Logan Paul Net Worth 2019, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement
Logan Paul Net Worth– Logan Paul is an American YouTube superstar, vlogger, producer and entrepreneur. He rose to fame through the Vine platform, and from there went on to become a successful YouTube personality.
As of 2019, Logan Paul’s net worth is $19 million at only 23 years old! He’s also just launched a fashion line, proving that this guy is going to be HUGE when he reaches his late 20’s.
Logan Paul was born on the 1st April 1995, in Westlake, Ohio, and has one younger brother, Jake. Logan was only 10 years old when he first started creating videos; for a platform called Zoosh at the time.
Paul was also heavily into sports in high school, being one of Westlake High School’s best performing football players. He also competed for the school in wrestling competitions.
This guy had already put in a lot of hours to his future success whilst still in school. So much so, that his YouTube following was already of a decent size before graduating.
He decided to attend Ohio University, but dropped out in 2014 to pursue a career in social media. 3 years later, we can all say his decision has paid off big time.
Career and Achievement:
Logan Paul first reached fame on the Vine platform, which has since shutdown. However, in 2014, his popularity on the platform had earned him over 3 million combined social media followers.
In 2015, he was ranked as the 10th most influential person on Vine, and began earning some serious advertising revenue.
The smart move came when Logan began to push people to his social media channels, and start promoting content on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. The Vine platform closed down, and if he hadn’t done this, he would have disappeared.
His content continued to reach millions on other platforms, and his YouTube vlogs provided opportunities to collaborate with plenty of other stars; even the likes of Dwayne Johnson.
Aside from social media, Logan has also dabbled in acting, with appearances in multiple TV series, such as Stitchers, and Law & Order.