The well-known American YouTuber and vlogger, Casey Neistat who became writer, director, and star of the HBO series The Neistat Brothers. Additionally, he has released short movies exclusively on the internet, including regular contributions to the New York Times Op-Doc series.
Casey Neistat was born on March 25, 1981, New London, CT under the birth sign of Aries. He raised by his parents Amy Neistat and Barry Neistat along with his siblings Van Neistat, Dean Neistat, and Jordan Neistat. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
Regarding Casey’s education, he dropped out of high school during his sophomore year at age 15 and did not return to school or graduate.
The 37-year-old Casey is married to Candice Pool in Houston, Texas, on December 29, 2013. However, this marriage lasted about a month and ended with an annulment.
On February 18, 2013, Casey became engaged to Candice again. They were married in Cape Town, South Africa, on December 29, 2013. In addition, The couple shares a daughter named Francine from the marriage.
Furthermore, Neistat was initially in a relationship with Robin Harris. Also, they had a son.
The talented YouTuber star has an estimated net worth $16 million. H earns a huge sum of money from his career. As per some sources, a video creator will earn $2,000 for every million views. He makes monthly, $11.6K – $ 186K.
Other than that, as per the Influencer Marketing Hub, he receives $6,517.5 – $10,862.5 per promotional post through his Instagram. In addition, he made his first millions in 2008 when he sold his The Neistat Brothers show to the HBO. It was sold for $2 million dollars. However, he created his YouTube channel which is today referred to as one of the strongest, generating close to $2.5M every year.
Moreover, Casey and his brother began working with artist Tom Sachs, ultimately making a series of films, in 2001. Also, they both produce a movie series named ‘Science Experiments’ in 2004.
The HBO purchased an eight-episode television series, ‘The Neistat Brothers’, for just under $2 million, in July 2008. He announced that he was canceling his vlog permanently to focus more on short-films, which he plans uploading to YouTube in place of his daily vlogs on a regular basis, on November 19, 2016. Additionally, he also won ‘YouTuber of the Year’ award at the Shorty Awards event.