Ryan McNaught Net Worth


Ryan McNaught’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Ryan McNaught was born on 1973 in Bendigo, Australia, is a Lego designer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Ryan McNaught’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Lego designer
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Birthplace Bendigo, Australia
Nationality Australian

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Ryan McNaught’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Ryan McNaught is 48 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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McNaught took the A380 to the international Brickworld event in Chicago, and was seen by a representative of the Lego company. McNaught was asked if he would be interested in becoming a Lego Certified Professional. The Lego Certified Professional program are a small number (14 as of 2020) of professional adult Lego builders who the Lego Group considers a trusted business partner, selected by their building proficiency and professional approach towards Lego fans and the public. After he went through the six-month process and became one; the only one in the southern hemisphere. In 2013 he quit his job at Regency Media, and started his own business. Based in Melbourne Australia, McNaught is the managing director of The Brickman team. He has two full-time and two casual employees, working as Lego artists and craftspeople. In his warehouse he holds five million Lego bricks.


In 2019 he was selected to be the judge in the Australian reality television Lego Master. A Lego Masters series based on the British series of the same name in which teams compete to build the best Lego project. The first season premiered on 28 April 2019 on Nine Network hosted by Hamish Blake. Season 1 had a huge ratings success. Season 2 started in 2020.


McNaught exhibited an own build remote controlled Lego model of the Qantas Airbus A380 at the second Brickvention in Melbourne in 2010. The airplane was voted Best in Show by the AFOLs, and received media attention.


As a teenager he turned his attention more to sport. Playing football for Catholic College Bendigo, later for Kangaroo Flat; he also played cricket for Sandhurst. He left school and worked in IT, moving to Melbourne, where he played cricket for South Yarra. Later, he started working at Regency Media in 2004, a manufacturer of CDs and DVDs eventually becoming CIO.


McNaught was born and grew up in Bendigo, Victoria. His parents had a Melbourne travel agency. He met his future wife Melinda, at the Catholic College, but became a couple several years later. They married in 2000, and had twin sons in 2008: Riley and Alexander.


McNaught got his first Lego set from his grandma when he was three years old. In 1978, at the age of five, McNaught won a Master Builders’ Certificate in the Victoria finals of the Myer Lego National Building Competition.


Ryan McNaught, also known as The Brickman (born 1973), is a Lego designer as the only Australian Lego certified Professional. In 2019 he joined Channel Nine’s TV show Lego Masters Australia, as the main competition judge alongside host Hamish Blake.

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