Bryce Hall Bio

Bryce Hall
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Quick Facts

Birthday: August 14, 1999

Girlfriend: Elle Danjean

Age: 22 Years, 22 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Leo

Also Known As: Bryce Michael Hall

Born Country: United States

Born in: Ellicott City, Maryland, United States

Famous as: TikTok Star

Family:

mother: Lisa

U.S. State: Pennsylvania, Maryland

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Who is Bryce Hall?

Bryce Hall is an American social media star and amateur boxer. He is best known for posting dance, lip-sync, and comedy videos on his popular TikTok account. He often collaborates with fellow TikTok stars and friends to create interesting content. Apart from being famous on TikTok, Bryce Hall is also popular on other major social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. In 2019, Hall became one of the social media stars to be featured in a documentary film about social media titled Jawline.

Early Life & Career

Bryce Hall was born on August 14, 1999, in Ellicott City, Maryland, USA. He was raised in Ellicott City by his mother Lisa. Bryce Hall had a strained relationship with his father throughout his childhood. He never had an opportunity to spend time with his father, who was abusive towards his mother. Bryce Hall was bullied when he was young. In order to make some friends and start life afresh, he started live streaming content on YouNow. After starting his social media career at the age of 15 on YouNow, Bryce Hall went on to post interesting content on other platforms, such as Musical.ly and Vine. He soon started gathering followers on Vine and had more than 30,000 followers on the platform before it was shut down in 2016.

Meanwhile, he also created a YouTube channel and started posting interesting videos, such as challenges, pranks, and story time videos. Many of his videos, such as Reacting to our TikToks, Spin the Bottle, Chapstick Challenge w/ Addison Rae, Hype House Reacts to Still Softish Diss track on Lil Huddy, and 7 Second Challenge w/ Jacob Sartorius and Mark Thomas, have accumulated millions of views each. His YouTube channel has more than 3.5 million subscribers. Encouraged by the success that he achieved on social media, Hall left Ellicott City, Maryland for Los Angeles, California in 2018 in an attempt to focus solely on his career on social media. In 2019, he became one of the social media stars to be featured in Jawline, a documentary film detailing his career beginnings as well as his legal scandals with his erstwhile manager, Michael Weist.

Bryce Hall’s popularity increased in January 2020 when he moved into the Sway House alongside other popular influencers like Jaden Hossler and Anthony Reeves. After moving into the Sway House, a house owned by TalentX Entertainment, Hall started collaborating with other popular social media stars, becoming one of the most important and popular influencers in the United States of America. In 2020, he also started his own podcast called Capital University.

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Personal Life

Bryce Hall started a relationship with popular dancer Elle Danjean in 2019. After breaking up with Elle, he started dating fellow social media influencer Addison Rae in 2020. Hall and Rae ended their relationship in 2021 due to irreconcilable differences. Bryce Hall is close to his mother Lisa whom he often features on his popular Instagram page.

Over the years, Bryce Hall has been involved in several controversies. In 2020, he accused fellow social media influencer and member of the Sway House, Thomas Petrou, of stealing money from other members of the house and spending money irresponsibly. In the same year, his tweet related to homophobia created controversy. Subsequently, he was accused of mocking the LGBT community, for which he reacted by deleting his tweet and issuing an apology few minutes later. On May 25, 2020, Bryce Hall, and fellow TikToker, Jaden Hossler ,were arrested on drug charges in Lee County, Texas for possessing marijuana. Bryce Hall was later released on bail worth $5,000. In April 2021, Hall was sued by Cinco restaurant's co-owner Hernan Fernando for battery and engaging in acts of violence.

Trivia

Bryce Hall was part of the popular white-collar amateur boxing event, YouTubers vs. TikTokers. Bryce Hall's fight against YouTuber Austin McBroom was the main event of the night, which was promoted as Battle of the Platforms. Bryce Hall, who represented TikTokers, was defeated by Austin McBroom in the third round via technical knockout. At the end of the fight, Bryce Hall was left bruised and bleeding. Although he lost the fight, Hall was appreciated for his resilience and boxing skills.

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