Andy Dick Net worth | Bio | Age | Career [UPDATED 2022]

Net worth

Andy Roane Dick, popularly known as Andy Dick, is a well known American TV actor, voice actor and a comedian. As of 2022, Andy has a net worth of $500 thousand.

Intro

Andy Dick is one of the celebrated personalities nowadays who is known best for his role in the “NewsRadio” and “The Andy Dick Show”. He has appeared as one of the most recognizable comics of the modern era.

Besides his comedy, he is recognized for his outlash behavior that he demonstrated in multiple Comedy Central Roasts. He is a musician and a producer as well. He has a lot of skills that he made good use of and his variety of talents made him really popular.

Main Earning Sources

Andy is a comedian and he earned most of his revenue by performing in shows. Besides performing, he generates a decent amount by providing voice-overs, singing and producing.

Career

Andy began his career in TV comedy as a cast member of a sketch comedy show named the Ben Stiller Show. On the third night of David Letterman’s  new CBS show in 1993, Andy appeared as “Donnie the CBS Page Who Likes to Suck Up”. He portrayed Pepé the stylist in 1994 in the Nanny episode “Maggie the Model”. He casted in the television adaptation of getting Smart Fox and co-starred in the NBC Summer television series GoFish.

Andy has appeared in various sitcoms. In NBC’s NewsRadio from 1995 to 1999 and ABC’s Less Than Perfect (2001-2003), he has portrayed Owen Kronsky. He created the Andy Dick Show in 2001 and appeared in MTV’s reality show, The Assistant in 2004. He also casted in the Star Trek episode “Message in a Bottle”.

In 2008, Andy appeared on the third episode of The Real World: Hollywood. he competed in Season 16 of Dancing With the Stars in 2013.

Andy played a fictionalized version of himself in the film adaptation of the video game Double Dragon. He  co-starred with MTV comedian Pauly Shore in a war comedy picture In the Army Now in 1994. In the 1999 film Inspector Gadget, Andy appeared as one of Dr. Claw’s minions.

Throughout his career, Andy Dick has appeared in a number of notable films like Road Trip (2000), Zoolander (2001), Old School (2003).  He has provided voice covers  in “Dilbert”, “The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride,” “Hey Arnold” and “Clone High,” as well as the computer games “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” and “Pain.” He has also performed in the first episode of the web series All Growz Up in 2013.

Early Life

Andrew Roane Dick was born on December 21, 1965 in Charleston, South Carolina, and grew up in Chicago. He lived with his family in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York, Yugoslavia and then relocated to Chicago in 1979. As he remained private regarding his family, his parents or sibling’s names are not known yet.

Andy completed his high school graduation from West High School in Joliet, Illinois. Then he moved to Chicago’s Second City and spent a semester at Illinois Wesleyan University before enrolling at Columbia College Chicago.

Personal Life

Andy Dick was married to Ivone Kowalczyk from 1986 to 1990 and had a child named Lucas with her. He has two children with Lena Sved. According to page six, Andy was engaged to Elisa Jordana in 2021.

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Legal Issues

Andy was interrogated about the suicide of actor David Strickland and was able to identify his body. Andy hit a post in Hollywood with his automobile in 1999. He was accused of cocaine, drug paraphernalia and cannabis possession.

Andy was arrested in 2004 after exposing his buttocks at a nearby McDonald’s. He was arrested for sexual violence and narcotics possession in 2008.  He was arrested for sexual abuse at a bar in Huntington in 2010.

He was arrested  for criminal sexual battery on a man in California in 2021. His fiancée Elisa Jordana claimed that Andy used a metal chair to abuse his lover Lucas.

Interesting Facts

  • Andy identifies himself as bisexual.
  • Footage of Andy’s arrest in 2021 was live-streamed on a YouTube channel.
  • Andy becomes the headlines regularly for less than savory reasons

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