NileRed, whose real name is Nigel Braun and who is famous on YouTube, is a social media figure from Canada. NileRed has a net worth of $2 million as of the year 2022.
On his channel on YouTube, which is called NileRed, he is well recognised for posting videos of himself conducting scientific experiments. On YouTube, he has over 4.46 million followers and subscribers to his channel.
Wiki and biography of NileRed.
NileRed was born on September 7th, 1991, making his current age, as of 2022, 31 years old. He came from a stable family that was originally from the city of Montreal in Canada. He is a citizen of Canada and maintains Canadian citizenship. He was born under the sign of the Virgo.
He graduated from the local high school in Montreal, which is located in Canada, and so concluded his early education. After that, he enrolled at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and ultimately received his degree in Biochemistry from that institution.
YouTube personality and scientist well recognised for their work on a variety of creative chemical projects. More than 481 million people have seen the videos of him doing tests that are hosted on his channel. On his verified Instagram account, which is nile.red, he has thousands of followers, and he uses that account to share snippets of his work with them.
Trivia & Unknown Facts
- The very first video that he uploaded to his channel was a tutorial on how to build a viral video called “How to manufacture the Pharaoh’s Serpent (Mercury (II) Thiocyanate).”
- “Aluminum and Mercury” is the name of his video that has received the most views.
- In around one and a half years, it garnered close to 10 million views.
- In June of 2021, he published an image on Instagram that showed his finger after it had been exposed to nitric acid.
- Another one of his films that has gained a lot of attention is about making wood translucent.
- It has more than 13 million views to its credit.
- The city of Montreal in Canada is his hometown. His true name is Nigel Braun.
- Both he and Nurdrage have their own channels on YouTube, each of which is devoted to posting films of scientific experiments.