Ryan Higa Net Worth [2022]: Fun facts, Salary, House, Cars, Age, height, Wiki

Ryan Higa Net Worth:$10 Million

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:Jun 6, 1990 (31 years old)
Profession:Comedian, Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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Ryan Higa is an American YouTube celebrity, actor, comedian, and producer who is of Japanese descent

Ryan Higa net worth 2022:

Ryan Higa has a net worth of $10 million.

Ryan Higa Biography:

Ryan Higa, also known by his YouTube name Nigahiga, was born in Hilo, Hawaii on June 6, 1990 and attended Waiakea High School where he was a wrestler.

Ryan created the channel with his friends Sean Fujiyoshi, Tim Enos, and Tarynn Nago (known collectively as “The Yabo Crew”), but since moving to Las Vegas to attend UNLV, most videos of his videos have been solo efforts.

Best known for his comedy videos on YouTube, Higa began making YouTube videos in 2006 and was one of the most popular creators on the platform in its early years. His main YouTube channel, nigahiga, was the most subscribed channel on YouTube for 677 consecutive days from 2009–2011, an achievement that has only been surpassed by PewDiePie.

Higa was the first person to reach the milestones of 2 million and 3 million subscribers on YouTube. Higa launched a podcast in 2018 called “Off the Pill,” which has featured YouTubers and celebrities such as KevJumba, Andrew Yang, and Jeremy Lin.In 2020, Higa started streaming on Twitch, where he reacts to his past videos and broadcasts video game content, most notably in Valorant.

His YouTube comedy videos have been viewed over 3.8 billion times. He formed his own production company called Ryan Higa Production Company. Higa created a parody K-pop group called Boys Generally Asian in 2016.

He has over 21.3 million subscribers on YouTube and 500,000 followers on Twitch.

Higa has won a Shorty Award, has been named Forbes Top 30 Under 30,and has been nominated for three more Shorty Awards, six Streamy Awards, and five Teen Choice Awards.

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Outside of his content on YouTube and Twitch, he has also published a memoir Ryan Higa’s How to Write Good and appeared in feature films Tell Me How I Die (2016) and Finding ‘Ohana (2021).

Higa is an alumnus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he studied filmmaking. He competed in Judo and holds the rank of black belt.

Higa and Fujiyoshi started posting YouTube videos of themselves in mid-2006 while students at Waiakea High School. In these videos, the duo lip-synched to songs.

Not long after, they expanded beyond songs, introducing a number of other comedic pieces. Occasional guest appearances were made by his friends.

As an actor, he starred in the 2016 film Tell Me How I Die. Higa has been nominated for three Streamy Awards and a Young Hollywood Award.