Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth And Girlfriend(Kinsey Wolanski)

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Biography

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy is Russian comedian and actor Best Known by his YouTube username VitalyzdTv.Zdorovetskiy’s YouTube videos, as of June 2019, have reached over 1.65 billion views and over 10 million subscribers, while his vlog channel has more than 260 million views and 2.0 million subscribers.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Age

Born On March 8, 1992, he is 27 Years of age as of 2019.On June 16, 2012, Zdorovetskiy and cameraman Jonathan Vegas filmed the “Russian Hitman Prank”. As part of the prank, Zdorovetskiy approached a Boca Raton man and informed him they had 60 seconds to get away from a briefcase he placed on the ground. After Zdorovetskiy revealed the whole thing to be a prank and that there was a hidden camera nearby, the man started attacking him and his partner and called the police. Zdorovetskiy was arrested by Boca Raton police department, facing a maximum of 15 years in prison.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Nationality

He is Of Russian And American Nationalities.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Height

He stands at a Height of 5′ 10″.. He first gained attention after posting a video of his “Miami Zombie Attack Prank,” an experiment devised in response to a 2012 cannibalistic attack on a Miami, Florida homeless man. Born Zdorovetskiy Vitaly in Murmansk, Russia on March 8, 1992, to Elena Vulitsky, Vitaly grew up in Odessa, Ukraine before his family emigrated to Florida. His first YouTube videos, in fact, were of his skateboarding stunts.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Girlfriend

His Girlfriend is Kinsey Wolanski.Kinsey Wolanski is an American swimsuit model.She was the pitch invader who halted the 2019 Champions League final (Liverpool vs Tottenham).

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Annual Salary

He has two YouTube channels, his main one being the one filled with pranks and his other one is basically his vlog. He has even done a movie about pranks, Natural Born Prankstars, together with Roman Atwood and other prankstars. He has an estimated net worth of around $3 million mainly earned from his YouTube career.

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Vitaly Zdorovetskiy

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Net Worth

Zdorovetskiy is a Russian American comedian who has a net worth of $7 million. Better known by his YouTube username, VitalyzdTV, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy was born on March 8, 1992 in the Russian city of Murmansk. Zdorovetskiy has gained notoriety for his public prank videos, which are uploaded to his YouTube account.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Brother Death

There is no more information about his brother. All we know is Vitaly lost his brother when he was fifteen years old. After this incident his all family got shattered.His stepdad became a psychopath. He started torturing Vitaly and Vitaly’s mother. His stepdad would quarrel and beat Vitaly’s mother everyday.

There is a funny video where a random guy was found claiming him as the lost twin brother of Vitaly Zdorovetskiy. Watch the video to know more.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Sunglasses

The original Vitaly Sunglasses. These fashionable rimless sunglasses offer a unique look and style for both men and women. These durable, high-quality sunglasses are equipped with UV400, which protect your eyes from the harmful UVA and UVB rays.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Quotes

Do you even lift bro?
The cops are just trying to mess with me right now, they just took my car and they’re waiting until I go to the police station to get my car back so they can arrest me. They want to arrest me right now.
Take a chill pill, bro.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy Nba Finals

YouTube prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, who counts roughly 11 million subscribers between his two channels, may be just as entertaining in the courtroom as he is online.

Zdorovetskiy, who has had numerous run-ins with the law,  appeared before a judge in Cleveland on Wednesday, where he plead no contest to running onto the court during an NBA Finals game earlier this month shirtless with ‘Trump sucks’ written on his chest and ‘LeBron for President’ scrawled across his back. He was fined $1,000 for trespassing in a place of public amusement.

“Is it too late to say sorry?” Zdorovetskiy said — quoting Justin Bieber during the hearing — per “I’ll never come back here again,” he added. “Unless the Cavs make the finals again.” This comment reportedly drew laughs from spectators as well as Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Lauren Moore. “We’re happy to watch you from far away on YouTube,” added assistant city prosecutor Angela Rodriguez.

After he was sentenced, Zdorovetskiy exited the courtroom and promptly started vlogging. “Thanks, Judge Moore,” he said. “You’re awesome. Stay sexy.” And, as he had promoted the hearing on Twitter, roughly two dozen fans showed up to greet him, according to

Zdorovetskiy, who was also banned by the NBA from attending any games for a year, has pulled several news-making — and law-breaking — stunts. In 2014, he half-streaked onto the field during a World Cup match with the words ‘Natural Born Prankster‘ scrawled across his belly and chest. Most recently, he mounted the ‘D’ of the Hollywood sign, for which he was sentenced to 460 hours of community service, one year of probation, and a $3,000 fine, according to

Zdorovetskiy documented the latest court appearance on his vlog channel. Check it out below:

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy  World Cup

He’s one of the world’s most prolific and ambitious pranksters. And today he set his sights on the ultimate stage – the World Cup final, watched by millions from every corner of the earth.

Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, a Russian YouTube comic known for his viral hoaxes, ran on to the pitch half-naked with “Natural Born Prankster” scrawled down his torso.The brief performance was captured by basketball superstar Lebron James who was in the crowd and posted a video to his more than 6 million followers on Instagram.

“Hahaha!! We’re going streaking! Everyone’s doing it. Man that was hilarious,” he wrote.

The Russian jokester hinted at the prank in tweet posted about five hours before the game.The day before, he wrote: “See you guys tomorrow on Tv 😉 Germany vs Argentina”.

The 22-year-old is what they call internet famous. His YouTube channel, VitalyzdTV, has more than 6 million subscribers and his videos have been viewed hundreds of millions of times. Most of his clips are of public pranks.

The cheeky clue before the game was retweeted by more than 13,000 people.

His most recent video, published last month and viewed more than 3 million times, shows a number of masked men jumping from a black vehicle and pretending to smash open and rob an ATM.

In his most popular video, which has received almost 40 million hits, he approaches women in public places and kisses them.

Germany went on to win the game 1-0 in extra time.

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THE boyfriend of Champions League streaker Kinsey Wolanski says he wants to marry her after her show-stealing performance at last night’s final.

Wolanski became an overnight sensation when she dashed on to the pitch during Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Tottenham in Madrid.The Russian glamour model somehow evaded security in the Wanda Metropolitana Stadium to bring play to a halt midway through the first half.

Wolanski was wearing a skimpy leotard promoting the Vitaly Uncensored prank brand run by her fella, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy.

The Russian social media star has built up a huge following online and congratulated his partner when police released her following the game.

And he then went on to hail her success in becoming a global star by vowing to marry the 22-year-old in the wake of her stunt.

Known as Vitalyzdtv, he took to his Instagram to post a picture of Kinsey running across the pitch along with a ring emoji and the words “I can’t wait to marry you”.Her impact on the night saw her number of Instagram followers swell to over a million.

And Kinsey showed no sign of regret over her actions, posting a picture of herself alongside Tottenham’s Harry Winks with the message: “Did I distract #8 a little too much?”

Proud Vitaly is no stranger to public stunts like Kinsey’s streak – having himself invaded the pitch during the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina.