Fun Facts You Didn’t Know About Him
Published: October 7, 2022
Last updated: January 26, 2023
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Isaac Butterfield for 2023.
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Isaac Butterfield At A Glance
💡Full Name and Age
Isaac Butterfield (The Buttsmart) is 35 years old and lives in Newcastle, Australia (about 10 hours drive south from where I live on the Sunshine Coast). He is 6 feet 8 inches tall as mentioned in numerous videos of his.
🤑 Net Worth
The wealth of many YouTubers does come as a surprise to me.
As of 2023, Isaac Butterfield has a net worth of $1,700,000 Australian dollars. He owns his own house, car and has a successful comedy business.
Many YouTube creators like Isaac simply DON’T want you to know how rich they are, because otherwise, they aren’t so relatable to their budget-conscious audience.
🤩 Income Streams
Isaac Butterfield makes money through YouTube ads, selling merchandise but his biggest cash cow are his stand up comedy gigs.
Isaac brings a sense of normality in times of chaos, and simply speaks the truth. He’ll call a spade…a spade any day of the week!
❌ Notable Complaints
With the above mentioned, Isaac isn’t without controversy. He has pissed off the feminists, got canceled more than once and his social media accounts have been suspended at times for simply telling a joke.
🚀 The X-Factor
Despite his controversy, he does speak to the heart of Australian culture which represents giving everyone a fair go. He believes wholeheartedly in freedom of speech, with many seeing him as a modern-day Ned Kelly.
📈 Creator Trends
Isaac has tapered off from his earlier growth as a creator from 2019 onwards. That said – any video mentioning vegans still goes viral.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
Isaac Butterfield’s wife is Clare Butterfield and they recently got married. Clare is now pregnant with their first child who is due in mid 2023.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
Isaac speaks to the heart of Australian culture while using jokes that sit right on the edge.
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How much does Isaac Butterfield make and how?
I estimate, based on his channel metrics, that Isaac Butterfield makes $27,000 per month on YouTube. Yes, that’s a $300k annual salary and around 5x more than most Australians.
He does this strategically through:
➜ Selling his own merchandise
➜ Revenue from the ads that are played
➜ The occasional brand sponsorship
➜ Receiving gifts from loyal fans (physical products, not cash)
As noted above, his main income is derived from his live standup gigs.
Isaac’s loyal audience really praises him for:
➜ His legendary status (only true fans like us know!)
➜ Cutting through all the BS from the crazy left
➜ Still giving a damn about his own enemies
➜ Trying to find the rational middle ground
➜ Being a close friend of Friendly Jordies
Personally, the biggest praise I can give him was having Vegan Booty on the show last year.
He does respect some legends in this industry such as Andrew Tate:
Creator Red Flags
Despite his fame, our favorite Isaac isn’t without some controversy. These include:
➜ He made $100,000 promoting the Established Titles scam (he apologized unlike most YouTubers, but it took some nudging from his audience and Scott Schafer)
➜ Being hated by vegans, feminists and crazy woke people alike
➜ Defending icons such as Andrew Tate and other influencers who got banned
➜ Controversy through the LGBTQ+ community for his binary views
That said, this is his style and cannot please everyone.
The X Factor
The unique qualities of Isaac are:
➜ Bringing rationality to an otherwise crazy world
➜ Being mindful not to spread hate, but awareness
➜ Calling out the BS when it’s justified (it almost always is)
➜ Standing up for what’s right (even when it’s difficult)
Oh, and he’s a true hater of Tracy Grimshaw from A Current Affair.
I’ve not only laughed a ton but learned a lot from watching his comedy videos on Youtube. I really do look forward to heading to one of his live gigs in Queensland real soon.
For now, my key takeaways include:
➜ Be willing to speak the truth, even when you’re against the ‘narrative’
➜ Call out the BS when you see it (as I’ve done numerous times on my blog)
➜ Play the long game, but take consistent action each and every single day
His comedy is quintessentially Australian and a gift to this great country. We must protect Issac and most importantly, free speech, at all costs.