Rob Dyrdek Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$100 Million|
|Salary:||$5 Million Per Year|
|Real Name:||Robert Stanley Dyrdek|
|Date of Birth:||28th June 1974|
|Age:||48 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Profession:||Skateboarder, Television Producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Entrepreneur|
|Updated:||31st May 2022|
You’ve seen him on his skateboard, pranking with the Fantasy Factory group at each other or bystanders in the California streets. You may have watched a few of the Ridiculousness episodes that he hosted, reviewing some of the most outlandish tricks and events that may or may not have been on purpose. What you may not know is that since 16 years old, Rob Dyrdek’s net worth has been on a steady incline. Although California and skateboarding was his dream, the former professional skateboarder found a way to keep his dream alive while continuing to make a substantial income.
What is the Rob Dyrdek Net Worth, Currently?
With a net worth of $55 Million, Rob Dyrdek is one of the more successful athletes in a sport that is not mainstream. His fortune stems from good investments and opportunities he has made along the way since his early days as a skateboarder. Skateboarding gave him the start he was looking for but it has not been the only contributor to Rob’s success. With his rise to fame in skateboarding, he moved into acting, becoming a business owner and an MTV reality star. Currently, Rob’s annual salary is nearly $5 Million, so it is expected that his net worth will continue to grow significantly.
Rob Dyrdek the Professional Skateboarder
This is where Rob got his start with success and used this as a foundation for his brand. As a skilled 16-year-old, the Kettering, OH native took his skills and set his sights on Southern California. He was practicing as a pre-teen up until that point and was sponsored by DC shoes when he arrived. From that point to 2016, he skated under the DC Shoes label and also founded the Street League Skateboarding competition later on that has surpassed its original national goal into international territory. Since his arrival to Southern California, the former skateboarder has over 20 Guinness World Records for tricks in skateboarding.
Reality TV Personality
While he got his start in skateboarding, Dyrdek transitioned in the early 2000s to reality TV. Seeing his face on MTV with his shows became a common occurrence for many. The following shows were a part of his reality experience and television career.
- Rob & Big
- Fantasy Factory
There are some crossovers between the three shows where you see characters like Chanel West Coast and Big Cat make an appearance. Because of his rise to fame in these areas, Rob Dyrdek Fantasy Factory attracted a brand new audience of followers that clung to his pranks and enhanced Rob Dyrdek’s net worth. In addition to reality TV, Rob did do some producing, creating the film, Street Dreams, and making some cameos on several other shows. Between his reality shows, Dyrdek did own Wild Grinders, a series picked up by Nickelodeon that was animated and brought to life skateboarding for children all around the country.
Entrepreneurial Robert S Dyrdek
Another venture of Rob Dyrdek’s is his ability to invest in a number of businesses. While there was the record label and a skate shop, along the way came Orion Trucks where Rob was able to dabble in the shoe design business. That is critical for skateboarders and even for Rob. Also, Fantasy Factory was a business, as it was a warehouse where the tricks he performed were done and the place where many of the world records were broken.
Rob also spend some time investing in horses and horse races, where he made a significant investment and showcased this on Fantasy Factory in an episode. The successful Dyrdek machine is one of his creations and one that is used to continue fueling his net worth today. In more recent years, after getting married, he has made new investments in Beach Whiskey, Black Feather Whiskey, and several other businesses that are in Southern California.
Rob has also been known to make some real estate investments that have had some contribution to his net worth. Currently, Dyrdek does own several homes in the California area, and some commercial properties in the past like skate shops. It is not one of the larger projects, but it is worth noting considering the real estate market could be the right investment for the future.
Is There More Coming From Rob Dyrdek?
Considering the fact that Rob Dyrdek has not slowed down a single day since he arrived in Southern California, it is not wise to assume he is not going to continue generating income and expanding his net worth. Rob has been known to involve his family in his ventures, bringing on both of his cousins, Scott Pfaff “Big Cat” and Chris Pfaff “Drama” onto Fantasy Factory and Rob & Big. Now livings as a married family man, himself, it is expected that Rob will continue to make more business investments to generate income and continue promoting the skateboarding community since his brand and name has been modeled behind it in some fashion or the other.