Timothy Daniel Pool is an American journalist, political commentator, and YouTuber. He was born on March 9, 1986, and grew up in a lower-middle-class family in the Southside of Chicago. In 2011, he first became known for live streaming the Occupy Wall Street protests. He has nominated as the Time 100 personality for his importance to the Occupy campaign alongside David Graeber in March 2012. In 2013, he became a permanent part of Vice Media as a producer and managed content and advanced reporting methods.
Further, he joined Fusion TV as a Director of Media innovation and Senior Correspondent in 2014 and later worked alone on other platforms and YouTube. Tim pool footage was aired on NBC and many mainstream programs. He used aerial drones to cover the protest that led to an article in The Guardian querying whether such actions could take the form of counterproductive surveillance. His video worked as a shred of instrumental proof for the release of photographer Alexander Arbuckle, but NYPD arrested him later.
Quick facts about Tim Pool
Full Name: Timothy Daniel Pool
Age(in2021): 35 Years
Ethnicity: Not available
Education: According to Tim Pool, he left school at age 14.
Height: 5′ 10″ (1.79 m)
Weight: 82 kg; In pounds: 180 lbs.
What is Tim Pool net worth?
Tim Pool’s exact net worth is unknown, but Net Worth Spot estimates it to be around one million dollars. He earned a wealth of 1 million dollars and many fans following because of the live-streaming march in 2011. However, some people stated that Tim Pool’s net worth might be much more than that predicted amount. His net worth closer to $5.15 million if we consider separate revenue sources of an influencer. Tim Pool YouTube channel receives around 15.34 million views monthly and more than 511.39k views daily.
Tim Pool’s YouTube channel is monetized and may earn $3-7 on thousand views of a video. According to this range, he makes around $61.37 thousand monthly and $920.49 thousand per year. Therefore, it’s unusual for successful influencers to rely on a single source of income. Famous influencers also have sponsors and speaking gigs, plus they could increase revenues by promoting their products.