|Net Worth:||$3 Million|
|Profession:||Social media personality|
|Date of Birth:||August 14, 1999|
|Country:||United States of America|
About Bryce Hall
At the age of 15, Bryce Hall launched his social media career on YouNow. After being bullied, he initially began live streaming in an effort to make friends. Then, in 2015, he launched his YouTube account. He had already started garnering popularity on the social media sites Vine and Musical.ly in late 2014. By the time Vine was shut down at the end of 2016, he had amassed over 30,000 followers there. His YouTube channel has 3 million subscribers, and he has 21.8 million followers on TikTok.
In 2018, Hall relocated to Los Angeles, California, where he later founded the Sway House. He was one of the social media stars highlighted in the 2019 documentary Jawline, which explored the start of his professional life and the legal troubles he had with his former manager Michael Weist.
Hall and five other social media stars moved into the Sway House, a Bel Air house owned by entertainment agency TalentX Entertainment, in January 2020. They made a commitment there to produce viral material for various social media sites, particularly TikTok. The Sway House had been discontinued, according to Michael Gruen, co-founder of TalentX and Sway House.
Hall dated TikToker Addison Rae in 2020. The next year, they split up. On his podcast, Bryce stated that he and Addison Rae are “both so different” from one another. As of January 2023, it doesn’t seem like he is publicly dating anyone.
His remark that year on “straight TikTok” and homophobia sparked debate. According to critics, Hall made fun of the LGBT community. A few minutes later, he removed the tweet, and he apologized to Twitter users.
Hall and fellow Tik Tok celebrity Jaden Hossler were both detained on drug-related charges on May 25, 2020 in Lee County, Texas. He was charged with a misdemeanor for marijuana possession, and the same day, he paid $5,000 bond. Hall and a few of his companions were shown in video obtained by TMZ in October 2020 fighting with a Cinco restaurant staff in Los Angeles.
Bryce stated to Forbes in 2020 that his merchandise sales were his main source of income: “I’m doing $1 million quarterly on merch sales.” Bryce is scheduled to get $5 million from his boxing battle against Austin McBroom and 4% of Pay-Per-View sales as soon as he enters the ring.
Hall and YouTuber Austin McBroom got into an argument on Twitter, which led to the booking of a match between them. The match’s undercard was changed into a brand-new event dubbed YouTubers vs. TikTokers on March 18, 2021, with Hall representing the TikTok team. McBroom and Hall got into a brawl on stage during the event’s press conference. Hall was defeated by TKO by McBroom on June 12, 2021. “I’m not a fighter, I never claimed to be a fighter.” Hall would say following the interview. In a later interview with Keemstar, Hall clarified that he had meant to add that he isn’t a boxer.
By simply tweeting, “I left Sway.” Bryce Hall made it known that he had left the Sway House in August 2021. It was announced in April 2022 that Hall would play the title role in Josh Stolberg’s and Ryan Kavanaugh’s Proxima Studios-produced horror movie Skill House.