David Dobrik is a YouTube celebrity, actor, Vine celebrity, content developer, and voice actor artist from Slovakia. He is most known for becoming the founder of the YouTube Videos group The Vlog Squad. With 2.4 billion viewers in 2019, he became the fifth most YouTube Videos creator channel. In March 2020, The Wall Street Journal dubbed him “Gen Z’s Jimmy Fallon.”
Dobrik was born on July 23, 1996, in Choice, Slovakia, and relocated to Vernon Hills, Illinois, with his family when he was six years old. He has three brothers and sisters. He went to Vernon Hills High School and played tennis there. He won 3rd spot in the doubles events to qualify for the 2014 Boys Tennis State Tournament. Dobrik traveled to Los Angeles after graduating from high school to follow his dream.
David Dobrik height
The height of David Dobrik is 175.3 cm.
David Dobrik is a performer, social media celebrity, entrepreneur, and YouTuber from Slovakia. David Dobrik has a net worth of $25 million as this publishing. He’s well known for his (now defunct) Vine accounts and YouTube accounts.
He is among the most well-known and well-paid social media pundits globally, with recent revenues exceeding $15 million. David has over 45 million subscribers across all of his social media channels as of this writing. He first rose to prominence on YouTube, but his popularity has since spread to TikTok.
Dobrik is exempt from immigration under the DACA policy since he is a non-US citizen who came to the United States as a youngster. From late 2015 to early 2018, he partnered with fellow tech star Liza Koshy. On May 15, 2019, Dobrik legally married Lorraine Nash, the mom of his friend and partner Jason Nash, with one of his comedic vlogs.
He declared his decision to dissolve their marriage on June 12, 2019, and on November 22 of the same year, he confirmed on Instagram that he would have legally signed a divorce petition.
Dobrik made his first Vine post in 2013 and the new short documentary sharing app. His six-second films were popular, and he built a big Vine following of over a million people, regularly partnering with other Vine stars like Liza Koshy, Gabbie Hanna, & Jason Nash. He was also a participant of the YouTube group Second Class, which had over 18,000 subscribers when it shut down in 2015.
Success on the Internet
Dobrik created his Channel on YouTube, “David Dobrik,” in 2015, based on his popularity on Vine. His videos on it are mostly humor vlogs derived from natural or semi-scripted circumstances, and they frequently incorporate his former Vine partners. In August 2016, he launched his second YouTube channel, “David Dobrik Too.” Blooper reels, challenging videos, and direct sponsorships are the mainstays of this supplementary Channel.
Dobrik won a Diamond Play Button by YouTube in December 2018 in honor of his YouTube channel’s 10 million followers. PAPER magazine called him one of the “10 Social Media Personalities Making the Most Noise”.
Dobrik’s YouTube vlog channel had over 15 million members and 6.4 billion views as of December 2019. With 2.4 billion views in just one year, it was the seventh most popular creator series on YouTube in 2019. In December 2019, another short documentary sharing app, TikTok, chose one of Dobrik’s videos showcasing a large-scale elephant toothpaste experimentation as the Number One Top Viral Video. It garnered 17.5 million likes & 180 million views at the time.
Followers of Dobrik
Dobrik hosts a podcast called “VIEWS” with fellow YouTubers & formerly Vine star Jason Nash and his video content. Dobrik has started his 3rd YouTube channel, “Views Podcast,” where he will upload the VIEWS podcast feed.
Dobrik was highlighted in a July 2019 editorial by W magazine among other celebrities, including Diana Silvers, Gigi Hadid, & Joe Jonas, emphasizing the trend of having a second Instagram profile dedicated to showing images produced with the usage of films or prime lenses.
Dobrik created his camera phone app, “David’s Disposable,” in January 2020, which allows users to produce retro-looking images on their cellphones. The program is free and financed by adverts, but users can pay a $1 monthly subscription to gain ad-free access to it all.
Users can shoot images straight in the app, but they will not be available until 9 a.m. the next day, a feature designed to imitate the time for disposable camera photos to be developed. Prints of photos could also be acquired straight from the app. The app had over a million installations as of February 2020. Dobrik’s popularity & success are evident in his various advantages and honors, such as the 2019 Teen Choice Awards’ Choice Male Web Star award.
Advertisers and Sponsors
Chipotle teamed with Dobrik in April 2019 to commemorate National Burrito Day by making his previous order the brand’s official National Burrito Day burrito, the Dobrik Burrito. Dobrik earned the Brand Engagement Award at the Streamys Brand Awards in September 2019 for this collaboration. Dobrik also collaborates with SeatGeek, which has created as much searching interest as “mainstream” collaborations like Chrissy Teigen and Target, thus according to Google Trends data.
Dobrik said in a November 2019 discussion with Insider that even with only 16 million monthly views on YouTube, he might make $275,000 per month in advertising money from his videos. He currently makes around $2,000 per video despite having over 200 million views, according to more stringent YouTube regulations and attempts by the company to encourage more family-friendly programming (often known as the “Adpocalypse”).