Casey Neistat Net Worth $12 million dollars

Casey Neistat is an American Youtuber, vlogger, and filmmaker.His high-quality video content engaged millions of fan worldwide.The filmmaking style is totally amazing with a creative look.He had a huge fan following on YouTube with over 9 million subscribers.He earned large amount from youtube advertisement with an estimated net worth value of $12 million dollarsCasey Neistat net worth

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What is the net worth of Casey Neistat?

Google Adsense is the great source of earning and in terms of youtube, is the only method that you can monetize your youtube videos.He has lots of views on youtube that we can estimate his net worth value to be  $12 million dollars.

How many apartment and houses Casey Neistat have?what is net worth value of that property?

In 2016, he sold his Connecticut summar apartment, this house was the popular destination for tourist to stop.He spends most of his time in this house and featured this house in his vlogs video, he spends lots of his time in new york studio, which is estimated net worth cost over $6k monthly, due to his beautiful and famous location

Who is the wife of Casey Neistat?What is the net worth of his wife?

Candice Pool is the wife of Casey Neistat.They dated over 10 years, in 2005 both got engaged and married in 2013.Cardice Pool is rich with her husband, she has net worth value about $1.5 million dollars and combined with husband net worth it will be $13.5 million dollars

Casey Neistat net worth

Is Casey Neistat have kids?What is the name of a daughter?

He has two children, Owen Neistat is the son and  Francine Neistat is the daughter of Casey Neistat who was born on 6 Dec 2014, she is 3 years old right now.

Where did Casey Neistat born?What is the date of birthday and age of Casey Neistat?

Casey Neistat was born on 25 March 1981 in Gales Ferry, Connecticut.He left the school when he was only 17 years old and never come back. Casey Neistat is 36 years old.

How many brothers and sisters of Casey Neistat?

There are 3 siblings, two brothers Van Neistat and Dean Neistat, and one sister Jordan Neistat.

What is the origin of the last name Casey?Is Kasey a girl or boy name?

The word ‘Casey’ is derived from Irish Gaelic cathasaigh meaning watchful or vigilant.This name is in use for both girls and boys.
Casey Neistat net worth

What is the height of Casey Neistat?

He is 5 feet and 7 inches tall approximately 1.75 m.He is not taller as compared to other YouTubers.

What is the name of youtube channel, twitter, Instagram of Casey Neistat?How many social accounts does he use?

YouTube account Name: CaseyNeistat

  • Joined Feb 15, 2010
    2,101,459,239 views
  • 9,065,318 subscribers

Instagram Account Name: caseyneistat

  • 1,851 posts
  • 3m followers
  • 1,446 following

Casey Neistat net worth

Weird Facts About Casey Neistat 

  • He never Attended college or school
  • His first job was a dishwasher in a seafood restaurant
  • In only 18 months, his channel went  5 subscribers to 4 million
  • Vlog video production takes average 2 to 7 hours.
  • His favorite book is the Autobiography of Malcolm X.

Casey Neistat Quotes

“Ideas are cheap. Ideas are easy. Ideas are common. Everybody has ideas. Ideas are high, highly overvalued. Execution is all that matters.”

“Persistence and endurance will make you omnipotent.”

“I think you should dress nicely for airports. You’re surrounded by people coming from all walks of life. You should look your best.”

“I was raised on Nirvana and flannel shirts and Rage Against the Machine, and I sort of describe my youth as rebellious and always fighting the system.”

“The reason why people wear pajamas to the airport in the first place is so that they’ll be comfortable during their flight. But you know, typically, air travel is 50 to 75 percent of the time you spend traveling. The rest of the time you spend in public places like airports and around other people. That’s when looking good trumps comfort.”

“I’m not able to make amazingly perfect, precious pieces of content, but I get to make awesome spontaneous content that’s frequently ephemeral.”

 Casey Neista net worth

“I don’t keep an ongoing dribble of updates of my day, but I tell little-compartmentalized stories every day on Snapchat. I use it much more like making a movie than maintaining a diary. When people watch my 60-second clips, there’s a beginning, middle, and end.”

“I think you should dress nicely for airports. You’re surrounded by people coming from all walks of life. You should look your best.”

“Truth is so much more interesting than the fiction we’re used to.”

“I am so disappointed in Apple. I don’t even use an iPhone anymore. Their marketing sucks. It’s embarrassing. It’s just garbage.”

“I love seeing the way in which young people embrace video, and the YouTube vlogger is a fantastic phenomenon.”

“My brother Van got the computer first and showed me what it was like to edit video. I definitely credit Van with turning into filmmaking.”

“I don’t know of a more noble, a bigger deal as a filmmaker than to be a YouTube filmmaker.”

“I run 50-70 miles a week and lift five or six days. It’s my time.”

“I consider myself to be a very good skateboarder, but the difficulty when you’re being pulled behind any car when there’s only a 20-ft. lin is that you can’t see the potholes.”

“If you type ‘Salt Flats’ into YouTube, you’ll find 100 amazing videos that were shot out there, but you won’t find any that were shot in the rain.”

“I washed dishes so I could make movies. it was never a way for me to make money.”

“Troubleshooting a wiring problem is a soul-killing experience.”

“I always thought of myself as an amateur stuntman.”

“As a viewer, I care about people, I care about characters, I care about perspective.”

“I have 60-plus videos on YouTube and over 30 million views. Of those 60, only three or four are branded videos. I built that audience by telling stories the way I like to tell them.”

“I actively pursue experiences that are unlike any others that I’ve experienced and cultures that I don’t know and unfamiliar places and unfamiliar history and things like that.”

“I don’t drink much soda; I don’t buy Big Gulps, and my body mass index is right where it should be.”

“I think I’m like that nerdy dad from middle school who always has a video camera, but in the same respect, I only take it out on interesting occasions.”

 Casey Neista net worth

“I was always the guy who jumped off the roof of the garage, who could climb up the facade of a building.”

“I’m not an exhibitionist; I don’t have a compulsion to share the ins and outs of my daily life with a public audience.”

“I moved to New York City when I was 20 years old, started making movies non-stop. I didn’t have any friends, so I would just sit at home all night editing on my iMac.”

“I took my iPod to the Apple store here in Manhattan and asked them to replace the battery. And they explained to me that Apple does not offer a service to replace the battery in the iPod, and my best bet was to buy a new iPod.”

“I made a living for 10 years making very typical TV commercials. But I always wanted to reach beyond that and do stuff that people might relate to in the way they relate to my nonbranded content.”

“Pablo Picasso would paint a painting and hang it on the wall, and you would go and see the painting exactly how he wanted it to be made. But if you have an idea for a TV show, for example, you’re beholden to studios to produce it and distributors to distribute it.”

“I work in both very strict conditions and very loose, more open-minded conditions in advertising, and Nike is by far the most open-minded of all.”

“So many car commercials are shot in the Salt Flats, and so much great imagery comes out of that place, but I’ve never been there, and I’m curious.”

“I was in New York City on September 11th, and I was there for the 2003 blackout. I think in hindsight, you get a real perspective as to how unique those moments of crisis are in a place like New York City.”

“I grew up in the Northeast; I’ve seen hurricanes before and trees down and cars destroyed.”

“The reason why I’m sending my super-intellectual 12-year old kid to tech school is that I don’t believe he would succeed in this world unless he first learned to work with his hands.”

“One of my first questions when I interview prospective employees is, ‘Do you know how big a sheet of plywood is?’ Most people don’ and say they are different sizes, but it’s 4′ x 8′. Anyway, working with your hands is a very American thing that we kinda lost here, but it’s an important skill to have.”

“The idea that somebody would go to my YouTube channel and want to watch movies and then be subjected to some terrible car commercial – I don’t like that.”

“I won’t hire someone or date a girl who has not worked in a restaurant, and that’s the honest truth. I don’t think you know how it is until you’ve worked in a restaurant”

“I’ve always been an incredibly physically capable human being. I’ve always had good control of my body, walk a hundred feet on my hands, jump off rock wall and do a backflip into the sand. That’s always been who I am.”

“For all the marathons I’ve run, including the Ironmans that I’ve run, immediately after the race, I clean myself up, do whatever I need to do to make sure I’m okay, and I get right back out there, and I cheer people on. Because it’s the people who come in late in the race I find most inspiring.”

“I don’t like to run, train, in groups. But racing, it’s the groups that are most inspiring to me. I love racing with 52,000 people. I don’t like training with any more than one person. Ever.”

“I use iPod all the time, almost every day. It’s great.”

“If New Yorkers reduced portion size to 16 ounces from 20 ounces for one sugary drink every two weeks, it would collectively save approximately 2.3 million pounds over one year.”

“Almost everything looks the same at art fairs – very hygienic, very white, lots of right angles.”

“I don’t send and receive messages on Snapchat; I never have. Stories are the only feature I use. I think of them becoming a more dynamic social network, and I think it’s great.”

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