Ryan ToysReview is the mini multi-millionaire YouTube star who is known for reviewing various toys on his YouTube videos. He has also signed the multi-platform deal with Pocket.watch and provides reviews on toys.
His YouTube channel is one of the most financially successful channels which has garnered over 17 million subscribers.
Net Worth And Earnings Of Ryan ToysReview!
As per forbes.com, Ryan ToysReview is one of the YouTube highest paid stars who amassed a net worth of $22 million in 2018. His YouTube channel quickly climbed at the earned third spot in the Forbes list. Between 2016 and 2017, Ryan collected the amount of $11 million which made him secure an eighth place on the Forbes list. Most of Ryan's income is from his self-titled YouTube channel.
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Considering Ryan's tender age of eight, the mini multi-millionaire YouTube channel stats fall into the category of 'Garden of Eden.' According to Socialblade, Ryan generates the estimated amount between $139.1K - $2.2M monthly and $1.7M - $26.7M yearly from his self-titled YouTube channel.
His second YouTube channel Ryan's Family Review expected revenues range from $41.1K - $658.2K monthly and $493.6K - $7.9M yearly, reports the Socialblade. Without a doubt, this eight-year-old kid is one of the YouTube highest paid child stars to collect lucrative chunks of payrolls from his two YouTube channels in the year 2018.
Ryan's Rise Towards Stardom; His Love For Cars
The mini multi-millionaire Ryan, who is just at the age of eight, joined YouTube channel Ryan ToysReview on 16 March 2015. He mostly focuses on the toys and provides reviews. The toys that he reviews are later donated to local charity. In his first 15 minutes video published on 16 March 2015, Ryan plays with Lego trains and learns to count. His first video titled as Kid playing with toys Lego Duplo Number Train has amassed more than 45 million views. Since then, he has uploaded more than thousands of videos on his YouTube channel.
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Ryan ToysReview has secured more than 22 billion video views along with 14 million subscribers. He loves Cars, Disney toys, Disney Planes, trucks and has owned all the toys of Disney Pixar's Cars 3. He has also uploaded the video playing with Giant Size Lightning McQueen Car and Giant Lightning McQueen Jackson Storm Cruz. The seven-years-old kid loves playing with the toy cars and provides the reviews of those toys.
Ryan ToysReview's Family Life; Structural Engineer Father & Former Chemistry Teacher Mother!
Ryan ToysReview solely does not focus his videos on toys. He has also appeared on his YouTube videos with his father and mother. His parents often join him where they staged several food challenges and various vlogs.
Ryan's father also defines the YouTube channel is the way to share the glimpse of his son's life and their extended family members who reside outside of the land of America. Ryan's father, who is a structural engineer, also plays with various types of toys while appearing on his son's YouTube videos.
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Ryan's mother defines her son as an enthusiastic watcher of toy reviews and prefers Thomas The Tank Engine of the British cartoon television series, Thomas & Friends. She is a former high school chemistry teacher who left her job to work full-time on her son's channel.
Ryan ToysReview and his mother venture the taste of Japanese Snacks and Candy on 10 June 2018 (Photo: youtube.com)
Ryan also has an aunt in his family called Princess T. He has two twin sisters, Emma and Kate. The famous YouTuber likes to spend most of his time with his family. He is sharing an affectionate bond with his parents.
Ryan ToysReview was born on 6 October 2010 in Texas, the southern U.S. His YouTube video of a giant Lightning McQueen egg has more than 400 million views. His toys channel also booked the Guinness Book of World Records in 2018.
As per wiki, Ryan ToysReview was just at the age of three when he first opened his YouTube channel.