Dave Rubin Net Worth 2022, Husband, Age, Height, Report

Dave Rubin net worth

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Dave Rubin is an American conservative political commentator, YouTube personality, and talk show host. He is the creator and host of The Rubin Report, a political talk show on YouTube and on the network BlazeTV. Launched in 2013, his show was originally part of TYT Network, until he left in 2015, in part due to widening ideological differences.

Previously, Rubin hosted LGBT-themed talk shows, including The Ben and Dave Show from 2007 to 2008 and The Six Pack from 2009 to 2012, both of which he co-hosted with Ben Harvey.

Dave Rubin is generally described as a conservative or a libertarian. Rubin has described himself as a classical liberal.

Early life

NameDave Rubin
Net Worth$4 million
ProfessionYouTuber, Political commentator, Host
Age45 years
Dave Rubin net worth

David Joshua Rubin was born on June 26, 1976 (age 45 years) in Brooklyn, New York. He grew up in a “fairly secular Jewish household on Long Island”. He spent his adolescence in Syosset, New York, and then he resided on the Upper West Side of Manhattan for thirteen years. He attended Binghamton University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science.


In 1998, Rubin started his career in comedy doing stand-up and attending open-mics in New York City. In 1999, he became an intern at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

In 2000, Rubin continued his career at the New York City-based Comedy Cellar. Later that year he joined with other Comedy Cellar comedians to create a public-access television series, a news program parody called The Anti-Show which was secretly filmed at NBC Studios in 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

In 2002, he co-founded sever al New York City-based comedy clubs, including Joe Franklin’s Comedy Club and The Comedy Company in Times Square, where he continued to do stand-up until 2007.

He was the host of two podcasts, Hot Gay Comics and The Ben and Dave Show, which were turned into a television series on the here! television network. In May 2009, Rubin co-created and co-hosted the podcast The Six Pack. From October 2011 to December 2012, The Six Pack was on Sirius XM Radio as a live talk show. While a part of Sirius XM, Rubin created his own account on YouTube called “Rubin Report” in early September 2012.

Political commentary

Dave Rubin describes himself as a classical liberal due to holding more conservative and libertarian views than most modern liberals. He cites his support for same-sex marriage, criminal justice reform, marijuana legalization, a social safety net, and public schooling as exemplifying his liberal views; albeit conditionally, he also favours the individual’s right to an abortion.

In 2017, he starred in a video by the conservative YouTube channel PragerU where he explained: “Why I Left the Left”. He has characterized progressivism as a “mental disorder”. He has self-described as part of the “intellectual dark web”.

Rubin frequently appears as a speaker at events hosted by Turning Point USA, a conservative student organization. When asked in July 2017 about Trump policies he disagreed with, he criticized Trump’s use of executive orders. Asked in January 2018 about what he disagreed with the right on, he stated that there was “a bit of a religious tone with the right”.

Rubin’s book Don’t Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason was published in April 2020 by Sentinel. It made The New York Times Best Seller list but was critically panned.

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In October 2020, Rubin said he had “been a lifelong Democrat”, but would be voting for a Republican president for the first time and endorsed Donald Trump for a second term. Rubin subsequently elaborated that while he didn’t agree with everything Trump had done, he had changed his mind on the president and would vote for Trump on the basis of his opposition to the “woke left” and critical race theory in American institutions.

Dave Rubin Report

Dave Rubin joined The Young Turks, where he hosted the show The Rubin Report in January 2013. He moved from New York City to Los Angeles, California. On March 1, 2015, The Young Turks YouTube channel announced that Rubin would be moving to the media company RYOT. Shortly after, Larry King’s Ora TV picked up the show which debuted on September 9, 2015. He left Ora TV in 2016, opting to run The Rubin Report independently. By May 2019, The Rubin Report YouTube channel had 200 million views. In 2019, The Rubin Report became available on BlazeTV, a conservative subscription video service run by Glenn Beck.

Accusations of platforming extremists

Critics have accused Dave Rubin of providing a platform for individuals considered political extremists, such as self-described New Right figure Paul Joseph Watson, Great Replacement conspiracy theorist Lauren Southern, white nationalist Stefan Molyneux, and far-right activist Tommy Robinson. A 2018 report from Data & Society described Rubin as part of a network on YouTube that amplified far-right politics.

The report cited as an example an interview that Rubin conducted with Stefan Molyneux in which Rubin asked Molyneux to elaborate on his views that races have different average IQ test results and that these differences are genetic. The report held that Rubin did not challenge Molyneux in any substantial way, concluding, “By letting him speak without providing a legitimate and robust counterargument, Rubin provides a free platform for white supremacist ideology on his channel.”

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According to Anthony Fisher, a journalist at The Daily Beast, Rubin has implied or stated that Paul Joseph Watson, Stefan Molyneux and Mike Cernovich are part of “a new political centre” and, in a 2016 Livestream, said “the alt-right as a shitposting, fun, call out the bullshit, the mock-the-power thing is amazing”, adding “there’s nothing funny coming out on the left now… [.]”


The Rubin Report has an affiliation with the libertarian Institute for Humane Studies, a Koch family foundation-funded organization that sponsors an episode of his show per month. Until late 2018, Rubin received much of his funding through Patreon, a crowdfunding site on which Rubin said he received over $10,000 per month prior to deletion.

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Rubin and Jordan Peterson announced their intent to leave the platform following Sargon of Akkad’s ban, which they described as an assault on free speech. In a video shortly thereafter, the two announced their interest in developing an independent, free speech oriented crowdfunding site. Peterson started Thinkspot, and Rubin co-created locals.com.


Is Dave Rubin married? Dave Rubin is married to David Janet, they had their secret wedding in 2015. However, he publicly came out as gay in 2006, which he has referred to as his “defining moment”. In December 2014, he became engaged to producer David Janet. The couple married on August 27, 2015. He once described himself as an agnostic or an atheist, but he has since said that he was no longer an atheist in December 2019.

Dave Rubin net Worth

What is Dave Rubin net worth? Dave Rubin net worth is estimated at around $4 million as of 2022. His main source of income is from his Youtube career. His successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. However, Rubin has been a podcast guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, Coffee with Scott Adams, The Ben Shapiro Show.