Toddy Smith is an American ‘social media sensation’, and an internet celebrity who is probably best known for his Instagram account – @todderic – on which he’s amassed an impressive number of over two million followers, as well as for his eponymous YouTube channel which currently counts more than a million subscribers.
Toddy Smith’s Early Life
Todd ‘Toddy’ Eric Smith Jr. was born under the zodiac sign of Aries, on the 11th April 1991 in Huntington Beach, California, USA, of white ethnicity and of American nationality, the older of two children. Details about his parents have never been publicly revealed to the present day, although it has been acknowledged that he has a younger sister named Sophia. T He matriculated from Edison High School in his home town, where he also excelled at wrestling. After completing his secondary education, Smith enrolled at California State University, Dominguez Hill from which he graduated in May 2017.
Toddy Smith’s Career
Prior to becoming globally popular in the online world, Smith began his working life as a bartender in Fred’s Mexican Café. To greater prominence he came in 2013, when he appeared in several episodes of the fourth season of the reality TV game-show “Sweet Home Alabama“, in which 22 bachelors compete for the love, sympathy and affection of a Southern beauty, managing to reach the top three candidates before he was eliminated.
However, into the spotlight Toddy Smith stepped in mid-2013, when he posted his first video on the short-form video hosting service Vine, named “DAT 151 RUM”. The video quickly became viral and Smith, carried away with its popularity, began to post new short videos on a regular basis and soon afterwards became a genuine internet star.
Over the years, he has collaborated with a number of the most popular ‘Viners’ at that time, such as Scotty Sire, Gary Rojas, Alex Ramos and Tyler Joseph to name a few. Before Vine was shut down in January 2017, Toddy had gathered an impressive number of over 330,000 followers, and with more than 140 million views. On the list of the most talented ‘Viners’ ever, Toddy Smith holds the top high rank of 21.
In addition, Toddy Smith is currently active on several popular social networks, including YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat. His YouTube channel contains over 250 videos which have been played more than 46 million times, and has amassed more than a million fans. His videos are of various content such as pranks and Vlogs, and often include some of his roommates David Dobrik, Zane Hijaji and Elton Castee.
The most popular video on Toddy’s channel is “David Dobrik’s 21st birthday” which has been seen 1.4 million times, followed by “Reacting to Todd from David’s Vlog” which has amassed over 860,000 views. Toddy regularly posts updates from his everyday life on his Instagram account, which currently has over two million followers, as well as on his official Twitter profile which is being followed by close to a million fans.
Toddy Smith’s Personal Life
Despite his huge popularity on social media networks and his regular on-camera appearances, Toddy Smith has somehow managed to keep his personal life out of sight, as there aren’t many private details available. However, it’s known that between 2017 and 2018 he was dating a colleague, another YouTube and Instagram star – Corrina Kopf – while from early 2019, Smith has apparently been in a relationship with another Instagram star – Catherine Marie Allen. He has never been married, and doesn’t have any children to the present day. Smith currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
The 27-year-old Toddy Smith stands 6ft 2ins (1.88m) tall, and sports a slim and toned physique.
Toddy Smith’s Net Worth
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this American internet celebrity has accumulated so far? How rich Toddy Smith is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Toddy Smith’s net worth, speaking as of early 2019, revolves around the sum of $500,000 which has been primarily acquired through his endeavors on popular social media networks, which have brought him a huge dose of fame, with more than four million fans altogether.