Andrew Byron Bachelor (b. June 26, 1988), also known as King Bach, is a Canadian-American internet personality, actor, composer, rapper, and comedian who, as of 2023, is worth $3 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He became famous on the defunct platform Vine, where he had 16.3 million followers, which made him the most followed user on the platform.
Because of his popularity on Vine, he later gained recognition for starring in the Adult Swim series Black Jesus (2014–2015). He also had prominent recurring roles on The Mindy Project (2012-2017), House Of Lies (2012-2016) and Resident Advisors (2015).
He gained mainstream attention for his roles in Meet the Blacks and Fifty Shades of Black (both 2016), When We First Met and To All the Boys I've Loved Before (both 2018), The Babysitter (2017) and The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020) and Greenland (2020). King Bach wrote, directed and executive produced the TV series “Dead House” in which he also starred in 2017. He also executive produced the 2017 film Where's the Money.
His main income is derived from posts on social media, although he is active on television playing supporting characters, alongside doing stand-up comedy tours.
He has been nominated for three Streamy Awards.
King Bach performing at a fundraiser for Haiti at The Laugh Factory on August 30, 2021. According to Forbes, through Instagram, Bach earns up to $100,000 on every post that is sponsored. His average income through Instagram per year has been $550,000. He currently has 22.4 million followers on Instagram.
Through TikTok, he mainly promotes sponsored content and earns up to $200,000 on each sponsored post. On this platform, he has partnered up with brands like Panera, Wendy’s, Pepsi, Samsung, Uber, BET and many more. As of 2022, he has 26.6 million followers with 366.5 million likes. He is estimated to earn more than $1 million annually through this platform, according to Forbes estimates.
Similarly, his TikTok income is said to have increased year by year, according to Forbes. His TikTok income was estimated to be $1 million in 2019, $3 million in 2020 and $6 million in 2021, but currently stands at $3 million.
Through YouTube, Bach is estimated to generate income up to $55,000 per month, through ad revenues, even though he doesn’t post as many videos on his channel BachelorsPadTv. And now, with the inclusion of YouTube Shorts, it is estimated to have increased. He has 2.9 million subscribers on YouTube as of 2023.
He has also been notable for starring in fellow former YouTuber Bark Baker’s music video parodies. He portrayed Big Sean in “Problem” and “Break Free”, Pharrell Williams in “Happy”, Juicy J in “Dark Horse”, and Tupac Shakur in the parody of Sia's “Big Girls Cry”.
Until 2016, when Vine shut down, he was the most followed creator on Vine with 11.3 million followers. Despite his refusal to do any sponsored posts, as a result of the reach of his content, which was also promoted through Instagram, Facebook as well as YouTube, he was able to generate a monthly revenue of $110,000 per vine, as per 2015 estimates of Celebrity Net Worth.
He currently also earns through his stand-up comedy tours. His current venture is the ‘Laugh Now Laugh Later’ tour in 2022, with tickets priced from $22-30, for a capacity of more than 200 attendees.
Bach also owns a company called Bach Enterprises, through which he creates his content on all his social media platforms. He also has had his own merchandise since the start of 2015.
In 2019, Bach released his debut album, called Medicine. Bach also has made several songs, including “See Me Now” which he released on February 21, 2021. Bach posted a TikTok telling people to use the song in their TikToks and that he would duet the best ones. He later released the song on YouTube, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
According to Forbes, King Bach currently owns luxury cars of immense repute. With his income, King Bach recently bought a brand-new imported Audi Q2 for $80,000. King Bach also owns a Jaguar XF which costs $70,000.
Some of his other cars include the Range Rover Sport, Toyota Vellfire and Lincoln Corsair, to name a few. He also owns a mansion in Hollywood which is estimated to cost up to $10 million dollars, with $600,000 for renovations and maintenance.