Ryan Higa, also known as nigahiga, is an American comedian, internet personality, musician, and actor. He is known for his comedy videos on YouTube. His YouTube channel, nigahiga, was the most subscribed channel on YouTube for 677 consecutive days from 2009–2011. Higa was nominated for "Best Video Blogger" at the 6th Shorty Awards.
|Born:||June 06, 1990, Hilo, Hawaii, U.S.|
|Residence:||Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Comedian, YouTuber, actor|
|Website:||Ryan Higa's Official site|
|Created by:||Ryan Higa, Sean Fujiyoshi, Tim Enos, Tarynn Nago|
|Subscribers:||21.4 million (nigahiga), 4.89 million (HigaTV)|
|Total views:||4.32 billion (nigahiga), 877.9 million (HigaTV)|
|Associated acts:||Wong Fu Productions, Smosh, Jeremy Lin, Jenna Marbles, D-trix, David Choi, Andrew Garcia, Lilly Singh, OfflineTV|
|Twitter:||Ryan Higa's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Ryan Higa's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Ryan Higa's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Ryan Higa's Youtube channel|
|IMDb:||Ryan Higa's IMDb|
About Ryan Higa
Better known by his YouTube username Nigahiga, he is known for his comedy videos including the popular "Nice Guys," "How to be Gangster," and "The ipod Human." He has accumulated more than 21 million subscribers. He would form the K-pop group BOYS generally ASIAN. Also an actor, he appeared in Tell Me How I Die.
Ryan Higa Before Fame
He made his first YouTube video while attending Waiakea High School where he competed in Judo and wrestling. The channel was launched in 2006 and was created by Higa, Sean Fujiyoshi, Tim Enos, and Tarynn Nago.
Achievement of Ryan Higa
Richard Van Vleet produced and directed his first feature film titled Ryan and Sean's Not So Excellent Adventure in 2008. In 2017, he wrote the book Ryan Higa's How to Write Good.
Ryan Higa Family Life
He dated Tarynn Nago from 2006 to 2009. His parents are named Wendell and Luci and he has a brother named Kyle.
Associations of Ryan Higa
He has collaborated on YouTube videos with Kevin Wu, also known as KevJumba.
Information related to Ryan Higa
- People with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas alumni
- American male judoka
- American agnostics
- American YouTubers