25 Years Japanese-Australian YouTube Personality Filthy Frank's Income From his Profession and Net Worth He has Achieved

Updated On 24 Sep, 2019 Published On

George Miller, best known for his titular character name, Filthy Frank is a Japanese-Australian YouTube personality. He is best known for his YouTube channels TVFilthyFrank and DizastaMusic which have 5.9 million and 853.4 thousand subscribers respectively. 

Currently 25-years-old, Filthy Frank has an estimated net worth of $1.3 million as of 2018 and is widely associated to fellow YouTubers like Lele Pons, Jake Paul, Liza Koshy, and many others. And recently, he rose to drastic fame as he deleted his Instagram account.

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Keeping these aside, here we are going to share some information related to his net worth, salary, properties and much more. 

Filthy Frank Net Worth and Salary

As of 2018, YouTuber Filthy Frank has an estimated net worth of $1.3 million. With the figures, he is not a top YouTuber, but since starting his career on YouTube in 2008, he has made a lot of progress. 

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According to Social Blade, through his main YouTube channel TVFilthyFrank, he makes $2.7 thousand to $43.7 thousand monthly and $32.8 thousand to $524.7 thousand per annum. 

On the other hand, through his second YouTube channel, DizastaMusic, he makes $162 to $2.6 thousand monthly. Likewise, he also earns $1.9 thousand to $31 thousand on an annual basis. 

Watch a video on Filthy Frank's main channel.   

Unlike many other YouTubers, Frank is very confidential about his salaries which is the reason why there are no other figures related to his income and payroll. 

Filthy Frank Properties: Cars and Houses

As of now, Filthy Frank lives in the United States but makes frequent visits to Australia and Japan. But the exact locations and details about his house and it's price tag are a mystery. 

Watch a video of Filthy Frank on his second channel.

Likewise, there are also no details about the cars he drives and owns. As we mentioned above, Frank likes to keep these details to himself and rarely flaunts his belongings on social media. This is the main reason behind such less information related to his properties.