Elliot Loney has over 400,000 followers across his platforms with his videos being viewed by over a hundred Million people and counting

Elliot Loney is a comedian, impersonator, VO artist, writer, and director. By numbers, he is the most watched and downloaded impressionist in Australia. Elliot initially enjoyed viral success on YouTube from the self-created and written series Man vs. Metro – impersonating Bear Grylls.

Elliot has continued to create regular content across YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram which is viewed widely across the world.

Some of his best impersonations include those of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Jim Courier. Loney grew up playing tennis and even chased the pro dream before a skateboarding accident ruined his chances.

Elliot Loney puts a personalized spin on each impersonation, which is why he wears a sideways hat for Kyrgios and adds poetry to his Nadal skits. He’s even met Nadal, quite memorably at the Rogers Cup one year.

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His YouTube channel boasts a lot of his best work, including a recently launched podcast. He shares how he became friends with Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios, what the secret to a good impersonation is, and how tennis’ ups and downs are similar to comedy.

What is Elliot Loney’s networth?

Elliot is one of the richest Comedians & listed as the most popular Comedian. According to Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Elliot Loney’s net worth is approximately US$1.5 Million.

During the Australian Open in 2015, he showcased his talents once again with a scarily accurate parody of tennis superstar Rafael Nadal on Channel 9’s Today Show Australia. He has also impersonated Andy Murray and Jim Courier. He is one of the most successful and richest comedians from Australia.

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He was a smash hit in the Seven Network’s sketch comedy show Kinne. Upon making his transition from sketch comedy to stand-up comedy, he entered the biggest stand-up competition in Australia and made it to the state finals.

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