Herschel Beahm IV, originally known as Dr. Disrespect is an American Twitch streamer and a famous celebrity tracing his origins to California.
Beahm catered to over 3.7 million followers over his performing platform and is predominantly known for playing his battle royal games including Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, Black Ops 4: Blackout, and Apex Legends, among others.Dr. Disrespect holds a Net Worth that is estimated around $3.5 million and he has continued his notorious attitude.
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Dr. Disrespect Net Worth and Overview
|Net Worth||$3.5 million|
|Date of Birth||March 10, 1982|
|Country of Origin||California|
|Source of Wealth||Games, Comedy|
|Twitter Followers||1.7 million|
|YouTube Subscribers||1.77 million|
|Last Updated||December 2020|
Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV was born on 10th March 1982 in California. He was a gamer and has always been a fan of video games ever since he was a child. Beahm is well renowned for his crazy rants. He is so crazy that when he gets upset even starts to drool.
His interest in gaming continued even in college days. Beahm graduated from California State Polytechnic University in 2005. He knew from a tender age that streaming and gaming is the field that will form his career. With the advancements in technology, his streaming went to another level.
Career Highlights and Awards
Streaming, being his main goal, began in 2010, when he first posted his first streaming video on January 11 showcasing his gameplay of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. For a short while, he was also featured in Machinima on Youtube.
After his feature in Machinima, he pulled out of the streaming platform and disappeared for over 5 years. In the meantime, it was concluded that he was hired by Sledgehammer as a community manager, it was his employment in the company that led to his Twitch stream.
It was 2015 when he decided to quit his job at Sledgehammer and skipped to pursue Twitch streaming full time.
During the course of his employment, he became an expert in multiplayer games online. During his personal Twitch streaming, he amassed 4.39 million followers and over 180 million views on Twitch.
He arrived at his first major breakthrough which was on 21 March 2015, when he streamed the King of the Hill royal battle games. Since then, he gained a huge following for his streaming of royal battle games including H1Z1, Player Unknown’s Battleground, later shifting to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
In December 2017, he decided to pull out from his streaming for two months and later revealed that it was due to marital infidelity. His return marked on February 5, 2018, along with his 388,000 followers, just a tad bit lower from Tyler’s following with a record of 410,000.
His instant popularity after his break landed him several sponsorships from huge companies such as Gillette, ASUS, Razor, and G Fuel.
On January 10, 2019, he signed Creative Artists Agency as their client. During his streaming, he wears a black mullet wig, sunglasses, a red/black long-sleeved athletic shirt, red/black vest.
Dr. Disrepect is a married man to Mrs Assassin and they also have a daughter together. He was observed pulling out from his streaming service for over two months to solve his personal matter of marital infidelity which seems to have worked out since they are both still together.
His popularity also had its cons, he was threatened twice with shooting at his house by an unknown person with a BB Gun.
June 11, 2019, recorded his channel getting suspended for his real-life streaming during which he was also observed to have been attending the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California. He broke the rules of the California penal code when his cameraman followed him into a public washroom.
Looking at that, Entertainment Software Association confiscated his E3’s pass and banned him from the specific event.
Once a well-known musician Jimmy Wong accused Disrespect of racism when he found Beahm intimidating Chinese accents and language. In turn, Beahm responded that most of his friends are Asian and make fun of his criticism in a positive way.
June 26, 2020, was the day when he was banned from Twitch and since then he doesn’t know the specific reason for it and has not been able to stream anything over the platform. The speculations state that whoever breaks the rules must be banned, but he is still unknown to the action that led to this.
What is Dr. Disrespect Net Worth in 2021?
Dr. Disrespect Net Worth in 2021 is $3.5 million. He has been successful at putting life into his games and helped making it a reality.
He earned his fortune using his skills both as a gamer and a comedian that he slips through in between his streaming. His personal wealth also included his 4 years at Sledgehammer.
7 Interesting Facts About Dr. Disrespect
- During his college time in 2005, he played NCAA Division II Basketball.
- He is currently ranked among the most popular and biggest twitch streamers in the world.
- ESPN describes Dr. Disrespect as ‘WWE Character in the competitive gaming world’.
- His popular catchphrases include “I am on top of the mountain, and I am only halfway up”
- His motto or aim through streaming is “Violence, Speed, and Mountain”.
- He won Streamer of the Year at the Esports Industry Awards in 2017 and 2019.
- He was named Trending Gamer at Gaming Awards in 2017.
Dr. Disrespect is a 38-year-old streamer who was recently banned from Twitch but has been reported to have been focussing on his upcoming “Doc 3.0” personality that everybody seems to have been waiting for.
A considerable amount of his income comes from YouTube where he uploads his streaming. Many times he has been observed live streaming against his 1.77 million subscribers.
As of now, Dr. Disrespect Net Worth is estimated to be around $3.5 million