David So, an American of South Korean descent, is a well-known figure on social media for his comedic performances. David has been in various television shows and also has a popular YouTube channel with more than 1.5 million subscribers. He has thousands of followers on other social media sites, where he is likewise well-liked. Since he first began working as a comedian, David has advanced considerably. He naturally inspires aspiring performers and comedians, especially those who immigrate to the United States in search of possibilities.
Early Childhood & Life
On March 30, 1987, David So was born in Seoul, South Korea. When he was a small child, his family relocated to the United States of America. He attended “Florin High School” and spent the majority of his boyhood there in Sacramento, California. After enrolling, he spent a few days studying at the “University of California, Riverside” (UCR) before transferring to “California State University, Sacramento.” David had discovered his passion by this point and had made the decision to pursue comedy and music. While still in school, David began to perform at stand-up comedy clubs all around California, but after three years he made the decision to follow his goal and left school.
Earlier Years of David So
David So decided to showcase his talents to a larger audience after quitting college. So, on October 3, 2010, he opened a YouTube channel and began uploading his music videos there. He created ‘DavidSoComedy,’ a new YouTube account in January 2011, and he began publishing comedic films there. Both of his recently launched channels got good feedback from viewers. His comedic YouTube channel eventually overtook his music channel in popularity due to the former’s higher subscriber count. He quickly rose to fame as a comedian, and because to his success on social media, he was given the chance to star in a number of short films, documentaries, and TV shows.
The Career of David So
He was given the chance to portray Psy in the 2012 comedy short “PSY Wants to Kill Me.” Then he appeared in the documentary “Uploaded: The Asian American Movement,” which examines how Asian Americans have emerged since the creation of social media sites like YouTube. He appeared in a few television shows that year, including “Company Car” and “MashBox.”
His major break came in 2013 when he was hired to host the television program “The Comment Show.” He continued to host 10 episodes in total for the show, which increased his exposure and popularity.
He performed a number of roles in the 2014 miniseries “JustKiddingFilms.” His popularity on social media kept growing, and he added more than a million subscribers to his YouTube channel. He also gained popularity on a number of other social media sites, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
He had a guest appearance in the comedic TV program “TigerBelly” in 2016. The following year ended up being the most successful of his career because he made his big-screen debut in the drama movie “Gook.” The movie, which was directed by Justin Chon and starred David So as the lead, tells the tale of two Korean American siblings. The 2017 Sundance Film Festival featured the film “Gook,” which earned positive reviews from critics. He appeared in a few television series during the same year, including “Laugh Out Loud by Kevin Hart” and “Goin’ Raw with Timothy Delaghetto.”
David has demonstrated his value as a producer in addition to his contributions as an actor and musician by working on the film “Gook.” He is also an entrepreneur because he shares ownership in several businesses, including “Drips & Swirls” and “Sip Matcha.”
Individual Life of David So
In a long-term relationship, David So has been with Mariel Song. He used social media in 2015 to talk about his girlfriend. ‘How David Met Mariel’, a YouTube video he even uploaded, has received over 1.5 million views. Currently, David and Mariel Song, his girlfriend, reside in Los Angeles.
Net Worth of David So
The estimated net worth of David So is around $1 million.