Last Updated: June 8, 2024
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Net Worth:
$8 Million
Jan, 1988 (36 years old)
6 ft (1.83 m)
Record producer
United States of America
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Chris Pfaff is an American clothing designer, music producer, and reality television star who has a net worth of $8 million. Chris Pfaff is probably most famous for appearing on a series of MTV television shows. Pfaff is one of those people who has long been on the cusp of being famous. The cousin of skateboarding legend Rob Dyrdek, Chris was just a regular high school graduate with big dreams living in Ohio in 2005. Then he moved to California to work for his cousin, and suddenly, the world became his oyster. As Rob's personal assistant, he became a household name, appearing on a string of reality television programs that chronicled his cousin/employer. Between 2006 and 2009, he co-starred in three different shows, "Rob & Big," "Nitro Circus," and "Fantasy Factory." Initially, he functioned primarily as Rob Dyrdek's lackey, doing just about anything his cousin told him to do without question. However, by the time he was appearing on "Fantasy Factory," his role as personal assistant had given way to that of a young entrepreneur, and he was no longer in his cousin's shadow. Pfaff is now the owner of his own clothing line, Young & Reckless, which is available online and in various streetwear-focused stores. He has also launched a moderately successful music career as a DJ and producer and has worked with The Game, Chris Brown, and Snoop Dogg, to name just a few artists. He also runs the primary music studio at the Fantasy Factory, a multi-use facility owned by his cousin.

Early Life

Christopher Pfaff was born on January 28, 1988, in Akron, Ohio, in the Portage Lake area. He is the cousin of pro skateboarder Rob Dyrdek and the brother of Scott Pfaff, also known as "Big Cat," a skate technician. Chris graduated from Coventry High School in 2005.

Rob Dyrdek Relationship

Pfaff's professional relationship with Rob Dyrdek first began in 2005, when Chris moved from his hometown of Akron, Ohio, to Los Angeles, California, to be Dyrdek's personal assistant. He also wanted to potentially pursue his own career as a professional skateboarder and sign with Ice Cream Shoes. However, he changed his mind after fracturing his skull and suffering a brain hemorrhage after enduring a fall from his skateboard, leaving him in a coma for four days. He did not suffer any long-term effects from the injury but felt like it was a sign that he should move away from skateboarding.

Working as Dyrdek's personal assistant also gained Chris a spot on the reality series "Rob & Big," on which Pfaff often served as the butt of pranks and practical jokes. Chris was portrayed on the show as Rob's quiet and shy cousin from Ohio. He appeared on "Rob & Big" from 2006 to 2008 and on the series "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory" from 2009 to 2015.

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Other Ventures

Chris has slowly succeeded in escaping the image of the fool that was cultivated on "Rob & Big" and is now seen as a respectable music producer. He has produced for such artists as Yelawolf, Kelly Rowland, and Lil Twist. However, he once said in an interview that producing is more of a hobby for him.

Pfaff is also the owner and founder of the clothing brand Young and Reckless, which has its fair share of famous fans. He launched the brand when he was just 22 years old with no experience in fashion, marketing, or branding. He hired a friend who worked in graphic design to sketch and design the original logo. Young and Reckless had grown into a nationwide brand by 2015 and was sold in over 3,000 Macy's, Dillard's, and PacSun stores. Big names like Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, Zac Efron, Kevin Durant, Vinny Guadagnino, Puff Daddy, and Lil Wayne have all been seen wearing Young and Reckless clothing. Chris "Drama" Pfaff has really made a name for himself in true rags-to-riches fashion.

Pfaff has also appeared on episodes of the TV series "Nitro Circus," "Punk'd," "TakePart Live," and "Ridiculousness." Chris also hosts a podcast called "Short Story Long Podcast," interviewing individuals who have overcome obstacles to achieve fame and make a name for themselves.

Personal Life

It was rumored that Chris was dating reality star Chanel West Coast in 2011. The pair met through Rob and became fast friends. Around this time, there were rumors that the two were engaged; however, they never actually confirmed they were in a relationship.

Chris has been dating social media star and creator of "We're Not Really Strangers" Koreen Odiney since 2019.

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