Cody Ko Net Worth

With over 6-million subscribers on his YouTube channel, Cody Ko is easily one of the most successful Canadian YouTubers. It is no surprise that so many people are eager to know how much he is worth. 

Cody Ko has an estimated net worth of around $6 million. He has earned most of this through his YouTube channel, by way of ads appearing on his videos, sponsors, merchandise, and other ventures with his friend and fellow YouTuber, Noel Miller.

In this article, we’re going to dive further into his net worth to give fans an inside peek at Cody Ko’s lifestyle, as well as look at how he’s managed to build up this impressive fortune.

Overview

Cody Michael Kolodziejzyk, better known as Cody Ko, is a Canadian YouTuber, podcaster, comedian, and rapper. He was born on November 22nd, 1990 in Calgary, Alberta.

His father, Greg, has held multiple world records in cycling and pedal boating.

Cody has a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Duke University and created the popular iPhone app “I’d Cap That” during his studies.

After gaining over 4 million users in a few months, it was named the App Store’s Free App of the Week in May 2012. The application was later acquired by Iddiction for an undisclosed fee.

Cody worked as a senior iOS developer thereafter before he eventually blew up in popularity on Vine and started building his online brand.

Cody is currently engaged to Kelsey Kreppel, a preschool teacher and fellow YouTuber, and the couple has been together since 2017. They have a dog, who is often present in their videos.

Career

Cody Ko managed to get his start on Vine. He was one of the top comedians on the platform before it got shut down. He was able to use Vine to build a following and then transition that into a successful YouTube career.

Cody often collaborates with other popular YouTubers and streamers, like Kurtis Conner, Danny Gonzalez, Ludwig, etc.

Before he became a popular internet celebrity, he initially set out on in the tech industry.

iOS App

Cody Ko is the creator of “I’d Cap That”, an iPhone app that allows users to add humorous captions to photographs. He developed the app while he was studying computer science at Duke University.

The app quickly gained popularity and was soon acquired by Iddiction for an undisclosed fee.

YouTube

For Cody Ko’s main YouTube channel, he has amassed over 5.8 million subscribers and his videos have been viewed over 1.3 billion times.

These days his content is mainly in the form of humorous commentary videos. But when the channel was started on 30th May 2014, it was mainly longer versions of his vine skits.

Cody Ko is active across a number of YouTube channels, and often features as a guest on other popular channels that have a similar audience, while those channels feature on his channel then oftentimes as well.

The most popular series was his cringe series which looked at cringy videos with his friend and fellow YouTuber Noel Miller.

The pair no longer seem to be doing the cringe videos together (working together on numerous other projects) and now Cody hosts the cringe videos with his fiancee, Kelsey Kreppel.

Cody & Ko

In August 2017, Cody Ko created a second channel for vlogs and other content that didn’t quite suit his main audience entirely.

This channel is called Cody & Ko, and has amassed over 1.4 million subscribers as well, and has over 100 million views.

While it was initially used for content that didn’t quite fit, his commentary videos on his main channel these days often are quite similar to the Cody & Ko channel videos.

Tiny Meat Gang

Cody Ko is one half of the Tiny Meat Gang podcast, which he co-hosts with Noel Miller. The podcast has been incredibly successful and won the Shorty Award for best podcast in 2019.

The duo has released over 230 episodes of the podcast since it started in October 2017.

They’ve also released a number of comedy rap songs that have been met with a mixed reception.

The Tiny Meat Gang (TMG) signed with Arista Records in 2019, one of Sony’s 4 flagship record labels.

The Real Bros of Simi Valley

Cody Ko is a regular on the show, The Real Bros of Simi Valley. It’s a scripted show that is a parody of Jersey Shore and The Real Housewives.

Its first season was on YouTube, but it has since been taken on by Facebook.

The show stars another famous internet celebrity that made his name on YouTube, Jimmy Tatro, who also is the executive producer and writer of the show (along with Christian A. Pierce).

How much money does Cody Ko make on YouTube?

Cody Ko has over 5.8 million subscribers on his main channel and over 1.3 billion views on his videos over the lifetime of his channel.

The majority of his views come from his commentary reaction videos, notably his “THAT’S CRINGE” series. These videos are over 10 minutes in length and are more advertiser-friendly than your average prank video, which means they can earn more (which is why this is a popular video type for established creators.

With 1.3 billion views, Cody Ko has made around $6.5 million dollars from YouTube Ads appearing on his videos. This does not include money he has earned from merchandise, sponsors, and other ventures.

On his second channel (Cody & Ko), Cody Ko has around 100 million views, which would have brought in approximately an additional $520,000 over the lifetime of that channel. Once again this is only from YouTube Adsense and does not take sponsors and other revenue sources into account.

On average, Cody Ko gets around 1.5 million views per video on his main channel, which means he earns approximately $7,500 per video from YouTube AdSense alone.

Monthly he gets around 15 million views to his main channel, earning him around $75,000 per month (or $900,000 annually) only from the ads appearing on his videos.

With his other revenue sources, like video sponsors, custom limited edition merch, and tours, we can estimate that he’s earning over $2 million annually from his online endeavors.

Cody Ko Net Worth

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Real Estate

Cody Ko is not known to flash his property all too often, but what he has revealed is his lavish home with Kelsey Kreppel in the trendy L.A. neighborhood of Venice Beach.

It’s not quite as extreme as the “Most expensive house in the world“, but at $3.8 million, it has all the luxuries a successful entrepreneur can call for, while still being close to the beach so Cody can always hit the waves if the surf is just right.

The almost 4,000 square foot property contains three levels of living space and has a guest studio, as well as a rooftop balcony to enjoy views over the surrounding neighborhood.

Achievements

Cody Ko (and the Tiny Meat Gang) have won numerous awards and achievements over the years, here are some of the most notable:

  • 2019 Shorty Award winner for the best podcast (with Noel Miller for TMG)
  • 3x Gold YouTube Play Buttons (Creator Awards) – One shared with Noel Miller for TMG
  • 1x Silver YouTube Play Button for his channel “Insanely Chill”
  • Nominated for the Shorty Award for YouTuber of the Year in 2018
  • 3x Streamy Award nominations
  • 6x YouTube videos with over 20 million views each

Final thoughts on Cody Ko’s net worth

Cody Ko is estimated to have a net worth of around $6 million, which he has earned primarily from his online endeavors.

His YouTube channels have brought in the vast majority of his income, however, he has also made money from merchandise sales, sponsorships, and tours.

Cody Ko is a successful entrepreneur and content creator that has found immense success online. He is an inspiration to many up-and-coming YouTubers and proof that you can make a great living by being yourself and creating content that you’re passionate about.

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