• Alva Jay is a YouTube and Instagram personality, best known for her focus on beauty-related content. • She has a net worth of over $500,000, earned through her online fame and various opportunities. • She started her YouTube career in 2016, creating various make-up-related videos. • She has grown her presence on other social media sites, such as Instagram and Snapchat, by doing adult-oriented content. • Alva Jay is active on social media and has over 260,000 YouTube subscribers.
Alva Jay was born on 19 May 1993, in the United States of America, and is a YouTube and an Instagram personality, best known from initially gaining fame on the website YouTube, thanks to her focus on beauty-related content. She has done videos on fitness, make-up, fashion, and lifestyle.
The Wealth of Alva Jay
How rich is Alva Jay? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $500,000, earned through success in her numerous endeavors. Her online fame has led her to numerous opportunities including collaborative work, sponsorships, and other deals. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
There is almost no information regarding Alva’s life prior to her rise to fame as she has not shared a lot of details regarding her family, childhood, and education. It is known that she developed a strong interest towards beauty at a young age and wanted to improve herself further in many ways. She then decided that she would share this passion of hers on YouTube, with the possibility of gaining a career while doing so.
YouTube is one of the most popular websites in the world according to Alexa Internet as it is currently ranked second in terms of online traffic. It has become one of the largest sources of video media online with videos such as video blogs (vlogs), educational videos, original videos, recordings, live streams, trailers, and many more available on the website. Content creators can earn income through advertising revenue provided by the Google AdSense program. The company is owned by Google, bought by the technology giant in 2006 for $1.65 billion.
Jay started her YouTube career in 2016 by creating numerous make-up-related videos, which would slowly transition into other types of beauty related content. She did reviews of popular make-up brands as well as unboxing videos of popular products. She also discussed her skincare routine – her consistent content would help grow her subscriber numbers, although around this time, she was having trouble with her weight, and decided that she could go on a weight loss journey with her YouTube audience as a witness.
She was highly successful, and it helped her develop her body into more model-like proportions. Since then, her most popular videos have been about fashion, as she’s been trying products she’s received from various popular retail outlets – her most popular video was when she tried numerous outfits from Fashion Nova. With the development of her body, a lot more people started noticing her attractive features, which in turn has attracted more fans. She also gained a lot of attention for her content on which she wore various bikinis from brands such as Forever 21 and Savage X Fenty.
Instagram and Adult Content
Aside from YouTube, Velasco started developing her presence on other websites, and began posting regularly on Instagram. It is one of the most popular social media services in the world with over 500 million users active on the website on a daily basis. It has grown rapidly since its launch in 2010 and its owner Facebook reports over a billion registered users to the service. It is a photo and video sharing service on which users can upload content to the public or to pre-approved followers. Users can also organize content based on tags and location features while they can also edit content through the use of filters.
As her appearance changed, Alva also started to do more adult-oriented content which catered mainly to men. She established her own personal website, and promoted a private Snapchat on which she could provide adult content for subscribers. Snapchat is a multimedia messaging app which started out as a person-to-person app before later implementing features that could send to multiple people at a time. She also set up her own account on Only Fans, on which content creators can establish their own paid subscription service; the website is very popular among people in the adult entertainment industry.
For her personal life, it is known that Jay married Ruben Hernandez when she was just 18, though the status of their relationship is in question. According to some of her fans, she was deeply religious before, which made a lot of people question her decision when she wanted to become a part of the adult industry. Her shift in content has alienated a lot of fans, and without any answers to the current state of her relationship, people assume that the man she’s been seen with in her videos is her husband, though it has not been confirmed.
Similar to numerous YouTube personalities, she is highly active online through accounts on social media. Her main Instagram account was taken down due to violations of the website’s policy, but she has a secondary account which has over 65,000 followers. She also has a Twitter account, though it hasn’t been updated since 2012. Many of her followers noted that she has not been communicating with her original fan base in recent months, preferring to do adult content and focus on her subscription-based followers. Despite that, her YouTube account still has over 260,000 subscribers.
$60 million dollars, $60 million dollars
Date Of Birth
October 19, 1966, October 19, 1966
1.83 m, 1.83 m
Screenwriter, Stand-up comedian, Television producer, Film producer, Voice Actor, Film director, Television Director, Screenwriter, Stand-up comedian, Television producer, Film producer, Voice Actor, Film director, Television Director
Queens College, City University of New York, The Bronx High School of Science, Queens College, City University of New York, The Bronx High School of Science
Joya Tillem, Joya Tillem
Max Favreau, Madeleine Favreau, Brighton Rose Favreau, Max Favreau, Madeleine Favreau, Brighton Rose Favreau
Charles Favreau, Madeleine Favreau, Charles Favreau, Madeleine Favreau
Saturn Award for Best Director, PETA Innovation in Film Award, Saturn Award for Best Director, PETA Innovation in Film Award
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actor in a Comedy, Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Non-fiction Series, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actor in a Comedy, Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form, Primetime Emmy Award fo...
The Jungle Book, Chef, Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, Elf, Cowboys & Aliens, Swingers, Zathura, Four Christmases, Couples Retreat, Rudy, The Break-Up, Daredevil, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Replacements, Very Bad Things, I Love You, Man, Made, Love & Sex, Something's Gotta Give, PCU, Deep Impact...
Friends, Dinner for Five, HypaSpace, Friends, Dinner for Five, HypaSpace
[on his film Chef (2014)] It was nice to work on a little movie like this again, where I have so many responsibilities between writing and directing and acting, and you live and die by your own talents. I missed the feeling of doing something small and personal, where I wouldn't have to explain my vision to anyone but the people I was collaborating with.
(on briefly working in banking): I gave two weeks' notice a week before Black Monday. But it was very strange because I thought I would be working on Wall Street my whole life. It was the go-go '80s; there were yellow ties. It was just an exciting moment. And although I wasn't involved in the trading side of things, I was still around that culture, and I ultimately decided it just wasn't for me. As a matter of fact, I wanted to be a New York City firefighter. I didn't make it in, though.
(On directing Mickey Rourke): There was a maze of things that had to be worked through, but it was usually because I was not accurate enough in what I was asking for. To simply say to an actor like Mickey Rourke, ''Stand there and say what's in this comic-book movie,'' is not going work. That ain't why you hire Mickey Rourke.
I wanted to do a Christmas movie. I had been offered Surviving Christmas (2004), and I opted not to pursue that one any further. And then Elf (2003) came along and I thought it really plays into my sensibilities. I thought the one thing about Will Ferrell that I had not seen him do a lot was show his heart as a person and a performer. In developing the script, although it was edgy and irreverent at times, I wanted to keep it a PG movie, not a PG-13 movie that made fun of Christmas.
I don't 'handle' people. It's so much easier to manipulate actors than to really have an earnest discussion with them. It's very easy to say whatever's going to appease them and then turn around and do whatever you want to do. It's difficult to be forthright with people, because the job does not lend itself to that.
I've always wanted to call the shots because I would rather fail than not have a chance to figure it out on my own. I'm a very lazy person by nature. I have to be really engaged, and then I go straight from lazy to obsessive. I couldn't study chemistry, but I could memorize all the books for Dungeons and Dragons. It was ridiculous. The trick is to find what I like to do.
His father has French-Canadian, German, and Italian ancestry, and his mother was from a Jewish family.
Attended Queens College, City University of New York, but dropped out.
Attended and graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in 1984.
Parents are Charles and Madeleine Favreau.
His wife, Joya Tillem, is a physician.
Says he considered renaming Cowboys & Aliens (2011), when audiences initially laughed at the trailer thinking it was a parody.
Began a career at Bear Stearns on Wall Street in the 1980s. He then quit and even considered becoming a New York City fireman.
Is the first person to appear in a Marvel Comic film adaptation, (Foggy Nelson in Daredevil (2003)) as well as direct one (Iron Man (2008) and Iron Man 2 (2010)). Is also the first person to play two unrelated Marvel characters with Favreau portraying the Iron Man character Harold "Happy" Hogan in Iron Man and Iron Man 2.
Met his close friend and on-screen partner Vince Vaughn when both secured supporting roles in Rudy (1993).
Wrote script for Swingers (1996) on computer software given to him by his father.