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Charles Trippy Wiki/Biography
Charles Pual Trippy III was born on the 2nd September 1984, in Sarasota, Florida USA, of Italian, American and German ancestry, and is best known for being a YouTube personality, posting daily his vlogs about his personal life. He is also known for owning several YouTube channels – Skit Channel, CTFxC, and Trippy, and is the creator of the web series entitled “Internet Killed Television”. Besides that, he is also known for being a musician. His career has been active since 2005.
So, have you ever wondered how rich is Charles Trippy? According to authoritative sources, as of early 2016 it has been estimated that Charles’ net worth is over $1 million, which has been accumulated mostly through his careers as a vlogger and musician in the entertainment industry. Obviously, he is a very talented young person who will likely increase his fortune over time.
Charles Trippy Net Worth $1 Million
Charles Trippy spent his childhood with his sister in Bradenton, Florida, alongside his parents Charles ‘Chaz’ Trippy II, a musician who played drumsin the Gregg Allman band during the 1970s, and Marlene Trippy. He went to Lakewood Ranch High School, after which he enrolled at the University of South Florida, from which he graduated in Communications.
Charles began his career in 2006, when he first created his own YouTube channel. Ever since then he has become rather popular, and one of the most famous YouTubers. In 2008 he created another channel, entitled “CTFxC”, on which he started uploading videos of his daily life, which became popular in no time. Videos also featured his then girlfriend and later wife Allison “Alli” Speed, and contributed to establishing his net worth. Furthermore, Charles is the holder of the Guinness World Record for most consecutive personal videos uploaded to YouTube, which increased his net worth by a large margin.
While the show lasted, his relationship with Allison fell apart, which was also screened in the videos, and it certainly added to the popularity, and by that to his net worth. The two separated in April 2014, and she was replaced with Allie “Wes” Wesenberg in May the same year.
Thanks to his witty mind, Charles has been featured in several other YouTube shows, such as “Prank House”, “The Elevator Show”, “Prank Vs Prank”, “The Annoying Orange”, “ShayTards”, and “YouTubers React”, which has also added somewhat to the overall size of his net worth.
Apart from his successful career as a vlogger, Charles has also been recognized as a musician. Starting in 2010, he was a part of the band called Suspense Thriller, thenthe following year Charles became the bassist of the band We The Kings, whose members he has known from childhood. This has also benefited his net worth.
If to talk about his personal life, Charles Trippy was married to Allison ‘Alli’ Speed from 2008 to 2014. Later in the same year, he started dating Allie Marie Wesenberg, and they announced their engagement in early 2016; their current residence is in Tampa, Florida. Additional to his career, Charles is active across many of the most popular social networks, including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. In 2013, Charles announced through his vlog that he had been diagnosed with a brain tumor, and since then has had numerous chemotherapy sessions; currently his health is improving.
|Full Name||Internet Killed Television|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 2, 1984|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Miscellaneous Crew|
|Parents||Marlene Trippy, Charles Trippy|
|Awards||Shorty Award for Humor, Shorty Award for Travel|
|Music Groups||We The Kings|
|Nominations||Teen Choice Award for Choice Web Star, Shorty Award for Video Blogger|
|TV Shows||Internet Killed Television|
|1||Tampa Bay, Florida |
|Ruin the Internet Comedy||2011||TV Series||Charles / Sub-Zero, Sr. / Martin|
|The Annoying Orange||2010||TV Series||Lemon|
|The Station||2009||TV Series||Charles Trippy|
|The Fizz||2006||TV Series||Guest|
|In the Grove||2012||Short crew|
|YouTubers React||2013-2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Elders React||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|We Gotta Get Buscemi||2009||Documentary||Charles Trippy|
|Attack of the Show!||2007||TV Series|
|YouTube: Broadcast Themselves||2012||Documentary short||Himself|