|Date of Birth & Age:||August 14, 1999 (age 22)|
|Mother’s Name:||Lisa Hall|
|Bryce Hall wife Name:||N/A|
|Hometown:||Ellicott City, Maryland|
|Bryce Hall Religion:||Christian|
|Bryce Hall Profession:|
American Social Media Personality
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|Bryce Hall Net Worth:||$2 million (Approx.)|
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About Bryce Hall:
Bryce Michael Hall (born August 14, 1999) is an American social media personality known for his TikTok and YouTube videos. As of November 1, 2021, his TikTok account has 21.1 million followers and his YouTube channel has 3 million subscribers. He is also a member of the Sway House located in Los Angeles.
Hall began his social media career on YouNow at the age of 15. He originally started broadcasting live in an effort to make friends after being bullied. In late 2014, he began gaining traction on social media platforms Vine and Musical.ly, amassing more than 30,000 followers on Vine before it closed in late 2016.
He started his YouTube channel in 2015.
In 2018, Hall moved from his home in Maryland to Los Angeles to pursue his career. In 2019, he was one of the social media celebrities featured in the documentary Jawline, which details the beginnings of his career and his legal scandals with his former manager, Michael Weist.
In January 2020, he and five other social media personalities moved to Sway House, a home owned by talent management company TalentX Entertainment, where they create content for multiple social media platforms. In early June 2020, he donated more than $ 30,000 to the NAACP and attended the Black Lives Matter protests in Los Angeles.
Bryce Hall Contact Details:
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Bryce Hall Current Address:
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Bryce Hall Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other Social Media Handles:
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|YouTube|| Bryce Hall|
|Instagram Handle :||@brycehall|
Some Facts and Controversies About Bryce Hall:
- He falsely accused his manager Michael West of Sexual assault.
- He is also actively involved in investments.
In early March 2021, Hall had a Twitter problem with Austin McBroom. A match between them was admonished. On March 18, 2021, the match card became a new event called YouTubers vs. TikTokers, with Hall representing TikTok’s side. At the event’s press conference, a fight broke out between McBroom and Hall on stage. On June 12, 2021, McBroom defeated Hall by technical knockout.