Ryan Higa Nigahiga Net Worth Wiki, Height, Biography, Wife, Children And Early Life

Ryan Higa Nigahiga Net Worth

Ryan Higa Nigahiga Net Worth: Ryan Higa is an American YouTube celebrity, actor, comedian and producer of Japanese descent who has a net worth of $10 million. Ryan Higa, also known by his YouTube name New Higa, born June 6, 1990 in Hilo, Hawaii, attended Waiakea High School where he was a wrestler.

Higa is an alumnus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he studied filmmaking. He competed in judo and earned a black belt. Higa is best known for creating his popular and well-known YouTube channel, New Higa. Ryan started the channel with his friends Sean Fujiyoshi, Tim Enos and Tarynn Nago (collectively “The Yabo Crew”), but since moving to Las Vegas for UNLV, most of his videos have been made solo of. Higa and Fujiyoshi started posting videos of themselves at Waiakea High School on YouTube in mid-2006. In these videos, the pair sing a duet song. It wasn’t long before they branched out beyond songs with many other comedies. His friends are occasionally guests. His YouTube comedy videos have been viewed over 3.8 billion times. As of August 2018, Higa’s YouTube channel, New Higa, with more than 21 million subscribers. From 2009 to 2011, his YouTube channel was the most subscribed channel for 677 consecutive days. He started his own production company called Ryan Higa Production Company. Higa created a parody K-pop group called Boys General Asian in 2016. As an actor, he starred in the 2016 movie “Tell Me How I Died”. Higa was nominated for three Streamy Awards and a Young Hollywood Award.

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