Andy Dick is a comedian, actor, musician, and television and film producer from the United States. Andy is probably best known for his work on several television shows, including “The Ben Stiller Show,” “News Radio,” “Less Than Perfect,” and his own show, “The Andy Dick Show.” As of 2021, Andy Dick has a $3 million net worth.
|Full Name:||Andrew Roane Dick|
|Age:||55 years old|
|Birth Date:||21 December 1965|
|Birth Place:||Charleston, South Carolina, United States|
|Wife/Spouse:||Ivone Kowalczyk (m. 1986–1990), Lena Sved|
|Children:||YeLucas Dick, Jacob Dick, Meg Dick|
|Profession:||American comedian, actor, musician, and television and film producer|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
Andy Dick Early Life
Andy Dick was born in Charleston, South Carolina on December 21, 1965. Andy is a musician, producer, and voice over artist in addition to being an actor and comedian. Andy is probably best known for his work on several television shows, including “The Ben Stiller Show,” “Newsradio,” “Less Than Perfect,” and his own show, “The Andy Dick Show.”
Andy has recently appeared on Dancing with the Stars and celebrity wife swap. Andy has appeared in dozens of major motion pictures aside from television. His most successful films to date are probably “In the Army Now,” “The Cable Guy,” “Road Trip,” “Zoolander,” and “Old School.” Andy has struggled with drugs and alcohol over the years and has had several run-ins with the law. He was married to Ivone Kowalczyk for four years, and they had a son named Lucas.
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Andy Dick Net Worth & Career
Andy Dick’s first big break came in 1992, when he appeared as a cast member on the short-lived The Ben Stiller Show. The show was cancelled in 1993. Dick had his first major film role that year in Double Dragon, a film based on a video game. Another notable appearance was in a sketch on The Late Show with David Letterman. Andy was cast in an episode of The Nanny in 1994. He then landed a key role in the television remake of Get Smart before landing a role in NBC’s Go Fish.
Andy Dick landed a recurring role on NBC’s sitcom NewsRadio in 1995. In the critically acclaimed show, he played Matthew Brock. Although NewsRadio was well-received, ratings were consistently low. As a result, the show was canceled in 1999. Andy Dick returned to film in 1997, co-starring with Jack Black and Luke Wilson in Bongwater. Dick landed another film role in Inspector Gadget in 1999.
In 2001, he contributed to the creation of The Andy Dick Show, which aired on MTV. Andy Dick wrote and directed every episode of the series, in which he played a different role in a mockumentary-style approach. Andy mocked several celebrities on the show by impersonating them, and several celebrities appeared as guests. After three seasons, the show was canceled in 2003.
The following year, he landed a recurring role on MTV’s The Assistant. Survivor, The Apprentice, The Bachelor, and many other reality TV shows were mocked in this show. Before being canceled, the show aired for eight episodes. Andy Dick also appeared as an emergency medical hologram in an episode of Star Trek: Voyager. Dick finished last in the eighth season of Celebrity Poker Showdown.
Andy appeared in films such as Dude, Where’s My Car?, Road Trip, Zoolander, Reality Bites, Old School, The Hebrew Hammer, and Employee of the Month throughout the 2000s. Many of these appearances were cameos.
He appeared in an episode of The Real World: Hollywood in 2008 to direct contestants to their next challenge: improv classes. Andy Dick has also appeared on The Gong Show, Sober House 1, and Celebrity Wife Swap.
Andy Dick Net Worth
Andy Dick is a jack of all trades because he earns a living by acting, singing, producing, and doing voice-overs. He is well-known for his comedy as well as his outlandish behavior as a result of several Comedy Central Roasts. The majority of these shows have contributed to his meteoric rise to stardom. As of 2021, Andy Dick’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million.