Dylan Lemay is an American YouTuber and social media influencer. He is known for his "work stories" commentary in the background of his videos. His videos primarily revolve around making ice cream and serving it to customers. One of his popular tropes is throwing ice cream in the air and catching it inside cups or cones, which garnered him a massive following.
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He is also recognized for his mini food videos that he shares on his “DylanLemay” TikTok account. His videos have earned him over 11 million followers on the platform. The video of himself making lucky charms flavored ice cream has received over 97 million views since it was uploaded to YouTube in April, 2021.
|Date Of Birth (Age)||September 3, 1996, 25 years old|
|Net Worth||<$1 million|
|Followers||Instagram - 309k|
|TikTok - 11.2 million|
|YouTube - 3.5 million|
At 15, Lemay began working at the Cold Stone Creamery and continued to work for close to 8 years in different roles like store manager in Springfield, Missouri Area, and cake decorator in the Allen Park Michigan area. An artist he followed on Instagram convinced him to start making TikTok videos. He debuted on TikTok in February 2020, and has since then gained a massive following for his ice cream and mini food videos on his account.
Lemay then moved on to YouTube, where he already had a channel created in January, 2013. He uploaded his first video on December 22, 2020, seeing his rising popularity on TIkTok and Instagram. He began making Q&A shorts, answering questions asked by his fans. One of his popular tropes is throwing ice cream into the air and catching it inside cups or cones, which garnered him a massive following. He became one of the fastest growing YouTubers in 2021. Lemay used this popularity to quit his job and he currently travels around working at various different restaurants and Cold Stones.
Most of Dylan's videos are short POV videos of him working with fast food. His YouTube popularity mostly involves Cold Stone videos. Now, Dylan works at a variety of fast food joints, such as Dairy Queen, and location specific local ice cream shops. Lemay’s videos on YouTube are imports of his TikTok videos, which is why most of his videos are usually less than a minute long. Although rare, Dylan does upload full-length YouTube videos that go over stories in the workplace, both past and present. Occasionally, Dylan allows fans to come and watch him work. He sometimes also lets them make their own ice cream.
Source - Instagram
A report by TubeFilter covered the story of him recently opening an ice-cream venture said, “TikTok creator Dylan Lemay, is opening up shop. Lemay has raised $1.5 million in venture funding to launch his own experiential ice cream store in downtown New York City, which is slated to bow next spring. The shop will be dubbed Catch’N ice Cream, a reference to Lemay’s ice cream scoop-tossing skills, as will ensuing consumer products. The funding was led by author and investor Chris Camilo, with participation from fellow creators Joanne Molinaro (The Korean Vegan), Milad Mirg, and dental creator Anthony Baroud.”
The report continues, “While little is known about the experiential aspects of the venture, there will be digital components, regular flavor collaborations with creators and celebs, and potential delivery options. Lemay, for his part, rose to renown for his overhead videos that show him concocting ice cream delicacies. Lemay, who hails from Detroit, worked at Cold Stone Creamery for nearly eight years before becoming a full-time content creator last year. Lemay says he is the largest ice-cream-focused creator in the world and the No. 1 food and beverage creator on TikTok.”
Lemay’s net worth is courted to be an estimated $1 million, according to various sources. Most of Lemay’s earnings come from his social media presence as a content creator and from his business ventures.
On TikTok, the creator could potentially earn upwards of an estimated $5k per post, excluding brand-sponsored deals. On Instagram, he could potentially earn upwards of an estimated $10k for a brand-sponsored post. On YouTube, his average earnings are around the $10K mark per video, excluding brand-sponsored deals, for which he could charge upwards of $25k per video.
Lemay owns the Catch’N Ice Cream shop in New York CIty, for which he raised $1.5 million to establish. His average sales from this business venture are currently unknown.
Lemay’s dominance on social media is very evident with over 11 million TikTok followers, while on Instagram he has 309k followers, and on YouTube, he has 3.5 million subscribers.
Source - Instagram
Lemay was born on 3 September 1996, and his family includes his parents and his sister, Destiny, who is also a popular influencer. Dylan played hockey as a high school freshman but during his senior year involved himself in creative arts. He attended the Baptist Bible College and obtained his bachelor’s degree in Biblical Counseling (2014-2018).
Although his parents have appeared on his Instagram account, little is known about Dylan's earlier life, other than the fact that his first job was at a Cold Stone Creamery at the age of 15. In his video "Why I Got Fired" which garnered 7.7 million views, he revealed that he was fired because of his “nerves on his first day”. After he was fired, he went to the “next town over to work at another Cold Stone.”
A video by Lemay simple captioned with hashtags - #experience #practice #thankful #hardwork #hardworkpaysoff #IceCream
A. Dylan Lemay is an American YouTuber and social media influencer. His videos primarily revolve around making ice cream and serving it to customers. One of his popular tropes is throwing ice cream in the air and catching it inside cups or cones, which garnered him a massive following.
A. Dylan Lemay’s nationality is American.
A. Dylan Lemay works in Catch’N Ice Cream, New York City. It is a venture owned by him.
A. Dylan Lemay’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million. Most of Lemay’s earnings come from his social media presence as a content creator and from his business ventures.