Casey Neistat

YouTube Star

Casey Neistat was born in New London, Connecticut, United States on March 25th, 1981 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 43, Casey Neistat biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Casey Owen Neistat, Casey
Date of Birth
March 25, 1981
United States
Place of Birth
New London, Connecticut, United States
43 years old
Zodiac Sign
$16 Million
Actor, Cook, Entrepreneur, Film Director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television Director, Video Blogger, Youtuber
Social Media
Casey Neistat Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 43 years old, Casey Neistat has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Not Available
Casey Neistat Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Ledyard High School
Casey Neistat Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Candice Pool
Dating / Affair
Robin Harris (1998-2000), Candice Pool (2005–Present)
Barry Neistat, Amy Neistat
Van Neistat aka Van Paul Moody (6 Years Older Brother) (Director, Writer), Jordan Neistat (13 Months Older Sister) (Field Marketing, Events and Operations Professional), Dean Neistat (2 Years Younger Brother) (Former U.S. Air Force Pilot & Instructor, Actor, Stuntman, Photographer)
Other Family
Louise Celice Neistat née Grossman (Paternal Grandmother) (Former Tap Dancer), Susan Devlin (Step-Mother). He also has twin step-sisters featured in one of his Vlogs.
Casey Neistat Life

Casey Owen Neistat (born March 25, 1981) is an American YouTube celebrity, film director, vlogger, and co-founder of Beme, which was later acquired by CNN.

He founded 368, a creative space for creators, in 2018, enabling creators to collaborate and influence each other.

Early life and education

Neistat was born in Gales Ferry, Connecticut,. He was brought up in Reform Judaism. He dropped out of high school during his sophomore year at the age of 17. Owen was born in 1981 and died shortly after, with his then-girlfriend Robin Harris. He lived in a trailer park with Harris and Owen between 1998 and 2001. Neistat moved to New York City during this period.

Neistat worked as a dishwasher at a seafood restaurant and was a short-order cook in Mystic, Connecticut, before heading to New York City.

Personal life

In 2005, Neistat eloped with Candice Pool in Houston, Texas. This marriage lasted about a month and ended with an annulment. He later reconciled with Pool and proposed her on February 18, 2013. Neistat and Pool were married in a Jewish wedding reception held in Cape Town, South Africa, on December 29, 2013. Francine and Georgie have two daughters. He is Jewish.

During World War II, Louise Neistat (born Louise Grossman) was a tap dancer and one of the Radio City Music Hall's Rockettes. In 2004, he produced a video in which his grandmother made the "world's best french toast" and gave it to his son, Owen. Neistat released a four-minute short film about his grandmother on YouTube on October 31, 2011. The video begins with him asking his grandmother how many years she thinks she'll spend on her annual tap dance show, and then intercuts various newspaper clips from her life, the main focus being the money raised for cancer research-related charities. The video was posted on YouTube's official Twitter account and appeared on several news and viral video websites, including the Huffington Post. Louise died of natural causes at the age of 92, two days after the video was posted; Neistat wrote her obituary and delivered the eulogy.

In a video titled, "I'm Leaving NYC Forever," Neistat announced that he would leave New York City and move to Los Angeles with his family. Neistat released a video on September 14, 2022, announcing that he was heading back to New York City.

In the 2016 United States presidential election, Neistat favors Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Neistat produced a video titled "who's voting for president" on October 11, 2016, in which he claimed that people's views were "the essence of a healthy democracy" and that the "election had little to do with politics, policy, or legislation." Neistat's film was chastised because he said that designers who did not endorse Hillary Clinton were "complicit" in Trump's "lying, racial, misogynist(ic)" attributes and were "partially responsible for delivering him (Donald Trump) reins of power.

Neistat said on September 27, 2019 that he should have taken a more "effective" route to filming the video because he was "too upset, angry, and emotional" when it was released. He also said that the video lacks "diplomacy" and that he already feels the same way about Trump.

In the 2020 United States presidential race, Neistat endorsed Democrat Joe Biden.


Casey Neistat Career

Early filmmaking career

Neistat and his brother Van began working with artist Tom Sachs in 2001, and later created a series of films describing the artist's sculptures and installations.

Neistat first gained international fame in 2003 with a three-minute film entitled iPod's Dirty Secret, blaming Apple for not having a battery replacement service for their iPod line of portable media players. The film attracted national media interest and drew increasing attention to the company's efforts against iPod battery replacements. On September 20, 2003, the film was released on the internet and gained brisk media attention. The Washington Post praised the film as "wonderfully renegade."

Apple introduced a battery replacement policy on November 14, 2003, as well as an extended iPod warranty program on November 21. On Fox News's Your World, Fox News announced the date of the change at "two weeks" following the clip's unveiling and Neil Cavuto's description of the clip as a "David and Goliath tale." Natalie Sequeira, an Apple spokeswoman, denied there was any connection between the film and the new strategy, saying that the policy update had been in the works for months before the film was released.

Science Experiments, a film project developed by Neistat and his brother in 2004. A number of short films describing various experiments were included in the 15-minute series. In So Paulo, Brazil, the collection was included in the 26th So Paulo Biennial. The work was well-received, and it was eventually included in Creative Time's 59th Minute program presenting a one-minute excerpt from Neistat's film every 59 minutes on the Panasonic Times Square Astrovision.

HBO acquired The Neistat Brothers, an eight-episode television series, for less than $2 million in July 2008. Casey and Van Neistat, as well as Tom Scott, produced the film. Christine Vachon, an independent film director, spent time as a consultant producer. The production is autobiographical and told in the first person by Casey and Vann. Short stories about the brothers' lives are included in each of the eight episodes. On HBO, the show premiered on June 4, 2010.

The Hollywood Reporter likened the brothers' charm, wit, and simplicity to that of Dr. Seuss. The Washington Post's Hank Stuever lauded the brothers' joie de vivre.


Here's how celebrities fared in the 2023 New York City Marathon, November 6, 2023
ten celebrities registered their A-game to the New York City Marathon, which took place on November 5, 2010. Casey Neistat, a YouTuber and filmmaker, was the fastest out of ten celebrity participants this year, running the marathon in a time of 3:01:27 and a speed of 6:56 min/mile. Matt James and Zack Clark of the Bachelor franchise, as well as former Good Morning America anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are among the other notable celebrities who appeared in the rest. This year, the annual marathon in Staten Island began at 8:00 a.m. ET and ended in Central Park.

TikToker warns of the dangers of New York City sidewalks - a frightening video shows exactly what lurks underneath our feet, September 13, 2023
A recent TikTok is giving New Yorkers a reason to be cautious when walking on crumbling sidewalks, as well as a peek at what's underneath. Casey Neistat, a content creator, produced a 20-second video describing how different and risky the world below a New York City curb is. It's also made up of old and rusty pipes with dripping water that every streetwalker would like to avoid. One TikTok user referred to this forum as "A lawsuit calling someone's name."