Eugene Lee Yang Net Worth
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Eugene Lee Yang Wiki Biography
Eugene Lee Yang was born on the 18th January 1986, in Pflugerville, Texas USA, and is a YouTube star, best known to the world for his work at Buzzfeed Motion Pictures as a producer, writer, director and actor as well. He has created several documentaries, including the “Try Guys” (2014-2017), among others.
Have you ever wondered how rich Eugene Lee is, as of late 2017? Authoritative sources have estimated that thanks to his success in the entertainment industry, Eugene counts his net worth at over $700,000.
Eugene Lee Yang Net Worth $700,000
Though having Korean roots, and being quite connected with the Asian community, Eugene has also nurtured his American side. He grew up in his hometown of Pflugerville with his two sisters, then after finishing high school, Eugene enrolled at the University of Southern California from which he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in cinematic arts/production, with a 4.0 GPA.
He suffered bullying throughout his educational years, which largely effected his later career, as he would often cover the topic of bullying in his videos. He joined Buzzfeed Motion Pictures in 2014, having already come a long way, starting with the short film “Ma Cité, mon Histoire”, which he directed, wrote and produced, and continuing with several more short films, including “I Am Not a Princess” (2010), “Larmoyant” and “Wandering Star” both in 2012, “Serenata” (2013), while in 2014 he directed, wrote and produced “Comfort Girls”, and “If Disney Princesses Were Real”, all of which increased his wealth to a large degree.
Thanks to his early success, Eugene became a part of the Buzzfeed Motion Pictures, and immediately in 2014 got his first screen appearance, as himself in the TV series “The Try Guys” (2014-2017), next to Keith Habersberger and Zach Kornfeld. Most recently, he has also been appointed as producer as well as host of the TV comedy series “Squad Wars” (2017), together with his “The Try Guys” co-stars.
He has also amassed a fair number of followers on YouTube, on which he has posted numerous videos under BuzzFeed channel. Aside from YouTube, this young filmmaker is also known on Instagram, where has more than 660,000 followers, which has also helped add to his wealth.
He has showcased his talents at several festivals and contests, including the LG Fame US contest, where he won the grand prize, and the Male Breakout Star at the Unforgettable Awards, while he was also presented with the “Digital Pioneer Award” for Buzzfeed Motion pictures at the San Diego Asian Film Festival.
Regarding his personal life, Eugene is a supporter of an LGBT community, and is also active representing and defending his Asian culture, and often speaks against stereotypes that other people have about Asians. Though a supporter of LGBT, it has been stated by Yang that he is actually unisexual.
|Full Name||Eugene Lee Yang|
|Date Of Birth||January 18, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Pflugerville, Texas, United States|
|Education||University of Southern California|
|Squad Wars||2017||TV Series executive producer - 6 episodes|
|If Disney Princesses Were Real||2014||Video short producer|
|Comfort Girls||2014||Short producer|
|Wandering Star||2012||Short producer|
|I Am Not a Princess||2010||Short executive producer|
|Ma cité, mon histoire||2009||Short producer|
|If Disney Princesses Were Real||2014||Video short|
|I Am Not a Princess||2010||Short|
|Ma cité, mon histoire||2009||Short|
|I Am Not a Princess||2010||Short|
|If Disney Princesses Were Real||2014||Video short writer|
|Comfort Girls||2014||Short writer|
|I Am Not a Princess||2010||Short writer|
|Ma cité, mon histoire||2009||Short co-writer|
|Rosy Takes the Stage||2009||Short choreographer|
|Squad Wars||2017||TV Series||Himself - Host|