Dave Rubin’s Net Worth in 2023: How Wealthy Is American Comedian Actually?
Dave Rubin is a well-known American stand-up comedian, television host, and political commentator. He is best known for his work on The Rubin Report podcast, which he has hosted since 2013. Many people are curious to know just how much money Dave Rubin has accumulated over the years. In this article, we will be taking a look at what is Dave Rubin’s net worth. We’ll also be exploring what sources of income have contributed to his growing wealth and success.
Who is David Rubin?
David Joshua Rubin was born in June 1976 and is a conservative political commentator in the United States. He is the creator and host of The Rubin Report, a YouTube and BlazeTV-based political talk show. Initiated in 2013, his show was a part of the TYT Network until 2015, when he left due partly to growing ideological differences. Rubin has previously hosted LGBT-themed talk shows, such as The Ben and Dave Show from 2007 to 2008 and The Six Pack from 2009 to 2012. Rubin is the author of two books.
What Is Dave Rubin’s Net Worth?
According to Celebrity Networth, American political commentator, YouTube personality, and talk show host, Dave Rubin has a $14 million net worth. He is best known as the host and creator of the BlazeTV and YouTube-broadcasting conservative political talk show “The Rubin Report.” Rubin has hosted television programs like The Ben and Dave Show and The Sixpack.
In 1998, Rubin began his comedy career in New York City by performing stand-up and attending open-mic nights. He interned at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart in 1999.
In 2000, Rubin continued his career at the Comedy Cellar in New York City. Later that year, he collaborated with other Comedy Cellar comedians to create a public-access television series, The Anti-Show, secretly filmed at NBC’s 30 Rockefeller Plaza studios. In 2002, he co-founded several comedy clubs in New York City, including Joe Franklin’s Comedy Club and The Comedy Company in Times Square, where he performed stand-up until 2007.
The here! Television network adapted two of his podcasts, Hot Gay Comics and The Ben and Dave Show, into television series. Rubin co-created and co-hosted the podcast The Six Pack in May 2009. From October 2011 to December 2012, Sirius XM Radio broadcasts The Six Pack as a live talk show. In early September 2012, Rubin, while working for Sirius XM, created his own YouTube channel titled “Rubin Report.”
The Rubin Report
Rubin began his solo show, The Rubin Report, in early 2013. The Rubin Report was published for the first time by The Young Turks. During this time, Rubin hosted and commented on several of their other programs. This was the case until 2015 when Rubin’s disagreements with the network led to his departure from The Young Turks’ network. The Rubin Report debuted on RYOT in 2015 and later moved to Ora TV before Rubin decided to work independently on YouTube in June 2016.
The Rubin Report reached a significant milestone in May 2019 when the YouTube channel surpassed 200 million views, and the program is now available on Blaze TV. The same year, Rubin’s YouTube channel surpassed one million subscribers, earning him the YouTube Gold Creator Award.
The Rubin Report continues to explore controversial and thought-provoking subjects such as religion, atheism, foreign policy, and the function of governments. On The Ruben Report, he has had numerous prominent guests, including Ben Shapiro, Larry King, Jordan Peterson, Bob Saget, John McCain, Sam Harris, etc. Rubin became an author in 2020, publishing his first book, “Don’t Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Irrationality.”
In 2006, Rubin came out as gay; he has referred to this as his “defining moment.” He became engaged to producer David Janet in December 2014. The wedding took place on August 27, 2015. Rubin and Janet announced they were expecting two children via surrogacy on March 16, 2022. In August, a son named Justin Jordan entered the world. In October, their second son was born. He once described himself as an agnostic or an atheist, but in December 2019, he stated that he was no longer an atheist.
In August 2020, Dave and his husband David paid slightly more than $5 million for a home in the Los Angeles suburb of Encino. In November 2021, they placed this residence on the market for less than $6.4 million. They previously resided in a nearby home that Dave purchased for $1.5 million in 2016 and sold for $1.8 million in 2020.