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Justine Ezarik - Net Worth $2 Million

Justine Ezarik - Net Worth $2 Million

November 18, 2017

Justine Ezarik born March 20, 1984 is an YouTube personality, host, actress and model. She is best known as iJustine, with over 775 million views across her YouTube channels since 2006.

who went viral after uploading a video of a 300-page iPhone bill. She went on to gain more than 4.3 million subscribers, becoming one of the Internet's premier "lifecasters." She also has a gaming channel called iJustineGaming.

She posts videos about cooking, unboxing and testing consumer electronics, and her personal vlog posts. One of her most famous videos is her 300-page iPhone bill video. 

It’s not just YouTube that is adding dollars to her net worth, but iJustine also makes a lot of money as an actress. Yes, she has worked in various movies such as The House That Drips Blood on Alex, The Wedding Ringer. Besides, she has also done shows such as The Bold and the Beautiful and The Vampire Diaries.

The 32 year cyber celebrity has not confirmed anything on marriage. Although she been dating Ryan Watt, the director of YouTube’s ‘Global Head of Content & Partnerships, Gaming’ since 2012. iJustine previously dated Justin Fishner-Wolfson and business personality Brian Pokorny in 2008.

Ezarik has been on many web series, for which she gained popularity nationally and internationally. She acted as the gambler in Escape the Night that was featured on the YouTube Red Series in 2016. Ezarik won many nominations such as Best Vlogger, Choice Web Star, and Choice Web Star: Gaming, etc. Among these she won the Webby Awards in Web personality category and the Streamy Awards in the category of Best Lifestyle Series.

iJustine has an impressive educational background. She was an honor student in her high school. He graduated high school in 2002 from Bentworth High School. After graduation, she was awarded the annual scholarship from the Washington Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals. She then graduated with high grades from the Pittsburgh technical Institute in 2004.