Nigahiga Net Worth $2.5 million
Nigahiga salary $400,000
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Nigahiga is an American comedian, YouTube personality, and actor and his current net worth is $2.5 million.
Born in Hawaii, Ryan has an older brother named Kyle. During his childhood he competed in judo and has a black belt rank.
He graduated from Waiakea High School in 2008 and while there he wrestled in the school’s team.
The American comedian is famous today for his funny YouTube videos, having over 3 billion views.
From 2009 to 2011, his channel hold the record of the most subscribed channel on YouTube for 677 consecutive days, longer than any other besides PewDiePie.
As of May his channel is the 16th most subscribed on YouTube, with over 19 million subscribers.
Higa started his YouTube career along with Sean Fujiyoshi. Both shared videos of themselves lip syncing to songs on the media platform, while still in high school.
They quickly expanded to more than songs, with a variety of other funny pieces.
As well as other YouTube channels, they also collaborated with famous YouTubers such as Tim Enos, Kyle Chun and Taryn Nago.
In 2008, after a bunch of his videos got removed due to copyright violations, he decided to compose his own music.
After a while, he moved to Las Vegas to study nuclear medicine at the University of Nevada. During that time he only posted videos of himself, usually featuring collaborations with other YouTubers.
In 2012 he started a production company, Ryan Higa Production Company. Sean Fujiyoshi, with whom he works to make content for the channel, is also part of the company.
In 2016, Higa and other YouTubers and friends created the parody K-pop group Boys Generally Asian.
According to Higa, his channel name is a combination of “Niga”, which means “rant” in Japanese, and his last name, “Higa”.
Today he is the owner and host of two channels, HigaTv and nigahiga. Apart from his YouTube career, Higa is also an actor.
So far he has starred in films like Ryan and Sean’s Not So Excellent Adventure, Ninja Melk, Tell Me How I Die. Some of the films he created in collaboration with various companies.