Meet TikTok Star Nate Wyatt

Who Is Nate Wyatt?

Nate Wyatt is an American musician and actor. He was born on 29th March 1997 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He left his hometown to pursue a music career in Los Angeles. Nate was raised by his mother and grandmother. He is very close to his mother and has shared pictures of him and his mother on social media. He is really popular with the ladies because of his good looks, his ability to sing, and is a good athlete as well.

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Nate’s Career

Nate was offered a chance to play college football after he graduated from high school but he declined the offer to pursue a career in music. The star made it in the top 30 for ABC’s television show, BOY BAND but was eliminated in the first episode. He released a song called marathon which was produced by Paul Water in September 2017. He has also acted in Trunt which was released in 2018 and The Wrong Tutor 2019.

Nate Wyatt once admitted he can be a player when it comes to ladies. He and his mom both love Latin music. He is one of the few hand-selected ambassadors for the app Musical.ly now known as TikTok where they help recruit and promote new and upcoming talent. The star loves his urban streetwear fashion style. He is also a member of the hype house.

He rose to stardom on TikTok when he began posting lip-sync comedy videos which got an outrageous number of likes. Nate was romantically linked with fellow internet personality Aidette Cancino who is a YouTube star. They began dating in 2018 but the couple ended their relationship in 2019. At present, he hasn’t disclosed any information or insights about his dating life.

His Net Worth

The young actor is pursuing a career in acting and modeling. He went viral in one of his earliest videos. His net worth is estimated at around $30000 US dollars.

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