Yury Dud is a Russian journalist. He is known for his interviews with famous people from Russia and other countries, which are uploaded to his YouTube channel. In 2021 he was seen in the television series NMDNI. So far, he has received 1.58 billion views on his YouTube channel. In October 2017, he was honored with the Laureate of Redkollegia award and was named GQ Russia Person of the Year.
Yury Dud was born on October 11, 1986 in Potsdam, East Germany. Information about his parents and siblings has been kept private and kept out of the spotlight. His nationality is Ukraine and he has been living in Russia since he was 4 years old. From a young age he decided to pursue a career in sports.
Yury completed his high school education at a local school in Moscow. The details about his school name were kept secret and he expressed interest in writing articles on sports. For further studies he went to Moscow State University. In 2008 he graduated with a degree in journalism.
Yury Dud’s career
Yury used to work for Izvestia as a freelance journalist and was later promoted to full-time journalist at the age of 16. In 2007 he worked for a sports magazine called PROsport and then for a television service called NTV Plus. From 2011 to 2013 he hosted a TV show called Headbutt on Russia-1. Later in 2015, he launched another show titled KultTura on Match TV. In addition to hosting shows, he worked as the editor-in-chief of Sports.ru for 7 years. In 2018 he was promoted to Deputy General Manager.
In 2017 he started his own YouTube channel where he interviewed many musicians, politicians, journalists, film directors and business people. He has uploaded a lot of content about travel and politics on his social media. In the same year he appeared in a TV series called “Vdud” and guest-starred in “Evening Urgent”.
Yury Dud Social media
Yury is very active on various social media platforms. He uses social media platforms to give his opinion on current events and pictures of his trip and interviews. In November 2011 he joined Twitter and has gained 908.3 thousand followers. On his Instagram account, he has earned 4.8 million followers and 49 followers. He has 9.85 million subscribers on his YouTube channel and receives more than a million views for each video.
Yury Dud biography
|Yuri Alexandrovich Dud
|date of birth
|October 11, 1986
|Age (as of 2022)
|place of birth
|in feet inches – 5′ 9” – in centimeters – 175 cm
|in kilograms – 68kg – in pounds – 149 pounds
Yury Dud Family
|Moscow State University
|Who is Yury Dud’s wife?
|Two (Alena & Danil)
Yury is married to his wife named Olga Dud. They got married in a private ceremony and the details of it have been kept low-key. Later they were blessed with two children named Alena and Danil.
Due to the war between Russia and Ukraine in 2022. He published his opinion on it and mentioned that he did not vote for this government and condemned the actions of Russia. Alongside this, he also mentioned that he grew up in Russia, Russia is his homeland and he wears the tricolor on his forearm with tenderness and love.
But Ukraine, the homeland of the homes of relatives and friends, is expressing maximum support these days. Like many citizens of Ukraine, he seeks world peace and does not support the idea of war. As a journalist, he openly shared his view of the current crisis with his supporters.
Yury Dud Net Worth
Yury Dud earned a lot in his career as a journalist. He has also interviewed famous people and traveled extensively. According to sources, his net worth was estimated at around $1.5 million. He used to work with publications and must have earned money from it.
Facts About Yury Dud
- His parents had to emigrate to the Russian Federation in the early 1990s.
- He suffered from bronchial asthma and was unable to pursue an athletic career.
- He has a tattoo on his right hand that is about his son.
- At school age, he wrote articles for several publications such as Izvestia and Today.
- In 2018, he starred as a narrator in the TV series Russia Not Today.
- He was featured in InterNYET: A History of the Russian Internet in 2019.
- In 2016, he won the GQ Russia Person of the Year Award with Yevgeny Savin in the Face from the TV category.