Today’s typical six-year-old would be all about playing with various toys and gadgets. Six-year-old Ryan of YouTube’s Ryan ToysReview, a family-run YouTube channel, is the same – except that he makes a crazy ton of money doing so.
The young online host, YouTube star, and now multi-millionaire generated around $11 million in pretax income in 2017, which is probably the highest amount any six-year-old in history has ever made. Ryan places 8th, along with YouTube comedy channel Smosh, in Forbes‘ annual list of highest-earning YouTube celebrities.
Ryan ToysReview started in March 2015.
Since then, the channel has been watched by millions of parents and kids across the globe. The account started when then four-year-old Ryan, who was also a fan of toy-review videos, asked his parents why he couldn’t also make his own toy reviews online.
Ryan shot to fame when, in July 2015, a video of him reviewing a “GIANT EGG SURPRISE” with over a hundred toys from Pixar’s “Cars” series went viral.
And the rest is sweet, sweet history. Today, the Ryan ToysReview YouTube channel frequently releases videos for its whopping 10 million subscribers. A lot of channel viewers are children, both older and younger than Ryan.
Aside from toy reviews, Ryan also gives his commentary on kids’ food products and kid-friendly establishments.
Along with guidance from his parents, Ryan is able to safely enjoy doing his online reviews, as well as provide his honest insights on his experiences. Ryan is often seen freely playing with new toys, trying out new food, going toy shopping, or visiting kid-friendly places.
His parents can often be heard on the background. They sometimes join him in front of the camera, too.
The Verge reports that the channel’s viewership translates to about $1 million a month in advertising revenue alone.
What do you think of this YouTube child star and multi-millionaire?
Do you watch his videos?
Man Finds Himself In The Background Of His Fiancee’s Childhood Photo
Could it be pure coincidence or destiny?
Love, an old popular song tells us, moves in mysterious ways and it sure has been a mystery for Verona Koliqi and Mirand Buzaku. The two has recently been engaged and soon thereafter, they found out about one strange coincidence – they were in the same beach (and were just a few feet away from each other) about 10 years ago.
Call it coincidence, fate, or whatever you will! But yes, that’s exactly what happened to these lovers and they were indeed delighted with the discovery.
Coincidence or fate? You decide!
Guy Learns To Break A Glass Using Only His Voice
Can the high C of a trained soprano really quiver glass into dissolution?
You've probably seen something like this before in movies and TV shows. A particular scene where a character sings up to the point where they hit a note so high and intense that it breaks all the glass in the vicinity, even the windows.
Another particular thing that you’ve probably seen many times, a woman in an orchestra releasing an earthshaking high note that shatters Champagne flutes. Monocles crack and the chandelier explodes as the power of her voice wreaks havoc on the concert hall. This scene is too common in countless cartoons and comedies, but is this parody based on reality?
Can an opera singer really shatter glass?
Meet the Makeup Artist Who Can Easily Transform Into Any Celebrity
Nope, they are not Photoshopped.
We all have seen the power of Photoshop and other digital imagery tricks out there. You know, the kind that requires a few clicks to conjure incredible photos. This time around though, we will discuss makeup and how powerful it actually is. Think about it: A simple touch of makeup shenanigans and you can look exactly like someone else.
This is exactly what Elliot Joseph Rentz – also known as Alexis Stone – did. The British drag queen and superb makeup artist can change his looks and turn himself into a celebrity. And yes, this is all thanks to makeup. Born in Brighton, England, Alexis is capable of turning himself into any Hollywood star. In fact, he does it so well that you would think it is Photoshopped.