Who is Jordan Maron? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Jordan Maron is a video game analyst, electronic musician, and YouTuber from the United States. He is well known for playing the video game Minecraft, which was showcased on CaptainSparklez and CaptainSparklez 2, his two primary YouTube channels.

In addition, he has created a number of songs and music videos with a Minecraft theme, including “Revenge,” a spoof of Usher’s “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love.”

Jordan Maron: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

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In Los Angeles, California, on February 10, 1992, Jordan Maron was born. After his parents separated, he eventually relocated to Santa Barbara with his mother Linda to live with his grandma. Later, his mother wed Gordon, a new husband.

Jordan was a brilliant student who consistently received decent scores, but he lacked social relationships. He didn’t have much of a social life, so he spent much of his time skating. Prior to enrolling in Santa Barbara High School, he spent a year in a semi-private school.

Later, after enrolling at the University of California, Santa Barbara, he changed his major from Chemical Engineering to Computer Science. He left school, nevertheless, following his sophomore year’s first quarter.

Jordan started working full-time for YouTube in December 2011. He has nine YouTube channels in total, seven of which are active at the moment.

Net Worth

Jordan Maron’s estimated net worth is $12 million, based on celebrity Net Worth.

Jordan Maron’s House

A three-story home in Hollywood Hills, perched on a hilltop above the Sunset Strip, cost Jordan Maron more than $4.5 million.

His opulent home has approximately 4100 square feet of living area, which includes living and dining rooms as well as an outside terrace connected by floor-to-ceiling glass sliders with a fireplace. His house features an expansive den below that includes a five-seat bar, a party-sized Jacuzzi, an infinity pool, a barbeque station, and a sunken wet bar.

According to Variety, Jordan kept his home on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles up for sale in February 2020 for $4.895 million.

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