L.A. Beast Net Worth

L.A. Beast was born on January 06, 1984 in Ridgewood, New Jersey, USA, United States, is Competitive Eater, YouTuber. Kevin Thomas Strahle, or L.A. Beast, as he is better known online, is a professional competitive eater, YouTuber, and social media celebrity from New Jersey. The tall and well-built man has twice been ranked among the world’s top professional eaters. He rose to prominence after receiving positive responses for performing the ‘Milk Chugging Challenge’ in a YouTube video. This motivated him to create his own YouTube channel in 2010. Since then, he has amassed over 263 million total views and 1.8 million subscribers on the channel. He has 60.2k, 99.2k, and 174k followers on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook respectively. He also holds several Guinness World Records. Due to his ever-increasing popularity on the internet and beyond, he has made appearances on the TV shows ‘Tosh. O.’, ‘The Today Show Australia’, and ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’. He is affiliated with Fullscreen network, which is owned by Otter Media.
L.A. Beast is a member of YouTubers

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Competitive Eater, YouTuber
Birth Day January 06, 1984
Birth Place Ridgewood, New Jersey, USA, United States
Birth Sign Aquarius
Residence Ridgewood, New Jersey
Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Weight 250 lb (113 kg)
Website www.labeast.com
Also known as L.A. Beast KevLAbeast labeast62 skippy62able
Years active 2010 – present
Genre Competitive eating Extreme challenges comedy vlogging
Subscribers 2.0 million subscribers (January 2018)
Total views 303 million views (January 2018)
Network Fullscreen
Catchphrase(s) Have a good day! Okay.
Play buttons Play buttons 100,000 subscribers 2013 1,000,000 subscribers 2015 100,000 subscribers20131,000,000 subscribers2015

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Strahle was born on January 6, 1984 and grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey.


After high school, Strahle was recruited to play football for the Fordham Rams of Fordham University in New York. In his four years on the team, he started on the offensive line in almost every game for the 2004-2006 seasons.


In 2008, Strahle moved to Los Angeles and obtained a job working for Pepsi. After two years of Service, he quit after a manager told him he wasn't "persistent enough" to be a salesman within PepsiCo. That criticism would later drive him to spearhead the 'Bring Back Crystal Pepsi' campaign.


While Strahle was in Los Angeles, he uploaded his first YouTube video where he performed a milk chugging challenge. Noticing the positive response the video received, he started his own channel under the user name "skippy62able" on August 7, 2010. Having completed Fatburger's XXXL burger challenge, Strahle's roommate commented that he was 'a beast' for finishing it so fast. Starting in 2011, Strahle would often refer to himself as either "Beast" or "L.A. Beast", eventually choosing the latter as his official nickname.


In November 2011, Strahle competed in his first professional eating contest at the Wild Turkey 81 Eating World Championship in New York City.


In June 2012, Strahle consumed 25 hot dogs in 10 minutes at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest qualifier in Cleveland, Ohio. Though Strahle lost to eating veteran Crazy Legs Conti, he was beaten by only a quarter of a hot dog.


On December 8, 2015, Pepsi announced the re-release of Crystal Pepsi in a limited quantity sweepstakes. On June 2016, Pepsi announced that Crystal Pepsi will be released in the US on August 8, 2016 for an eight-week run.


In February 2016, Strahle competed at Wing Bowl 24 where he ate a cactus live on stage. To qualify for the competition, Strahle ate 24 raw eggs in under four minutes.


On May 12, 2017, Strahle broke two additional Guinness World Records for both the most powdered doughnuts eaten in 3 minutes, and the record for fastest time to drink a 32-ounce bottle (0.95 l) of pure maple syrup. The previous record for most powdered doughnuts eaten in 3 minutes was 6 doughnuts, set by Shamus Petherick of Australia. It was beaten when Strahle managed to consume 9 whole doughnuts in the same amount of time. For the second record, Strahle drank 32 US fluid ounces (0.95 l) of pure maple syrup in 10.84 seconds, beating the former record of 26 seconds.