Roman Atwood

Roman Atwood is a popular social media personality in the United States. Roman Atwood’s videos are mostly focused on comedy, pranks, and vlogs. He is also well-known for his YouTube channel and his hidden camera public prank videos.

How old is Roman Atwood?

Roman Atwood’s full name is Roman Bernard Atwood, and he was born on May 28, 1983. He is 37 years old and was born in Millersport, Ohio. His parents are Curtis Dale Atwood and Susan Anne Christman. Dale Atwood, another YouTuber, is his brother.

Unfortunately, Roman Atwood’s mother died unexpectedly in a tragic accident while on vacation with the entire Atwood family. On May 29, 2019, Roman took a break from his social media activity to grieve for his mother.

Who is Roman Atwood Married to?

In 2001, Roman Atwood married Shanna Riley. Shanna and Roman have a son named Noah Vaughn Atwood. Noah, Roman’s first son, was born on October 18, 2004. However, Roman Atwood filed for divorce in 2008 after Shanna cheated on him with a friend while on vacation.

Roman currently resides in his hometown with his wife Brittney Smith-Atwood. Roman and Brittney have a second son named Kane Alexander Atwood and a daughter named Cora Atwood. Kane was born on October 23, 2011, and Cora on July 16, 2017.

The lovers met at the wedding of Roman’s friend, Chase Gilroy. Toman was Gilroy’s best man at his wedding in 2008. Likewise, Brittney Smith is Gilroy’s wife and Veronica’s sister. From that point forward, the couple began dating. Later, on 30 April 2018, Roman Atwood proposed to Brittney Smith, and the couple married on 27 July 2018 in Maui, Hawaii.

Furthermore, in his vlog titled DON’T TELL ROMAN!, his then-girlfriend and now wife, Brittney, received two kittens from her sister, Veronica, and named them Nitro and Tux. Similarly, in mid-June 2016, he announced that the couple had a new puppy named Flash. Then, in November of the same year, he announced the purchase of a donkey, which he named Empire. Then, on February 27, 2017, he announced the death of his 7-year-old German Shepard, Zeus.

How much is Roman Atwood Net Worth?

In terms of social media visibility, Roman Atwood joined Twitter in June 2011 and currently has 2.8 million followers. While writing this biography, his Instagram account had 679 posts, 679 shares, and 4.9 million followers. He also has a Facebook page with 1.5 million followers.

Similarly, Roman has two YouTube channels. On November 17, 2009, he launched his first channel, his self-titled channel, which has 1,518,045,978 views and 10.5 million subscribers. Then he started a second channel called Roman Atwood Vlogs. Since its inception on August 12, 2013, this channel has received 5,217,981,919 views and gained 15.3 million subscribers.

Moving on, YouTube prankster’s net worth is estimated to be around $12 million dollars. His “Roman Atwood Vlogs” alone are worth $913,000. Atwood has published over 1,650 videos, totaling over 5.2 billion views. Every month, Roman Atwood Vlogs publishes 7 new videos and receives 553k video views.

Similarly, his self-titled channel is worth $354,000. He has published over 115 videos, totaling over 1.5 billion views. He receives 258k video views per day but does not currently upload new videos to his channel.

How tall is Roman Atwood?

Roman Atwood stands 5 feet 10 inches (1.77 meters) tall. Roman Atwood got a temporary tattoo that said “Cora” in cursive on his 161 August vlog. He then got a permanent tattoo of the letter C for Cora inside a star. He also has three other stars with the letters B, K, and N for Brittney, Kane, and Noah. Likewise, Roman has green eyes and dark brown hair.

Career line of Roman Atwood

  • Roman Atwood is a professional social media star. He is primarily a YouTube prankster known for his public and hidden camera pranks. His self-titled channel has over 10 million subscribers. Similarly, Roman collaborated with Steve-O on a prank in the video What Would You Do Prank. Furthermore, his first viral hit video was Cops Get Owned!!!.
  • This video was published in March of 2012.
  • Furthermore, Roman’s second channel, RomanAtwoodVlogs, features the same world-traveling prankster as well as video blogs about his fatherhood. This channel is currently the 57th most subscribed to on YouTube. Roman Atwood has been filming and producing videos since high school.
  • He then launched his independent career by releasing a series of DVDs titled The Nerd Herd. It was sold at the Warped Tour in 2006.
  • Moreover, until 2010, Roman Atwood worked on a variety of film projects and commercials in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Then he decided to focus on his passion for comedy and launched the YouTube channel Sketch Empire. Roman Atwood used to work at his family’s rope factory, Atwood Rope, before embarking on his YouTube career. In 2013, he launched his own merchandise line, Smile More. He sells T-shirts, hoodies, bracelets, and other items through this merchandise line.
  • In this video, Roman Atwood fills his house with 2.5-foot-high plastic balls. This turned his house into a massive ball pit.
  • He posted this video on January 18, 2015, and it has nearly 86 million views to date. Nissan saw this video and offered Roman Atwood a 2015 Nissan GTR in exchange for using his video in the WithDad campaign during the Super Bowl XLIX half-time commercial. The 5th Streamy Awards named it the best “Brand Campaign.”
  • Roman posted the video titled Anniversary Prank Backfires!! on November 20, 2013, and it currently has over 86 million views. This video shows him pranking his wife Smith on their five-year dating anniversary. On this prank, Atwood admits to her that he has cheated on her.
  • However, the prank backfires when Smith notices the camera before the prank. As a result, she plays a joke on Roman by pretending to have cheated on him as well.
  • Brittney Smith reveals her own prank only after Atwood has reacted negatively to the news for a few seconds. At the end of the video, Smith says, “I thought you were going to propose.”
  • Roman posted the video titled Killing My Own Kid PRANK!! on November 30, 2014, and it currently has over 50 million views. This prank video shows Roman pranking Smith by throwing a mannequin dressed as Spider-Man and pretending it was their son Kane.
  • When Brittney Smith rushes to the mannequin, she quickly removes its mask, realizing it was not Kane but the mannequin. Smith bursts into tears as Roman enters the room, snickering at her. She storms off, but returns when he asks, “Are you really that mad?”
  • Smith responds by shouting at him and telling him he’s “sleeping on the couch.” During the couple’s appearance on the reality TV show Tanked, they mentioned this video, and Smith revealed that Roman did, in fact, sleep on the couch that night.
  • Natural Born Pranksters is a film about naturally born pranksters. In 2016, Roman Atwood, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, and Dennis Roady released a film, which Lionsgate produced. Natural Born Pranksters is the name of this film.
  • However, this film has received little critical acclaim. Neither Rotten Tomatoes nor Metacritic have accumulated enough reviews to assign the film a score.
  • The same year, Roman Atwood and fellow YouTuber Yousef Erakat embarked on a worldwide tour. It’s called Roman vs. Fousey. The duo’s tour took them to the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
  • The Columbus Police Department apprehended Roman and his associates in March 2014. It was for causing panic and disorderly conduct while filming a prank in which he pretended to rob an ATM in public. Later, they released the group on bail and summoned them to court.
  • His supporters also came to the court to show their support and to watch the proceedings. As a defendant, Roman won the case on the basis of artistic expression and free speech, and the case was thus settled.
  • In addition, Roman Atwood has been accused of staging prank videos and violating YouTube’s policy on misleading content. In November 2015, YouTube star Phillip De Franco accused Roman Atwood and FouseyTUBE of staging prank videos. Similarly, in December 2015, The Prank Reviewer posted a video in which he accused Roman Atwood of using actors in his videos and provided evidence to back up his claims.