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Paddy Galloway Wiki, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Net Worth

Paddy Galloway is an Irish Youtuber and social media celebrity. He gained popularity on his self-titled Youtube channel for sharing case studies of the rapid growth of various famous Youtubers including Graham Stephan, Airrack, Mark Rober, Logan Paul, PewDiePie, and more. 

Paddy was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland along with parents and relatives. He went to a local school and moved to a popular university in Dublin for his bachelor’s. While completing his bachelor’s he decided to be a Youtuber and in 2016 he created his Youtube channel and uploaded his debut video titled “How Much Does Christian Guzman Make ?” a case study of Christian from Youtube. The video went viral within a short span of time and recorded more than 300k views as of now. 

With rising fame as a Youtuber, Paddy garnered thousands of followers on various social media platforms including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Subsequently, various tech and gadgets brands have chosen him as the face of their products. 

NamePaddy Galloway
Nick NamePaddy 
Birth PlaceDublin, Ireland

Paddy Galloway Age, Height, and Weight

Paddy Galloway has not shared his exact date of birth, yet so it is difficult to comment on his age. He is 5′ 9″ tall and his weight is approximately 75 kg.


  • Paddy Galloway hails from Dublin, Ireland.
  • He likes traveling, especially to mountains.
  • France is his favorite holiday destination.
  • Rugby is his favorite sport.
  • The blue color is Paddy’s favorite.

Associated With

Parker Walbeck is a popular Youtuber and social media celebrity.

Net Worth 

Paddy Galloway’s net worth as of now, in 2021 is estimated to be more than $700k. Sources of his earnings are brand promotions and different ventures. 

Social Media

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How tall is Paddy Galloway?

Paddy Galloway is 5′ 9″ tall.

Where is Paddy Galloway from?

Paddy Galloway is from Dublin, Ireland.

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