Andrew Cameron Schulz’s current net worth is estimated to be around $4 million. He is an American stand-up comedian, actor, podcaster, and television producer. He has an estimated $1 million+ annual salary as reported by Celebrity Net Worth, as of 2023.
He is widely recognized for his no-holds-barred style of stand-up comedy. Apart from that, Schulz is also known for his controversial Flagrant 2 podcast, MTV’s Guy Code and spinoffs, and The Brilliant Idiots podcast.
Schulz has his own Netflix special, “Schulz saves America,” and has acted in various films. He is also accredited with directing and producing his miniseries “Flagrant 2: Greatest NFL Story Never Told,” and writing the 2019 TV special “Blowing the Light.”
Schulz is considered one of the most social media savvy comedians in the world today. Staying true to his personality, the comedian has amassed millions solely from his ability to make people laugh using his straightforward and street-smart humor. Schulz has also won a Primetime Emmy Award.
He is also the recipient of the Directors Guild of Canada team award for the feature film “My Awkward Sexual Adventure". Andrew was the most-viewed standup comedian on YouTube in 2018 and 2019, averaging over four million+ views per week. Movies and TV shows aside, he also has a number one song/album on the “Billboard” Comedy Albums chart, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, and Google Play comedy charts. He is renowned for his marketing genius as a comedian.
Being a stand-up comedian, the primary source of income and a vast majority of Schulz’s net worth comes from his YouTube channel, The Andrew Schulz.
Schulz started the channel in 2009 and has now amassed over 1.93 million subscribers with a massive 100+ million views of his material, and it is estimated that the YouTube channel on its own is worth somewhere around $612,000.
On average, The Andrew Schulz YouTube channel gets about 85.1k views every day. YouTubers earn an average of between $3 to $7 per thousand video views if their videos are monetized. It is safe to assume that The Andrew Schulz channel generates an estimated $10.21k in ad revenue a month and $153.18k a year. On top of his YouTube revenue, he reportedly makes $40k to $50k from sponsorship, affiliate programs, and his podcasts.
Patreon is a service that helps content creators raise money and monetize their craft. Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh’s unfiltered Flagrant 2 podcast became the number one comedy Patreon in 2020. Their Patreon was set up in 2018 and over the course of four years has gained 21,477 Patrons helping them earn $100,035 per month, and it is estimated that Schulz earns $1 million per year.
Schulz has been dominating the New York stand-up scenes for well over a decade now. He was a regular at the Comedy Village but grabbed international attention when he debuted at the 2008 Edinburgh Comedy Festival. In 2017, he self-produced and edited his first special titled, “4:4:1” and released it on YouTube immediately followed by his comedy album, “5:5:1” in 2018.
The success of the album and the special helped him gain countless subscribers following which he decided to do his first stand-up tour in 2020. Depending on where he is performing, an average ticket can go for $40-$60 for a live show while VIP tickets are sold at $1,000 based on how prominent the location is.
In 2021, Schulz signed up with 800 Pound Gorilla Records to release two of his EPs, ‘Views from the Cis' and 'Brilliant Idiot,' for an undisclosed amount.
Despite mainstream media’s reluctance to cover the R-rated and politically incorrect comedian, streaming giants Netflix have often relied on Schulz’s creativity. In 2020, Netflix ordered a four-part comedy series from Schulz, where the New Yorker discusses the most divisive topics from 2020 - Pandemics, Predators, Protests & Presidents.
As mentioned earlier, Schulz has been writing and hosting for TV giants like Netflix, Amazon, MTV2, etc. for what seems like ages now. Apart from writing gigs with Amazon, IFC, and other independent producers, Schulz first gained attention for his unapologetic and unabashed personality when he became the host of MTVs’ Guy Code.
By 2013, it was MTV's most-watched original Tv-series and was in its third season. It is estimated that Schulz earned an estimated $2+ million for hosting 63 episodes over the course of five seasons from one show. He has been involved in over 20 shows, eight movies, three comedy specials, and two comedy albums over the course of his career although his contract details are unknown.
Despite his staggering net worth, Andrew Schulz does not really seem to live an extravagant life. With details about his assets relatively unknown, you might mistake him for a regular joe in spite of his sky-rocketing popularity. However, it is a known fact that due to reluctance from mainstream media, Schulz was forced to self-produce, shoot and edit his comedy specials that were uploaded for free on his YouTube. The cost for each was roughly somewhere between $25,000-$30,000 as told by Schulz himself.
A. Yes, Andrew Schulz was a part of Wild N Out: Wildest Moments in 2013.
A. Yes, Andrew Schulz got married to Emma Turner in December 2021 a year after their engagement.
A. Yes, Andrew Schulz is a millionaire with an estimated net worth of $4-5 million.
A. Schulz Saves America ruffled quite a few feathers with numerous people complaining about how racist and derogatory it was to the Asian community. On the other hand, some viewers welcomed the unfiltered jokes and praised the series for testing the boundaries with its writing. However, to deem Andrew Schulz racist on the basis of jokes he made in his special is a little harsh.