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Logan Paul Net Worth, How Much Is Logan Paul Worth

From being a professional boxer and a YouTuber, to being an actor and a television personality, Logan Paul has the most diverse skills. In 2018, he came with his podcast, named “Impaulsive”, which got him a lot of views and as many as 2.7 million followers, making him one of the most followed YouTubers. Logan became popular in 2013, with an application known as “Vine”. He would post his sketches on this video-sharing application. He turned to youtube after the vines app was brought down by the government. The same year, he created his channel on YouTube by the name, “TheOfficialLoganPaul”. Another channel that he created in 2015, became so popular that it ranked first amongst the list of the most subscribed channels on YouTube.

Personal Details:

Full Name:Logan Alexander Paul
Stage Name:Logan Paul
Gender:Male
Birthday:April 1, 1995
Place Of Origin:Westlake, Ohio, U.S
Age:26 years
Height:6 ft. 2 inches
Weight:180 pound
Nationality:American
Sexual orientation: Straight
Profession: Youtuber, boxer, actor, television personality
Total Net Worth:$19 Million

How much Logan Paul net worth

Early life:

Born on April 1, 1995, in Westlake, Ohio, U.S. Logan Paul is the eldest son of his parents. He has a younger brother named Jake Paul who is also a YouTuber by profession. Logan was merely 10 years of age when he created his first-ever YouTube channel by the name “Zoosh”. He started posting some funny videos on the channel. 

He went to the Westlake High School and in 2012, he was anointed as the All-Star linebacker for the school’s football team. At school, he even participated in wrestling and became a wrestling champion during his high school days. After completing his schooling, he went to the Ohio University, to pursue engineering. At the beginning of 2013, he had 900 followers on YouTube and other sites but by 2014, his followers multiplied to 1.5 million.

In 2014, he took the most life-changing decision and dropped out of Ohio University. He moved to Los Angeles to pursue YouTube full time and conquer his share of fame.

Personal life:

After moving to Los Angeles, Logan Paul lived with Amanda Cerny, Juanpa Zurita, Andrew Bachelor, Mark Dohner, and Evan Eckenrode in the same complex in 2015. Living together, they developed a better understanding of each other’s art and collaborated over several videos. In October 2017, Logan Paul moved to Encino, California with Eckenrode.

In Paul’s podcast “Impaulsive”, he interviewed Carl Lentz, the pastor of Hillsong Church NYC, and discussed religion with him. Talking about his faith, Paul shared that he wasn’t overly religious and that he believes we have a creator but he isn’t sure if there is a role of creator in our lives. Paul also made some incorrect comments on the podcast like ‘Jews believe in Jesus and was corrected by Carl. 

Recently in 2021, Paul shared that he shall soon be moving to Dorado, Puerto Rico. The reason given by him for this decision was that the taxes in Los Angeles were quite high. Paul once announced that he was red-green colorblind and could not see the two colors. In one of his episodes, he wore color corrective glasses and recorded his reaction. Several celebrities like Ethan Klein and iDubbbz called him out and criticized him for exaggerating his reaction. In another interaction, Paul shared that he suffers from brain damage because he played football during his school days. He even said that due to this damage his ability to empathize with others and form connections with them is affected.

Career:

In 2016, Logan Paul featured in the movie, “The Thinning” and essayed the role of ‘Blake Redding’. In 2017 he featured in “Can’t Take It Back” and essayed the role of ‘Clint Plotkin’. In 2018, he featured in “The Thinning: New World Order” and essayed the role of ‘Blake Redding’. In 2019, he featured in “Airplane Mode” and played himself. In 2020, Logan played the character of Mickey in “Valley girl”. 

He also featured in several Television shows like “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and played the role of Ryan. In 2016 he featured in “Stitchers” and “Bizaardvark” and played the role of Theo Engelsen and Kirk respectively. In 2021, he featured in WWE SmackDown, The Masked Singer, and WrestleMania 37, in which he played himself, Grandpa monster, and himself, respectively.

Logan Paul has also been contributing to music lately. In 2016, he released a single by the name “2016”. In 2017, he came up with singles like “Help Me Help You”, “Outta My Hair”, “No Handlebars” and “Santa Diss Track”. In 2018, he released a single by the name “The Number Song” and in 2020, he released a single named “Going Broke”.

Appearance:

Logan Paul is a 26 years old man with a height of 6 feet 2 inches. He weighs between 180 to 190 pounds. He has a tall stature and a muscular physique. He has dark brown eyes and black hair. His skin tone is fair. He has English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Jewish ancestry.

Logan Paul Net worth:

Logan Paul is a professional wrestler and a successful Youtuber. He has featured in several films, web shows, and television shows, which has earned him a net worth of $19 Million. His YouTube channel on which he posts videos and his podcast “Impaulsive” are a major source of his income.

EndNote:

Logan Paul is one of the youngest influencers on the internet and is a role model for several youngsters. Talking about YouTube and how it has helped creators by serving as a platform and endorsing them, he asserted, “YouTube does a better job of monetizing for the creators. Like, that is the home for me as a creator where, not only can my content be seen, consumed, digested, but also they pay.”

In one of his interactions, he talked about being an entertainer and most aspects of it. He said, “So how do you make it as a mainstream entertainer? Who knows? But I think you have to be uncomfortable, right? You have to make yourself uncomfortable. All success stories depend on that. That’s why I might start sleeping on hardwood floors and taking cold showers.”

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