See How These 10 YouTube Personalities Make Millions


Once upon a time, YouTube was just another Internet platform where people can share videos and ideas. However, times have changed, and today, it seems that the video site is fast becoming its own version of an avenue of stars.

There may even be reason to think that some YouTubers are even bigger stars than Hollywood film and TV artists!

Forbes recently posted a list of the top YouTube millionaires. Which ones do you have a subscription to?

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Subscribers: 39.9 Million
Revenue: $12 Million

Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, or PewDiePie to his fans, is best known for his hilarious video game commentaries. Yes, you basically just watch his reactions while playing on a console.


Subscribers: 21.3 Million
Revenue: $8.5 Million

Ian Andrew Hecox and Anthony Padilla are known as the comedy duo Smosh. They have gotten so big that they actually had their own movie, Smosh: The Movie, which hit theaters last July 2015.

Fine Brothers

Subscribers: 7.1 Million
Revenue: $8.5 Million

Benny Fine and Rafi Fine, better known by YouTube users as the Fine Brothers, are the masterminds behind the highly successful React videos (Kids React, Teens React, Elders React, and YouTubers React).

Lindsey Stirling

Subscribers: 7.1 Million
Revenue: $6 Million

Beautiful and talented, Lindsey Stirling is a Mormon violinist who became popular when she started sharing virtuoso violin playing while dancing and performing. It’s almost magical.

Rhett & Link

Subscribers: 3.8 Million
Revenue: $4.5 Million

Even engineers can be big on YouTube. After the pair graduated from college and quit their jobs, they went on to upload comedy videos via their Rhett and Link channel.

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