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Rob Dyrdek Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
American actor, television producer, skateboarder, reality television star, as well as an entrepreneur, Rob Dyrdek was born on 28 June 1974, in Kettering, Ohio, and is perhaps best known as the main star of the reality television series called “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory”. The show, which first aired on screens in 2009, primarily focuses on Dyrdek and his struggle to manage his professional career and leisure time – sound familiar? Aside from Dyrdek, the show also featured guest appearances from Johnny Knoxville, Ludacris, Chris Pontius, Ryan Sheckler among many others, during its airing over six seasons and 64 episodes.
A well-known skateboarder and a reality TV star, just how rich is Rob Dyrdek as of mid-2017? According to authoritative sources, Dyrdek’s net worth is estimated to be $60 million , most of which he has earned from numerous sponsorships, as well as on screen appearances. However, in 2012 he raised $2.6 million including selling his house in Los Angeles, while in 2013, he added the sum of $1.2 million from selling a home in Hollywood Hills.
Rob Dyrdek Net Worth $60 Million
Dyrdek had been interested in skateboarding ever since his childhood, as he began training under Neil Blender when he was 11 years old, and was sponsored by Blender’s team. However, Dyrdek eventually decided on opening his own company, with Blender, which he named “Alien Workshop”, and which currently specializes in producing apparel, skateboarding accessories, and skateboard decks. As he progressed with his skateboarding career, Dyrdek joined the DC Shoes company, which was co-founded by Danny Way and Ken Block in 1994.
Later, Dyrdek ventured further into business himself, and launched a record label, body spray line entitled Make Moves, Street League Skateboarding, and a clothing company called DTA Posse in which he is partnered with Travis Barker, Bryan Jarett and Scott Emmer.
A significant contributing factor to Dyrdek’s fame was another reality series entitled “Rob & Big”, in which he co-starred with his friend Christopher Boykin. Co-created by Jeff Tremaine, Dyrdek, Boykin and Ruben Fleischer, “Rob & Big” aired on television screens from 2006 until 2008, for three seasons and 31 episodes, and it’s estimated that Dyrdek earned as much as $60,000 per episode of the show. Considered to be among the most influential skateboarders, Rob Dyrdek currently stars with Sterling Brim and Chanel West Coast in a clip show called “Ridiculousness”.
Aside from skateboarding, Rob Dyrdek has made numerous on-screen appearances, the most notable of which – aside from the aforementioned series – “Punk’d”, “Waiting for Lightning” and “Jackass 3.5”, in which he co-starred alongside Johnny Knoxville. Dyrdek has also featured in several video games, such as a sandbox skateboarding game called “Skate”, and its sequel “Skate 2”, developed by “EA Black Box” company.
In his personal life, Rob proposed to his girlfriend Bryiana Noelle Flores at Disneyland in 2015, and they married shortly afterwards. They are reported to be expecting their first child at their home in southern California.