American musician Josh Dun has an estimated net worth of $2 million. Born in Columbus, Ohio in June 1988. He is widely recognized as the drummer of the band Twenty One Pilots. At a very young age, Dun taught himself how to play drums. He played with the band House of Heroes. In 2011 Dun joined the Twenty One Pilots after his spell at Guitar Center and went on to released the independent album Regional at Best together with the band. The following year Twenty One Pilots were signed by Fueled by Ramen records and they released their major label first album Vessel in 2013. The album turned out to be a big success, hitting #10 on the US Alternative chart. The band’s 2015 album Blurryface peaked at #1 on the US Alternative, Billboard 200, and US Rock charts alike. They have also had successes with the singles “Guns for Hands”, “Lovely”, “Stressed Out”, “House of Gold”, “Fairly Local”, “Car Radio”, “Tear in My Heart”, “Lane Boy”, “Holding on to You”, “Ride”, and more. In 2013 Twenty One Pilots were nominated for an MTV Video Music Award – Artist to Watch.