Kassem G

About Kassem G

Who is it?: Internet Personality, Comedian, Actor
Birth Day: October 10, 1983
Birth Place: Jordan, United States
Birth Sign: Scorpio
Occupation: Internet personality, comedian, actor
Years active: 2008–present
Home town: Newbury Park, California, United States
Web alias(es): KassemG
Web hosting service(s): YouTube

Kassem G Net Worth

Kassem G was born on October 10, 1983 in Jordan, United States, is Internet Personality, Comedian, Actor. Kassem Gharaibeh, renowned by his stage name Kassem G, is an American actor, comedian and YouTube personality who rose to fame with his YouTube channel ‘KassemG’. He stepped into the world of entertainment as a stand-up comedian performing in small venues while working with chain retailer ‘Best Buy’. He was inspired to create videos for YouTube after one of the videos of his friend Cory Williams went viral online. This encouraged him to make videos for YouTube and in that pursuit he gave up his ten years old retail job to pay full-time attention to such endeavour. He created the YouTube channel ‘KassemG’ and started uploading videos including the ones on sketch comedy and interviews. Some of his notable webseries include ‘Street Music’, ‘Going Deep’ and ‘California On’ that garnered him immense fame and popularity earning millions of subscriptions and views over the years. He is one of the founders of the American multi-channel network ‘Makers Studios’ that is presently a subsidiary of ‘The Walt Disney Company’. He created another YouTube channel ‘KassemGTwo’ where initially he posted the videos of his new series ‘AsKassem’. He won the ‘Streamy Award’ in 2013.
Kassem G is a member of YouTubers

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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In June 2011 and January 2012, he guest hosted the popular web series Equals Three, created by Ray william Johnson. In 2011, he co-starred in the YouTube film, Agents of Secret Stuff starring Ryan Higa as Mr. Anderson.


He won the 2013 Streamy Award for Best Host, beating out four other nominees including Larry King.


In 2009, he co-founded Maker Studios along with Shay Butler and Lisa Donovan. On March 24, 2014, Maker Studios accepted a buyout offer from The Walt Disney Company for $500 million, rising to $950 million if financial milestones were met.