Rob Dyrdek Net Worth
Rob is an MTV reality celebrity, former professional skateboarder, actor, producer and entrepreneur with a fortune of $100 million, according to Forbes. As an actor, he is most well-known for his work on the reality television series Rob & Big, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, and Ridiculousness.
Dyrdek was born on June 28th, 1974, in Kettering, Ohio. Neil Blender, a professional skateboarder, gave him his first board when he was just 11 years old. This stoked his passion for professional skateboarding, and that was all he could think about. After school, he would skate and practise until his parents called him in for the night, thinking about all the tricks he would try out later. He had a sponsor by the age of 12 and began a professional skateboarding career. He moved to Southern California to pursue a career as a professional skateboarder when he was sixteen years old.
Dyrdek began riding for DC Shoes soon after relocating to California. DC Shoes sponsored Dyrdek from 2010 until 2016. Dyrdek’s sponsors include Silver Trucks, EA Skate, and Monster Energy. As early as 2010, Dyrdek established the Street League Skateboarding tournament. An estimated $1.6 million in cash and prizes will be awarded to the winner. Rob Dyrdek’s documentary “The Motivation” focused on this competition. During Tribeca Film Festival in 2013, the film premiered
From November 2006 through April 2008, the MTV series “Rob & Big” aired more than 30 episodes across three seasons. 70 episodes were aired in seven seasons of “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory,” which premiered in February 2009. The setting for “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” is the Fantasy Factory, a repurposed warehouse.
There is a massive indoor skate park, a foam pit, Dyrdek’s personal office, a “bat cave” parking garage, and basketball hoops scattered around the Fantasy Factory complex. Towards the end of the first season, Dyrdek opened his first SafeSpot SkateSpot of the franchise. Skate and Skate 2 featured Dyrdek as a character in their respective games, as well as the 2009 film “Street Dreams.”
A total of 21 “Guinness Book of World Records” skating records have been set by Dyrdek.
Dyrdek made his acting debut in the 2011 film “Jackass 3.5.” “Ridiculousness” was Dyrdek’s second MTV show that year. Chanel West Coast and Sterling Brim, two close friends of Dyrdek’s, served as co-hosts. Justin Bieber attempted to prank professional skateboarders on Dyrdek’s episode of the television show “Punk’d” in 2012. “Waiting for Lightning,” a 2012 documentary about skater Danny Way, also included Dyrdek.
He has created a number of shows through his production company, including “Ridiculousness,” “The Dude Perfect Show” on CMT, and others.
Interesting facts About Personal Life
Playboy Playmate Bryiana Noelle Flores’ boyfriend, Rob, proposed to her in April 2015 during a romantic trip to Disney World. Aladdin” production was stopped when he climbed on top of the elephant prop and joined in on the fun.
In front of the audience, he drew Flores up on stage and kneeled down to propose. Rob and Bryiana have a son, Kodah Dash, and a daughter, Nala Ryan, both born in 2016. (born 2017)
He has a sister, Dyrdek. When Dyrdek was asked to officiate at his sister’s wedding in December 2011 as the minister-in-training, he turned to the Universal Life Church. “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” covered the ceremony, which took place at the Fantasy Factory in Los Angeles.
Dyrdek stands at a height of 5′ 7″.
Chanel West Coast is one of his best friends.
“Fantasy Factory” featured an episode in which Dyrdek rode a racehorse for a personal acquaintance. In the course of his career, he owned up to 13 horses. In addition to the Breeder’s Cup, his horses have competed in other high-profile events.
In addition to the two bulldogs, he owns a Pomeranian named Gretchen Weiner.
Every episode of “Rob & Big” brought in $60,000 for Rob Dyrdek. Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” paid him $100,000 per episode.
Rob currently owns three residences in Mulholland Estates, a private community located above Beverly Hills. These three residences alone cost him close to $25 million. We’ll get to the specifics of each of these residences in a sec.
A little background on Dyrdek’s sales history first:
A property Dyrdek bought in Mount Olympus above Laurel Canyon in May 2008 for $2.549 million was sold in November 2012 for $2.125 million, a loss of $334,000 to Dyrdek.
As of March 2013, he had taken a $220,000 loss after nearly five years on and off the market at steadily decreasing prices, on a mid-1960s multi-level modern that he bought for $1.395 million and sold for $1.275 million.
With four bedrooms and three bathrooms and 3,733 square feet of living space located in the Laurel Hills section of Los Angeles near Coldwater Canyon in 2016, Dyrdek sold his house for $3.5 million.
Mulholland Estates Inc.
A 3.1-acre undeveloped lot in the prestigious Mulholland Estates gated enclave cost Dyrdek $9.9 million in 2015. Despite its size, the property is the most valuable in the neighbourhood. The musician Robbie Williams once owned it, and it’s said that he had originally intended to have his own custom-built megamansion built there, but he changed his mind. The city has allegedly approved Rob’s plans to build a home on the property.
Kendall Jenner, Christina Aguilera, Vanna White, Paris Hilton, Big Sean, DJ Khaled, Mike Shinoda, Tracey Edmonds, and Charlie Sheen are among the other well-known residents of the neighborhood.
Rob Dyrdek and his wife purchased a four-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot property in the same neighborhood in 2018 for $6 million. It was then that they began a series of costly and substantial upgrades.
An additional Mulholland Estates home was purchased by Rob in December 2019 for $8.5 million. There are seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms in this 7,500-square-foot house.