Biography - A Short Wiki
Casey Neistat has a glorious chest. All body measurements are summarized in the table below!
Casey Neistat is an American YouTuber, filmmaker and vlogger who co-founded the multimedia company Beme, which was later acquired by CNN. In 2018, Casey founded 368, a creative space for creators to collaborate. He is also a writer, director, and star of the HBO series The Neistat Brothers. Casey won the John Cassavetes Award at the 2012 Independent Spirit Awards for producing the film Daddy Long Legs and won a Streamy Award for Best First Person Series in 2016. Born Casey Owen Neistat on March 25, 1981 in New London, Connecticut, to parents Amy and Barry Neistat, his siblings are Dean, Jordan and Van. He created his self-titled YouTube channel in February 2010 and started posting daily vlogs on YouTube on March 26, 2015. Since December 29, 2013, he has been married to Candice Pool. He has three children, Owen, Francine and Georgie.
Body Measurements Table
In the following table, you will find all body measurements of Casey Neistat that are known today. Be it the height weight, shoe size, or something else.
|Dress size (US):||Unknown|
|Shoe size (US):||Unknown|
|Cup size (US):||Unknown|
|Height:||5′9″ (175 cm)|
|Weight:||161 pounds (73 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Unknown|
Ideas are cheap. Ideas are easy. Ideas are common. Everybody has ideas. Ideas are highly, highly overvalued. Execution is all that matters.Casey Neistat
My brother Van got the computer first and showed me what it was like to edit video. I definitely credit Van with turning me onto filmmaking.Casey Neistat
If I’m in the stands at a U2 concert watching Bono, how can I capture this moment without interrupting it and making it fake?Casey Neistat
I moved to New York City when I was 20 years old, started making movies non-stop. I didn’t have any friends, so I would just sit at home all night editing on my iMac.Casey Neistat
The reason why people wear pajamas to the airport in the first place is so that they’ll be comfortable during their flight. But you know, typically, air travel is 50 to 75 percent of the time you spend traveling. The rest of the time you spend in public places like airports and around other people. That’s when looking good trumps comfort.Casey Neistat