Bryce Hall


Bryce Hall (American Social Media Influencer)


Born on August 14, 1999,[2] Bryce Michael Hall is an American boxer and social media star. His YouTube and TikTok videos are what have made him most famous. His YouTube channel has 3 million subscribers as of October 9, 2023, while his TikTok account has 24 million followers



Born on August 14, 1999, Hall grew up in Ellicott City, Maryland, under the care of his mother Lisa.

At the age of fifteen, Hall began using YouNow as his social networking platform.[6] After being bullied, he initially began live broadcasting in an attempt to make friends.[6] He began to achieve popularity on Vine and Musical, two social media platforms, in late 2014.ly gaining more than 30,000 Vine followers prior to its closure at the end of 2016.(7) In 2015, he launched his YouTube account.


In order to further his profession, Hall relocated from his Maryland home to Los Angeles in 2018. He was one of the social media stars highlighted in the 2019 documentary Jawline, which covered the start of his career and the legal difficulties he had with Michael Weist, his former manager.(6) The talent management company TalentX Entertainment owns the Sway House, a Bel Air estate and content house that Hall and five other social media celebrities moved into in January 2020. There, they made a commitment to produce viral content for TikTok and other social media platforms.(8)In [9] Michael Gruen, a co-founder of Sway House and TalentX, acknowledged the discontinuation of Sway House in February 2021.



At the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on June 12, 2021, Hall made his boxing debut against American YouTuber Austin McBroom in an exhibition battle.13] YouTubers vs. TikTokers was the bout’s billing, and a variety of YouTubers and TikTokers square off on the undercard. In the third round, McBroom won via technical knockout over Hall.



In 2018, Hall relocated to Los Angeles, California, and went on to create the Sway House. Hall dated Addison Rae, a TikToker, in 2020. The following year, they called it quits.