Lilly Singh Net Worth

Lilly Singh Net Worth

How Much Is Lilly Singh's Net Worth?

Lilly Singh is a famous YouTube Personality, Comedian, Actress, Author and Motivational Speaker with a net worth of $20 Million and a Salary of $8 Million. She is most known as "IISuperwomanII" all over the web who uploads videos by parodying her Punjabi culture.

Lilly has earned success and net worth in her career from being a successful Youtuber followed by being a famous and entertaining host for Talk Shows. She is currently hosting an NBC Talk show and also executive producer for the show named "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" an NBC talk show.

Quick Facts About Lilly Singh

Lilly Singh's Net Worth$20 Million
Salary$8 Million
Age33 years old
Date of Birth26 September 1988
Place of BirthScarborough, Toronto
Height5 ft 5 in
ProfessionComedian, Motivational Speaker, Musician

Wiki, Early Life And Social Medias

Lilly Singh is a Canadian who was born on September 26th of 1988. She was born in Scarborough, Toronto, Canada, and was raised by Sikh parents. Lilly's parents Malvindar Kaur and Sukvindar emigrated from Hoshiarpur, Punjab, India.

Lilly was a tomboy from an early age. She was active from her childhood days and became a Girl Guide in her early days where she participated in their youth programs. She graduated from Mary Shadd Public School High School and then Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Institute in 2006. It was then followed by attending York University in Toronto in 2010, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Shortly after her education, in 2010, she decided to launch a YouTube channel as "IISuperwomanII". She has over 14.7 million subscribers on her channel as of 2022. She has received over 3.36 billion total views.

Lilly is also much active on Instagram with 11million followers where she entertains her followers with her feed. She is active on Facebook and Twitter both with 5.4 million subscribers.

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Net worth and Career

Lilly Singh launched her YouTube channel in 2010 and since then she has been successful to accumulate 14.7 million subscribers with over 3 billion total views. It was reported that Singh earned $10.5 million just from her channel which has made her one of the highest-paid personalities on YouTube. She has a net worth of $20 Million according to Celebrity Net Worth.

The Youtuber went on a world tour called "A Trip to Unicorn Island" in 2015, where she performed her singing, dancing, music performances, and comedy. This has given her a big income. She has also appeared in multiple films. She had her notable roles in "Ice Age: Collision Course", "Bad Moms", and "Riverdance: The Animated Adventure".

Lilly has also popped up in television series like "America’s Got Talent", "The Simpsons", "Fahrenheit 451", and "The Price is Right" which has added a fortunate amount in her worth.

She is also the author of the book titled "How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life" in 2017 which reached No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list. After Comedy, Acting and Host, Lilly is a known Motivational Speaker.

She was also the ambassador for Pantene shampoo in 2017. The star has partnered with brands like Coke, Skittles, TD, and Calvin Klein which made her revenue increase.

Relationship and Personal Life

The famous YouTuber is single at present. She has dated Palestinian-American YouTuber Yousef Erakat several years ago, and she hasn't been in any serious relationships since then. She came out as bisexual in 2019.

Lilly has faced some controversial moments in her life amidst accusations of cultural appropriation. She tends to portray or imitate black people in a questionable manner, sporting cornrows and chains while speaking in a very stereotypical manner. She answered her mannerisms as a result of her upbringing and childhood experiences in Scarborough.

Interesting Facts About Lilly Singh

  • Lilly Singh became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2017.
  • Lilly has devoted a significant portion of her time to fighting for children's rights.
  • She traveled to South Africa to talk to elementary school students about the dangers of bullying and classroom violence in 2018.
  • Singh has also created her own campaign called "GirlLove" which was established with a aim to end bullying among girls.