What is Grayson Boucher’s Net Worth?
|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
|Profession:||Streetball Player, Actor|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Born:||10 June 1984|
Grayson Boucher is an American streetball player and actor who has a net worth of $2 million. Grayson is popularly recognized for playing on AND1 Mixtape Tour, which is highly stylized. One of Boucher’s most popular movies includes ‘Ball Don’t Lie.’ Let us find out more about the streetball player’s achievements and net worth.
Boucher was born in Keizer, Oregon on June 10, 1984, and spent most of his childhood in Oregon. He studied at Salem Academy where he received All-State Honors after transferring from McNary High School. Since he was not given any college offers in high school, he attended the Chemeketa Community College where he decided to play basketball for the college team.
Boucher began his professional career by playing basketball. He signed for the International Basketball League with the Salem Stampede in 2006. He then went on to play for the Atlanta Krunk, Continental Basketball Association during the 2007-08 season. However, Boucher soon left Basketball to play Streetball.
Streetball caught Boucher’s attention when the AND1 Mixtape Tour halted at Portland, Oregon, where he and his brother attended the event as fans. As soon as he found there were tryouts to join the tour, Boucher took his chance and earned a place on the team. In just one year, Boucher was the face of the tour, making appearances in their various marketing campaigns and advertisements.
Boucher has played in more than 30 countries and has appeared in 7 seasons on ESPN’s Streetball, 4 AND1 commercials, 5 mixtape DVD, and an AND1 videogame. Apart from playing Streetball, Boucher also played Chess while being on tour.
Boucher decided to leave AND1 in January 2011 and joined Ball Up, where he became friends with the CEO of the company before joining. Although Ball Up featured the majority of the players from the AND1 Mixtape Tour, the game in Ball Up focused more on the departure of players from AND1, on-the-court action, and behind-the-scenes videos. They toured in over 10 countries and even made plans for a winter tour in the USA.
Boucher ventured into acting as well starring in ‘Semi-Pro,’ which co-starred Will Ferrell. Boucher appeared as the point guard of the opposite team in the final game of the film, which also made it to the special features DVD of the film. His biggest hit ‘Ball Don’t Lie,’ where he played the lead role of Sticky, was based on the book of the same name. The film was showcased at several film festivals but however never officially released.
Boucher entered the YouTube world as well and created a web series where he disguised himself as Spider-Man and went to different basketball courts to play. He played in the Los Angeles area against unsuspecting players and this one episode garnered around 14 million views within one week of uploading. This video gained attention from popular NBA players such as Shaquille O’Neal and Jamal Crawford.
Boucher launched a basketball guide known as Super-Human Dribbling, which was sold as a web-based tutorial available to download that showed how he trains and workouts for the game. He began his own YouTube channel and posted videos of him playing in local basketball competitions, tutorials, and other fun ways to engage with basketball.
In 2019, Boucher suffered terribly from an Achilles tendon tear which was almost career-threatening. The following year he suffered from an overdose of acetaminophen and hydrocodone but fully recovered soon after. He still was consistent in posting content on YouTube and made his injury public in August 2020.
As of 2022, Grayson Boucher’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million. His main source of income is his YouTube channel ‘Professor Live’. He has over 7 million subscribers as of 2022 and over 950 million views. He also earns from merchandise, sponsorship deals such as Mountain Dew and StockX, and his earnings from Streetball.