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Rob Dyrdek Net Worth, Skateboarding Career, Biography & More

Rob Dyrdek is a MTV reality celebrity, actor, former professional skateboarder, producer, and entrepreneur. Rob Dyrdek’s net worth is $100 million. He is most known for his appearances on reality series such as “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory,” “Rob & Big,” and “Ridiculousness.”

Rob Dyrdek Early Life

Rob Dyrdek was born on June 28, 1974 in Kettering, Ohio. When he was 11, he received his first skateboard from pro skateboarder Neil Blender. This fueled his desire to become a professional skateboarder, and it was all he could think about. He thought of all the tricks he’d try out later at school, and then he’d skate and practise until his parents called him in for the night. He obtained a sponsorship and started his pro-skateboarding career when he was 12 years old. He left home at the age of 16 to pursue a career as a professional skateboarder in Southern California.

Rob Dyrdek Age: 48 years

Rob Dyrdek Height: 1.7 m

Rob Dyrdek Net Worth: $100 million

Rob Dyrdek Wife: Bryiana Dyrdek (m. 2015)

Rob Dyrdek Kids: Nala Ryan Dyrdek, Kodah Dash Dyrdek

Rob Dyrdek Siblings: Denise Dyrdek

Rob Dyrdek Parents: Gene Dyrdek, Patty Dyrdek

Rob Dyrdek Career

Dyrdek began riding for DC Shoes shortly after relocating to California. DC Shoes sponsored Dyrdek until 2016. Silver Trucks, EA Skate, and Monster Energy have all sponsored Dyrdek. In 2010, Dyrdek established the Street League Skateboarding tournament. The tournament has evolved into a global event with a $1.6 million prize. The documentary “The Motivation” by Rob Dyrdek focused on this tournament. In 2013, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

From November 2006 through April 2008, MTV aired more than 30 episodes of “Rob & Big.” “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” aired for 70 episodes over seven seasons beginning in February 2009. “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” takes place in a repurposed warehouse known as the Fantasy Factory. The Fantasy Factory has a big indoor skate plaza, a foam pit, Dyrdek’s personal office, a “bat cave” parking structure, and basketball hoops throughout the facility. Dyrdek launched his first SafeSpot SkateSpot during the inaugural season. Dyrdek made the film “Street Dreams” in 2009 and was also included in the video games Skate and Skate 2.

Dyrdek has established 21 individual “Guinness World Records” skateboarding records.

Dyrdek had an appearance in the 2011 film “Jackass 3.5.” That same year, Dyrdek launched another MTV show called “Ridiculousness.” Dyrdek co-hosted the show with two other pals, Chanel West Coast and Sterling Brim. Dyrdek appeared on the TV show “Punk’d” in 2012; on Dyrdek’s segment, Justin Bieber attempted and failed to trick the pro skateboarder. Dyrdek also appeared in the 2012 documentary “Waiting for Lightning,” which focused on his friend, skater Danny Way.

Rob Dyrdek Personal Life

In April 2015, Rob proposed to his girlfriend, Playboy Playmate Bryiana Noelle Flores, in Disneyland. He interrupted the making of “Aladdin” by appearing on top of the elephant prop. He drew Flores up on stage with him and got down on one knee to propose to her. Rob and Bryiana have two children: Kodah Dash and Nala Ryan.

Dyrdek has one sibling. Dyrdek was ordained as a minister by the Universal Life Church in order to officiate at his sister’s wedding in December 2011. The ceremony took held at the Fantasy Factory in Los Angeles and was featured in an episode of “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory.”

He is close to his co-star, Chanel West Coast.

Dyrdek jockeyed a racehorse for a friend in an episode of “Fantasy Factory.” During his career, he owned as many as 13 horses at one point. His horses have competed in stakes races such as the Breeder’s Cup.

He owns two bulldogs named Meaty and Beefy, as well as Gretchen Weiner, a Pomeranian.

Rob Dyrdek Real Estate

Rob currently owns three houses in the gated Mulholland Estates far above Beverly Hills. He has spent approximately $25 million on just these three houses. More information about each of these homes will be provided shortly. First, some Dyrdek real estate sales statistics:

  • Dyrdek paid $2.549 million in May 2008 for a property in the Mount Olympus community above Laurel Canyon, which he sold in November 2012 for $2.125 million, a $334,000 loss.
  • In March 2013, he sustained a $220,000 loss on a mid-1960s multi-level contemporary in the Hollywood Knolls community near Lake Hollywood that he acquired in 2005 for $1.395 million and sold for $1.175 million, after nearly five years on and off the market at steadily lower prices.
  • Dyrdek sold his four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,733-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles’ Laurel Hills area, between Laurel Canyon and Coldwater Canyon, for $3.5 million in 2016.

Dyrdek paid $9.9 million in 2015 on a vacant 3.1-acre parcel in the premium gated enclave known as “Mullholland Estates.” The lot is the largest property in the neighbourhood. It was once owned by musician Robbie Williams, who reportedly wanted to build his own megamansion but eventually changed his mind. Rob is said to have submitted plans to the city to build a mansion on the property.

Kendall Jenner, Vanna White, Christina Aguilera, Paris Hilton, DJ Khaled, Big Sean, Mike Shinoda, Tracey Edmonds, and Charlie Sheen are among the other celebrities who own property in the community.

Rob Dyrdek and his wife spent $6 million for a 4-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot property in the same neighbourhood in 2018. They then carried out substantial and costly modifications.

Rob paid $8.5 million for his THIRD Mulholland Estates property in December 2019. This third home is 7,500 square feet with 7 bedrooms and 10 baths.

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