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A few years later, Dyrdek and Blender quit their board sponsor and created Alien Workshop—Dyrdek’s current skateboard deck sponsor and a company that he now owns.At the age of sixteen, Dyrdek decided to forgo his senior year of high school and instead moved to Southern California to continue with his professional skate career.
He is best known for his roles in the reality shows Rob and Big, He also is the creator of the animated series Wild Grinders, in which he voices the series' main character, Lil Rob.His appearances in 10 episodes of Rob & Big from 2006 until 2009, 2 episodes of Nitro Circus in 2009, and 21 episodes of Fantasy Factory in 2009 increased Christopher "Drama" Pfaff net worth.Drama was Rob Dyrdek’s personal assistant whose tasks included cleaning the house, taking care of Rob's bulldog, Meaty, and any other outrageous request Rob ordered him to do. He has also worked with Bobby Light and collaborated with famous hip hop artists including Snoop Dogg, The Game (rapper), Chris Brown and Wale (rapper) in the Hands of God recording studio a plus to Christopher "Drama" Pfaff net worth.On his third video one of the questions pertained to his girlfriend status.He is currently taken, and she is briefly in the video. To see the video, go to his Myspace and click on Ask Drama Pt. ....a sad day for all ladies hoping to be his lady friend. Drama had been doing a series of video questionnaires. Dyrdek was also featured in the video games skate., and Skate 2 (which also featured Boykin).
During the days of Rob & Big, the two were featured in an episode where they were actually going to the EA building to shoot for the game.
It also features a large indoor skate plaza, Dyrdek personal office, a foam pit, and numerous basketball hoops.
He also built a "hands of God" music studio for his cousin Pfaff inside the factory.
Fantasy Factory aired a total of six seasons, with the season finale airing on March 13, 2014.
The show mainly featured a cast of Dyrdek, Chris Pfaff, Boykin, Scott Pfaff, Chanel West Coast, and Sterling Brim.
In February 2009 Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, featuring Dyrdek, Pfaff, and his Dyrdek Enterprise staff, was first aired.