Rob Dyrdek Net Worth
Rob Dyrdek net worth: Rob Dyrdek is an MTV reality star, former professional skateboarder, actor, producer, and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $50 million. He is best known for his roles in the reality shows Rob & Big, Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory and Ridiculousness.
Early Life: Dyrdek was born in Kettering, Ohio on June 28, 1974. He was involved in sports growing up and started skateboarding when he was 11, after pro skateboarder Neil Blender gave him his first skateboard. Of his early interest in the sport, Dyrdek has stated, "I was so focused on becoming a pro skateboarder. I would sit in school and think about all the tricks I was going to do, then I'd get out of school and skate until they made me come inside." When he was 12, Dyrdek was sponsored by the same company that Blender was a team member of and began his skateboarding career. A few years later, Dyrdek and Blender quit their board sponsor and created Alien Workshop. He left his home at the age of 16 to move to Southern California to become a professional skateboarder.
Career: Soon after moving to California, Dyrdek began to ride for Droors Clothing, a company that was later renamed DC Shoes. Dyrdek was sponsored by DC Shoes until 2016.Dyrdek has been sponsored by Silver Trucks, EA Skate, and Monster Energy.
Dyrdek is the founder of the Street League Skateboarding skateboard competition enterprise and the series has grown into an international event. The league paid out the highest overall purse in the history of the sport, at $1.6 million for its championship event broadcast on ESPN in 198 countries. The league also partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of America to develop new skate parks in California. The organization was also the focus of Dyrdek's documentary film The Motivation, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Rob Dyrdek has starred in two MTV reality shows "Rob & Big" and "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory." Rob & Big ran for three seasons and produced over thirty episodes between November 2006 and April 2008. Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory premiered in February 2009 and has so far had aired over seventy episodes over seven seasons. Dyrdek starred in the series with his best friend and bodyguard Christopher "Big Black" Boykin, and his cousin, Chris "Drama" Pfaff. During his career, Dyrdek has broken an astonishing 21 individual Guinness World skateboarding records.
Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory takes place in a converted warehouse known as the Fantasy Factory. The Fantasy Factory features a large indoor skate plaza, a foam pit, Dyrdek's personal office, a "bat cave" parking garage, and basketball hoops in various places throughout the complex. Dyrdek opened his first SafeSpot SkateSpot during the course of the first season. Dyrdek made a movie entitled Street Dreams in 2009 and was also featured in the video games Skate and Skate 2.
In 2011, Dyrdek appeared in Jackass 3.5, in a scene with Johnny Knoxville. Later that year, on August 29, 2011, Dyrdek started another show with the MTV network, called Ridiculousness, where he comments on internet videos that are mainly mishaps. Dyrdek hosted this show alongside two friends, Chanel West Coast and Sterling Brim. In 2012, Dyrdek was on the TV show Punk'd—Justin Bieber tried to prank Dyrdek and failed. Dyrdek was also featured in the 2012 documentary, Waiting for Lightning, about his friend and fellow skater Danny Way.
Through his production company Superjacket Productions he has produced Ridiculousness; as well as the CMT series The Dude Perfect Show, about the YouTube comedy troupe; Crashletes, and Jagger Eaton's Mega Life on Nickelodeon; and Snack-Off. In 2017, Dyrdek produced and served as a judge for the talent show series Amazingness.
Personal Life: Rob proposed to his girlfriend, Playboy Playmate Bryiana Noelle Flores in April 2015 at Disneyland. They have two children.
Dyrdek has one sister. Dyrdek became an ordained minister through the Universal Life Church in order to perform his sister's wedding in December 2011. The ceremony, which was featured in an episode of Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, took place at the Fantasy Factory in Los Angeles.
In an episode of Fantasy Factory, Dyrdek jockeyed a racehorse for his friend Joe Ciaglia Jr. This led to his own run as a racehorse owner. He owned as many as 13 horses at a time during his career. His horses have raced in stakes including the Breeder's Cup.
He has two bulldogs named Meaty and Beefy, as well as a Pomeranian dog named Gretchen Weiner.
Salary Highlights: Rob Dyrdek made $60,000 per episode for Rob and Big. He made $100,000 per episode for Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory.
Real Estate: In 2018, Rob Dyrdek and his wife bought a mansion in the 90210 zip code of Beverly Hills. The home, located in the exclusive Mulholland Estates neighborhood, has four-bedrooms in its nearly 7,000 square feet. His neighbors in Mulholland Estates include Kendall Jenner, Christina Aguilera, Vanna White, Paris Hilton, Big Sean, DJ Khaled, Mike Shinoda, Tracey Edmonds, and Charlie Sheen, to name just a handful.
In 2016, Dyrdek sold his four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,733 square foot house in the Laurel Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles between Laurel Canyon and Coldwater Canyon for $3.5 million.
In 2015, Dyrdek spent $9.9 million on a vacant 3.1-acre lot that's just down the road from his $6 million mansions. That lot is the largest property in the entire community and was once owned by Robbie Williams, who apparently planned to custom-build his own megamansion but later changed his mind.
In March 2013, after nearly five long years on and off the market at increasingly lower prices, he took a $220,000 loss on a mid-1960s multi-level modern in the Hollywood Knolls neighborhood near Lake Hollywood that he bought in 2005 for $1.395 million and sold for $1.175 million.
In May 2008 Dyrdek spent $2.549 million for a home in the Mount Olympus neighborhood above Laurel Canyon that was sold in November 2012 for $2.125 million, a $334,000 loss.
|Net Worth:||$50 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Jun 28, 1974 (45 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Profession:||Skateboarder, Television producer, Screenwriter, Actor, Entrepreneur|
|Nationality:||United States of America|