn’t even care!” 

“I met Liza Koshy around that time and she was filming a vlog and I really liked that it was a small camera and you could just record your whole day. That was so cool! I filmed my first vlog and I think it worked because I wasn’t trying to make it work. I was just doing it for my own enjoyment.”

Never. That’s not going to get you there at all. I just made fun video with my friends. That’s the key.”

“You Tube is temporary. It’s like, ‘How long can one keep this up for?’ And that’s why I do interviews like this. Because maybe someone will watch this and get me a job as a manager at a movie theater one day.”

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