Rob Dyrdek Net Worth
$100 Million dollars
Rob Dyrdek Bio
|Robert Stanley Dyrdek
|Date of Birth
|June 28, 1974 (age 49)
|Kettering, Ohio, USA
|Actor, Producer, Entrepreneur, Skateboarder, TV Personality
|Bryiana Noelle Flores
How much is Rob Dyrdek net worth?
Rob Dyrdek is a famous MTV reality star, actor, producer, entrepreneur, and former professional skateboarder. Rob Dyrdek net worth is $100 million.
He is well known for his roles in the reality shows Rob & Big, Ridiculousness, and Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory. Through Dyrdek Machine, he has founded many businesses, Thrill One Media, and his venture studio, including Street League Skateboarding.
When he was 16 years of age, Rob Dyrdek started his professional skateboarding career and gained fame quickly for his creativity and skills.
His entrepreneurship was as innovative as his skateboarding. In 2010, he founded the Street League Skateboarding (SLS) competition, which appreciably elevated his professional skateboarding scene.
Additionally, he set up many businesses related to youth culture and skateboarding. He also opened skateboarding clothing brand DC Shoes, Rogue Status, and Alien Workshop.
However, Dyrdek is possibly well known for his career in television, where he made use of his charisma and knack for comedy. He appeared in MTV’s reality shows Rob & Big and Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, which ran for many seasons and became incredibly famous.
Also, he hosted the viral video show Ridiculousness, which exhibits humorous internet videos with Dyrdek’s commentary.
Robert Stanley Dyrdek was born on June 28, 1974 in Kettering, Ohio. He got his first skateboard from pro-skateboarder Neil Blender when he was 11 years of age. This set his desire on fire to become a pro skateboarder and it was all he focused on.
He thought in his school about all the tricks he would try out later, and then right after school he would skate and practice until his parents called Dyrdek in for the night.
By the time he was 12 years of age, he got a sponsorship and started his pro-skateboarding career. He left his home at the age of 16 to move to Southern California to become a professional skateboarder.
Dyrdek started to ride for DC Shoes soon after he moved to California. Until 2016, Dyrdek was sponsored by DC Shoes. Dyrdek has been sponsored by Monster Energy, Silver Trucks, and EA Skate.
In 2010, Dyrdek established the Street League Skateboarding competition. The competition has become an international event with a prize money of $1.6 million.
This competition was the focus of Dyrdek’s documentary The Motivation. In the year 2013, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Rob & Big ran on MTV for three seasons from November 2006 to April 2008 with more than 30 episodes produced. Starting in February 2009, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory ran for 70 episodes over seven seasons.
Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory takes place in a converted warehouse known by the name of Fantasy Factory. The Fantasy Factory has a large indoor skate plaza, Dyrdek’s personal office, a foam pit, a bat cave parking garage, and basketball hoops in different places all over the complex.
During the course of his first season, Dyrdek opened first SafeSpot SkateSpot. Dyrdek made a movie in 2009 name Street Dreams and was also featured in the Skate 2 and the video games Skate.
Dyrdek has set 21 individual Guinness Book of World Records for skateboarding.
Dyrdek starred in the movie Jackass 3.5 in 2011. In that same year, Dyrdek began another show on MTV called Ridiculousness. Dyrdek hosted the show alongside his two friends, Sterling Brim and Chanel West Coast.
Dyrdek was on the TV show Punk’d— on Dyrdek’s episode in 2012, Justin Bieber tried and failed to prank the pro-skateboarder. Dyrdek was featured in the 2012 documentary called Waiting for Lightning, which was about his friend, skater Danny Way.
He has produced Ridiculousness through his production company and the CMT series called The Dude Perfect Show. Since, Dyrdek has produced the Ridiculousness spin-offs, Amazingness, Adorableness, Deliciousness, and Messyness.
Dyrdek started a business-focused podcast in 2021 known by the name Build with Rob. He also founded the Do-Or-Dier Foundation that same year, a non-profit foundation for the underrepresented youth to help them provide entrepreneurship opportunities.
Thrill One Sports & Entertainment was gained by Fiume Capital and Juggernaut Capital Partners in July 2022 for $300 million.
Rob proposed to his girlfriend in April 2015, Playboy Playmate Bryiana Noelle Flores, at Disneyland. He chipped in the production of Aladdin in order to take part in it by coming out on top of the elephant prop.
He pulled Flores up on the stage with him and dropped to one knee to propose her for marriage. Rob and Bryiana have two children, a son, Kodah Dash who born in 2016 and a daughter, Nala Ryan who born in 2017.
Dyrdek has one sister. He became an ordained minister through the Universal Life Church on December 2011 in order to perform his sister’s wedding.
The ceremony was featured in an episode of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, and it took place at the Fantasy Factory in Los Angeles.
During his career, he owned 13 horses. His horses have raced in stakes which includes the Breeder’s Cup. He has two bulldogs known by the name Meaty and Beefy. And he also has Pomeranian dog named Gretchen Weiner.
Rob Dyrdek earned a whopping $60,000 per episode for Rob & Big. He earned a huge $100,000 per episode for Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory.
As we’ve discussed Rob Dyrdek net worth, let’s uncover his real estate adventure.
Rob is the owner of three mansions within the gated Mulholland Estates high above Beverly Hills. He has spent around $25 million alone on these three mansions. First, let’s look at the real estate history of Dyrdek.
Dyrdek bought a home for $2.549 million in May 2008 in the Mount Olympus neighborhood above Laurel Canyon that was later sold for $2.125 million in November 2012 with a loss of $334,000.
After nearly five years in March 2013 he took a $220,000 loss on a multi-level modern mid-1960s in the Hollywood Knolls neighborhood near Lake Hollywood. This house was bought by him back in 2005 for $1.395 million and sold later for $1.175 million.
Dyrdek sold his four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,733 square foot house for $3.5 million in the Laurel Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles between Laurel Canyon and Coldwater Canyon in 2016.
Dyrdek paid $9.9 million in 2015 on a vacant 3.1 acre lot in the exclusive gated community known by the name Mullholland Estates. This lot is the largest property in the whole community.
It was previously owned by singer Robbie Williams, who apparently planned to custom-build a mega mansion but changed his mind later. Reportedly, Rob has filed plans with the city to build a mega mansion on the site.
Other celebrities who own properties in the community to this time include Kendall Jenner, Vanna White, Christina Aguilera, Paris Hilton, DJ Khaled, Big Sean, Mike Shinoda, Charlie Sheen, and Tracey Edmonds.
Rob Dyrdek and his wife, Bryiana Dyrdek, paid $6 million in 2018 for a 4-bedroom, 7,000 square-foot mansion in the community. They began performing extensive and expensive renovations.
Rob paid $8.5 million in December 2019 for a 3rd home in Mulholland Estates. This third mansion is 7,500 square-feet, has 7 bedrooms, and has 10 bathrooms.