6 year old $14.6 million YouTube sensation

6 year old $14.6 million YouTube sensation

Darren Sullivan
December 12, 2017

As the YouTube channel, "Ryan Toys Review" went viral, his parents started a second channel named 'Ryan's Family Review'.

A 7-year-old Asian American boy has been raking in millions by reviewing toy cars, action figures, Play-Doh, and other toys on YouTube.

The multi-millionaire toddler generated around $11 million in pretax income in 2017, according to Forbe's annual list of the highest earning YouTube celebrities. Ryan runs his YouTube channel from his home.

From playing video games to pulling pranks to a bunch of bros who perform next to a guy in a panda costume-seriously-combined these top-tier earners pulled in $127 million from June 2016 through June 2017. According to Forbes' recent list of world's highest-paid YouTubers includes six-year-old Ryan!

These aren't just any toy reviews though.

With the YouTube channels rolling in the dough, that's his college fund (and his sisters') all settled, we think.

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There's been another about an advent calendar and another about a Thomas the Tank Engine toy.

Ryan is the star of Ryan ToysReview, a channel which samples kids' toys for more than 10 million subscribers.

Ryan, the face of the YouTube channel Ryan ToysReviews, made $11 million (₹70.81 crore) from sales off his channel.

Interestingly, the toys used for review will be later donated to charitable organizations. The video featured Ryan opening and reviewing a "GIANT EGG SURPRISE" box containing over 100 toys from Pixar's "Cars" series. The videos posted nearly daily on the channel are all shot and produced by Ryan's parents, who began "Ryan ToysReview" in March 2015 when he was still 4 years old.

The channel now has over 10 million subscribers, which generates a monthly advertising revenue of around $1 million.