Bryce Hall rose to popularity for posting dance, lip-sync, and comedy videos on his popular TikTok account. Also, he is an amateur boxer as well as an American social media personality.

Picture of American media personality, Bryce Hall
Caption: Picture of American media personality, Bryce Hall (Photo: dexerto)

Early Life of Bryce Hall

On August 14, 1999, Bryce Michael Hall was born in Ellicott City, Maryland, USA. He grew up under the care of his mother Lisa. Throughout his childhood, he and his father had a tense relationship. His father, who mistreated his mother, never gave him the chance to see him.

Bryce Hall with his mother Lisa
Caption: Bryce Hall with his mother Lisa (Photo: distractify)

Having American nationality, Hall is of white ethnicity. Young Bryce experienced bullying. He began live broadcasting video on YouNow in an effort to meet some new acquaintances and rebuild his life.


Hall began his social media career on YouNow at the age of 15, and since then, he has posted intriguing material on sites like and Vine. Before Vine was shut down at the end of 2016, he had amassed over 30,000 followers. In 2015, he launched his YouTube channel. On his Youtube channel, he began posting interesting videos, such as challenges, pranks, and story time videos. His videos have received millions of views apiece, including Reacting to our TikToks, Spin the Bottle, Chapstick Challenge with Addison Rae, Hype House Reacts to Still Softish Diss track on Lil Huddy and 7 Second Challenge with Jacob Sartorius and Mark Thomas. Over 3.5 million people subscribe to his YouTube channel.

Bryce Hall posing for the picture
Caption: Bryce Hall posing for the picture (Photo: Instagram)

In 2018, Hall moved from Ellicott City, Maryland to Los Angeles, California in an effort to concentrate exclusively on his social media business. This move was motivated by the success he had experienced on social media. He was one of the social media stars profiled in Jawline in 2019, a documentary that chronicled the beginning of his career as well as the legal troubles he had with his former manager Michael Weist. When Bryce Hall moved into the Sway House in January 2020, together with other well-known influencers like Jaden Hossler and Anthony Reeves, his fame grew.

Bryce Hall with his friends
Caption: Bryce Hall with his friends (Photo: Instagram)

After moving into the Sway House, a home owned by TalentX Entertainment, Hall started collaborating with other well-known social media personalities. As a result, Hall became well-known and regarded as one of the most influential people in the United States of America. He also launched his own podcast, Capital University, in 2020. The Sway House had been disbanded, according to Michael Gruen, co-founder of TalentX and Sway House in February 2021. Additionally, he had an appearance in the horror movie Skill House, produced by Ryan Kavanaugh's Proxima Studios and written and directed by Josh Stolberg.

Hall's Boxing Career

Hall and YouTuber Austin McBroom got into an argument on Twitter, which led to the booking of a match between them. The match's undercard was changed into a brand-new event dubbed YouTubers vs. TikTokers on March 18, 2021, with Hall representing the TikTok team.

Bryce Hall clicking a selfie
Caption: Bryce Hall clicking a selfie (Photo: Instagram)

McBroom and Hall got into a fight on stage at the event's press conference. Hall was defeated by TKO by McBroom on June 12, 2021. After the post-interview, he stated, "I'm not a fighter, I never claimed to be a fighter." In a later interview with Keemstar, Bryce clarified that he had intended to add that he isn't a boxer.

Controversies of Bryce

His remark regarding "straight TikTok" and homophobia in June 2020 sparked debate. According to critics, Hall made fun of the LGBT community. After taking down the message, he eventually apologized to the public on Twitter.

Hall's Legal Issues

Hall made an unfounded accusation of sexual assault against his former manager Michael Weist in 2017. The dispute was resolved out of court, and Hall publicly expressed apologized to Weist. Thomas Petrou, a fellow Sway House resident, and social media celebrity, was accused by him in 2020 of stealing money from other residents and making reckless financial decisions.

Bryce Hall posing for the picture
Caption: Bryce Hall posing for the picture (Photo: Instagram)

He and fellow TikTok celebrity Jaden Hossler were both detained on drug-related charges on May 25, 2020, in Lee County, Texas. Hall was charged with a misdemeanor for marijuana possession and paid $5,000 bail the same day. Hernan Fernando, a co-owner of the Cinco restaurant, sued Hall in April 2021 for abuse and violent behavior.

What's Bryce Hall Net Worth? 

As per reports, Bryce Hall has an estimated net worth of $2 Million. His prime source of earnings came from social platforms. Bryce spent $915,000 on a house in the Las Vegas suburbs in April 2022.

Bryce Hall posing for the picture with the car
Caption: Bryce Hall posing for the picture with the car (Photo: Instagram)

The Henderson townhouse, which is 3,400 square feet in size and has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, can be found there. Therefore, he has been living a lavish life out of his earnings.

Does Bryce Hall Have a Girlfriend?

Bryce Hall's relationship status is single, therefore doesn't have a girlfriend. Previously, he dated Elle Danjean in the year 2019. His former girlfriend Danjean, Musical artist. Hall began dating fellow social media influencer Addison Rae after breaking up with Elle. 

Bryce Hall with his ex-girlfriend Addison Rae
Caption: Bryce Hall with his ex-girlfriend Addison Rae (Photo: people)

Bryce and Addison's romantic relationship started in the year 2020. Sadly, their relationship didn't last long, and eventually break up in 2021 due to irreconcilable differences. 

Bryce Hall Height

Bryce Hall has a height of 5' 9" or 1.75 m tall. Likewise, his body weighs around 75 kg or 165 pounds. Hall has dark brown hair with dark brown eyes.