Rob Dyke Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education and Career

Rob Dyke Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.

Rob Dyke Net Worth 2020 – Rob Dyke is an American YouTuber and internet celebrity. He is well-known for his web series, ‘Seriously Strange’ and ‘Why Would You Put That on the Internet’.

Rob Dyke Net Worth 2019


Rob Dyke was born on the 28th day of October 1987 in Massachusetts, New England, United States and is of Caucasian ethnicity. Not much about his bio is available.


He obtained his GED in October 2008 after dropping out from school and headed to the Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner, Massachusetts, to study criminal justice.


Before Rob pursued a career in comedy and later Vlogging, Rob worked as a Private Investigator, Executive Protection specialist, and then as a counselor for sexual offenders. Just like Kassem G, Rob eventually quit his job to go after his passion.

First, he experimented with the Bob YouTube channel that gave him a bit of little attention and popularity but the channel became inactive after the creation of his main page.

Presently, he has other channels like the Zombie Horse and Your New Best Friends. The former focuses on comedy, gaming, and sketches while the latter is solely for vlogging.

Initially, Rob struggled like every other new business person does in their first few months or even years but his breakthrough came when he appeared on YouTube star Household Hacker’s channel and was able to reach out to about two million subscribers of the Household, uploading thrice a week on the channel and that was it.

Apart from Household Hacker, Rob also associates with other YouTubers like Daym Drops, Matthew Santoro, Moonshine Bonanza, Hungry Lights, and BobisWeirdTv.

Net Worth

With about 2.7 million subscribers and accumulation of over 430 million views as of early 2018, this promising star is said to have an estimated net worth of $500,000. This will probably increase in the coming years.

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