The six-year-old is the host of Ryan ToysReview - a popular toy-review channel on YouTube - and is now a multi-millionaire! In the beginning, Ryan ToysReview was not doing a great business until a July 2015 video went viral. Ryan checking the toy box with over 100 toys has close to 800 million viewers.
The raw estimate of $11 million tied Ryan ToysReview with the YouTube comedy stalwart Smosh for eighth place on the Forbes list.
The video platform earned $169 million from June 2016 through June 2017.
"He loves Cars, Trains, Thomas and friends, Lego, Superheroes, Disney toys, open surprise eggs, play doh, Pixar Disney cars, Disney Planes, monster trucks, minions, playtime at the fun, family fun adventure and so much more!".
Similarly, four of the top richest vloggers are video gamers who began small but soon stumbled upon an eager audience.
His channel was launched in March 2015 when Ryan was three, and it now has more than 10 million followers.
His popular YouTube site reads: "Toys Review for kids by a kid!"
Though all remarkable in their own right-even if watching someone else play video games while delivering a running commentary isn't your thing-there is one person on the list that stands out from the crowd of mostly 20-something men.
There is a thread that unites every YouTuber in the top 10: humour.
While most six-year-olds are busy playing dress-ups and watching cartoons, one United States kindergartener is raking in millions by reviewing toys online. "By comparison, PewDiePie scored 2.71 billion views at a rate of 9.3 million views per day, 386,861 views per hour, 6,448 views per minute, and 107 views per second during the same time frame", said TubeFilter. She said they will continue to do the videos as long as Ryan enjoys making them and it doesn't disrupt his daily routine. The channel now has 10 million subscribers.