Published On: Sat, May 13th, 2017

Rob Dyrdek Net Worth: How Much Rich Is Rob Dyrdek?

Rob Dyrdek Net Worth in 2017: $50 million

Rob Dyrdek is an actor, TV star, producer, entrepreneur and professional skateboarder, he earned his popularity through reality shows and now his net worth is $50 million and he is the creator of one of the best and most popular animated series Wild Grinders.


The American Skateboarder Rob Dyrdek was born in Kettering, Ohio on June 28, 1974, from the start of the days he was involved in the Skateboarding so he left the school.

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At the age of 11 he received first skateboard and at the age of twelve he got his first sponsorship, at the age of 16 he left the school and moved to California for professional skateboard career.

During his skateboarding professional career, he broke many world records and he has become the businessman and entrepreneur when he worked with Droor clothing and DC shoes before becoming professional skateboarder.

In 2006, he started a Reality TV show Rob & Big on MTV with his best friend, he earned through this show about $60,000 and he left this show in 2008 after three seasons when her girl friend has a baby; after this in 2009 he appeared on the Fantasy Factory which ran by him for four seasons. And this Warehouse gave him $100,000.

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Dyrdek also appeared in movies like he made a film in 2009 named as Street Dreams and he also appeared in video games like Skate and Skate 2, this era of his life was very successful.

Rob made a animated series of dram ‘’Wild Grinders’’ and this is basically about his life story, he also appearing on the show “Ridiculousness” with his friend Steelo Brim and Chanel West Coast, this show is about to show the fans amazing video clips about skateboarding and Fox Weekly called him as most influential Skateboarder of all time.

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