Jake Paul Net Worth 2022: Actor, Boxer And Comedian, Career & More Updates!
The 25-year-old has over seven billion views on YouTube and more than 20 million subscribers. He previously appeared on the Disney Channel and TikTok’s predecessor, Vine.
Paul has appeared in several films as well as music, with his earworm hit ‘It’s Everyday Bro’ reaching the top 100 in the US charts. His most recent and well-known venture has been into the boxing ring, where he has defeated AnEsonGib, Nate Robinson, Ben Askren, and Tyron Woodley.
Jake Paul’s Net Worth
Jake Paul is a social media personality, actor, boxer, and comedian from the United States. Jake Paul’s net worth is $30 million as of this writing. Jake is consistently one of the highest-paid YouTube stars in the world, earning between $20 million and $40 million per year (before taxes). He received widespread media attention after the music video for his 2017 single “It’s Everyday Bro” went viral on YouTube. He is YouTube sensation Logan Paul’s younger brother.
How Much Does Jake Paul Make A Year?
According to Forbes, Jake Paul will earn $45 million in 2021, nearly all of which will come from his boxing career. It was Paul’s first appearance on the outlet’s list of Highest Paid YouTubers since 2018, when he was ranked No. 2 with annual earnings of $21.5 million.
Paul has a lot of investments in addition to his earnings. The actor, who claims to have been investing in Bitcoin since the age of 16, told FOX Business that he has cryptocurrency, NFT, and metaverse investments, as well as a “team at Morgan Stanley” for “traditional stock” investments.
How Much Does Jake Paul Make The Per Fight?
According to CBS, Paul earned $690,000 from his fight with Ben Askren in 2021, followed by a whopping $2 million from his fight with Tyron Woodley later that year.
Jake earned an estimated $11.5 million in 2016. He earned $11 million in 2017. Jake earned an astounding $21.5 million in 2018. That was enough to make him the world’s second-highest-paid YouTube star.
Jake Paul Early Life
Jake Joseph Paul was born in Westlake, Ohio on January 17, 1997, to Pamela Stepnick and Gregory Paul. Logan, his younger brother, is also a popular YouTuber. Jake began uploading videos to the now-defunct video platform Vine. When Vine was shut down, he had nearly 5.5 million followers and two billion views.
Jake Paul Career
Jake began his video career in September 2013. After Vine was acquired by Disney in January 2017, Jake was cast in the sitcom “Bizaardvark.” On the show, his catchphrase was “It’s Everyday Bro!” (As an aside, that catchphrase is grammatically incorrect. “Everyday” refers to something that is commonplace, ordinary, or routine, as in “these are my everyday run-of-the-mill socks.” I’m pretty sure Jake means “It’s Every Day, Bro!” which means something that happens every day…)
During the second season of “Bizaardvark,” Jake was fired in July 2017. By that point, Paul had sparked a slew of controversies, including complaints from his neighbors about wild parties, pranks, and fire hazards, as well as massive crowds of young fans who gathered in the street outside of Paul’s rented house after he posted his address on social media. Paul confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that he was fired from the Disney Channel show due to the uproar over his parties and the local news coverage of it.
Jake Paul established Team 10 in January 2017. Team 10 is a creative agency and digital influencer marketing platform that creates and promotes entertainment for teenagers. In May of that year, he released “It’s Everyday Bro,” a song and music video. In one month, the video received over 70 million views. Paul posted a video titled “I lost my virginity” in early January 2018. The thumbnail for the video showed Paul and his then-girlfriend Erika Costell semi-nude on top of each other. As a result, YouTube age-restricted the video. Paul changed the thumbnail to a photo of the couple dressed up.
On January 20, 2020, Paul made his professional boxing debut in Miami. He competed against fellow YouTubers Gib. Jake won with a TKO 2:18 into the first round.