Published On: Tue, Aug 22nd, 2017

Rob Dyrdek Net Worth; How Much Is Rob Dyrdek’s Net Worth?

Rob Dyrdek Net Worth in 2018: $50 Million

Rob Dyrdek is known as one of the most famous former American professional skateboarders, he is an entrepreneur, reality television star, actor and producer; he started his career when he was a child and according to different sources his total net worth is $50 million.

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The American actor Robert Stanley Dyrdek was born on June 28, 1974 in Kettering, Ohio, U.S; during his childhood age, he was very interested in sports especially in skateboarding.

He started his career as a professional skateboarder at the age of eleven, he got the attention of many players at that time due to his passion, from professional skateboarder Neil Blender he got the first skateboard as a reward and he got the sponsorship from that company from which Blender belongs.

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Later he said to good-by to skateboarding and he created the company Alien Workshop with the help of Blender, he started his career as an entrepreneur through this company.

After this he started the business of selling clothes with the name of DC Shoes, he is the founder of Street League Skateboarding which has taken the shape of domestic competition to international.

He earned about $1.6 million from his championship match of his skateboarding company, he got his famous from the reality TV show Rob & Big which runs from November 2006 to April 2008 and his second show which is the cause of his world fame with name ‘Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory.

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He was starred in one of the famous video games video games Skate and Skate 2 through which he earned millions of dollars, he has worked in a movie Street Dreams in 2009, Rob has got many awards like 21 Guinness world skateboarding records in his career and many others.

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