Jake Paul (Logan Paul) Bio, Age, Disney Channel and Instagram

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Jake Paul Biography

Jake Paul was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the USA as Jacob Joseph Paul. He is an American actor and Internet personality who rose to fame on the now-defunct video application Vine. Paul first came into limelight for playing the role of Dirk on the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark.

Jake Paul is also known for Airplane Mode (2018) and Dance Camp (2016). He became the first social media personality who  landed up in one of the main roles in a Disney Channel regular series titled ‘Bizaardvark’,

Jake Paul Age

Jake Joseph Paul was born on January 17, 1997, in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. He is 23 years old as of  January 2021.

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Jake Paul Family

Paul was born in Cleveland, to Pamela Ann Stepnick (née Meredith) and realtor Gregory Allan Paul. He has an elder brother by the name Logan Paul, a YouTuber. His older brother Logan claims that Jake is of English, German-Jewish, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh ancestry.

Jake Paul Girlfriend

Jake Paul started dating model Erika Costell in summer 2017, a model, singer, and YouTuber who is known for her swim, fitness. The two later separated. He later got into a relationship with Tessa Brooks a dancer, actress, model and YouTuber in 2017.  Jake Paul later dated Alissa Violet, a model, actress, and YouTube in 2016 and later parted was in 2017.

Jake Paul Brother|Logan And Jake Paul

He has an elder brother Logan Paul, an American actor and Internet personality. He first gained fame through videos shared on former Internet video service Vine, later moving to Facebook and YouTube.

Jake Paul Height

  • Height: 1.83 m

Where Does Jake Paul Live

Jake Paul currently lives in Los Angeles’ Calabasas city

Jake Paul Career

Paul began his career in September 2013 by posting videos on Vine. By the time Vine shut down, Jake Paul had 5.3 million followers and 2 billion plays on the app.
In 2015, it was announced that Paul would be starring as Dirk in Disney Channel’s new comedy series Bizaardvark.
Jake Paul at Web Summit in 2016, On January 5, 2017, Paul was among the invited guests at an event at the White House centers on social media. As a stunt for his YouTube vlog channel, he hid in a bathroom there before sneaking out of the White House at 3:30 am without being confronted by security.
On January 17, 2017, it was reported Paul had launched Team 10 with $1 million in financing to create influencer marketing management and creative agency around teen entertainment. Investors include Danhua Capital, Horizons Alpha, Vayner Capital, Sound Ventures & A-Grade Investments, and Adam Zepplin.
On May 30, 2017, Jake released a song and music video alongside Team 10, titled “It’s Everyday Bro”, which achieved over 70 million views on YouTube in its first month and has become the third most disliked video on YouTube. The song peaked at number 91 on the Billboard Hot 100 on the chart dated June 24, 2017.

Jake Paul Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $8. million.

Jake Paul Movies

Year

Title

Role

2016

Dance Camp

Lance

Mono

Dugan

Airplane Mode

Himself

Year

Title

Role

2016–2018

Bizaardvark

Dirk

2016

The Monroes

Conrad

Walk the Prank

Himself

2017

The Price Is Right

Himself

Jake Paul Vines

He rose into fame after posting videos on Vine. the now-defunct video application Vine. A short-form video hosting service where users could share six-second-long looping video clips.

Jake Paul Merch

Jake Paul wrote It’s Everyday Bro Hoodie, Hip hop music, Pop a merch single which was released 2017 featuring top 10.

Jake Paul Disney Channel

Jake Paul featured in the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark as Dirk

Jake Paul Team 10

Reports have it that On January 17, 2017, Jake Paul launched Team 10 with $1 million. and later released music and video alongside Team 10, titled “It’s Everyday Bro”, on January 17, 2017.

Jake Paul Instagram

Jake Paul Twitter

“This YouTube space and this YouTube world we live in is so crazy. It’s so fast-paced, and it can suck you dry as a person before you even realize it,” he says, speaking one-on-one to the camera.

It’s a rare, quiet format for the contentious YouTuber, who’s primarily known for his havoc-wreaking stunts and for spending a lot of his videos shouting at his 18 million subscribers to “buy dat merch.” (That said, it’s worth noting this video has eight ad breaks and lower-third popups every so often directing viewers to Paul’s shop).

“What I’ve realized is that I need to connect more with you guys and be more open,” he adds. He explains that when Jake Paul Uncut kicked off in November with an episode about his breakup with fellow YouTuber Erika Costell, it was meant to be a weekly window into his real life — a way for viewers to see a side of him they normally don’t. That included showing viewers the candid day-to-day “nightmare” of dealing with the many, many lawsuits filed against Paul and his creator collective Team 10, he says.

But after two half-hour episodes — one in November and one in December — “the Jake Paul Uncut thing became too real for a lot of the parties involved,” he explains. “A lot of the parties involved didn’t want to have that much realness or that much content about their lives out there on social media.”

Paul says he gets it. But on the other hand, “This is our lives,” he says. “We are on social media. This is who we are as people. We should be able to put it out there so other people can learn and grow from us, and see where we are emotional.”

The third episode of Jake Paul Uncut was due to drop Feb. 1, but it — and the rest of the series — has been shelved. Going forward, Paul still wants to make content that shows viewers what real life is like for him on a personal level. Doing so will involve finding people who “understand why that content can change YouTube as a platform, and understand why that content can be amazing and not just detrimental, not just ‘oh, I don’t want my life out there,’” he says.