Andrea Rosen Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Andrea Rosen|
|Birth Place/City||New York, NY|
|Profession||comedian and actress|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Married to||John Gemberling|
Andrea Rosen is an American comedian as well as an actor who is very famous for her appearance with comedy troupes Stella and Variety Shac. Also, she is the creator of the documentary-style comedy, Take Me to Your Mother on the Nick Jr./NickMom cable network.
Short-Bio Of Andrea Rosen
Andrea Rosen was born under the birth sign Libra on September 29, 1974, in New York, New York but grew up in Roosevelt Island, New York City. She is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Her father was the former Creative Director of an advertising agency in Connecticut. He is now the operator of the bonefishing lodge in The Bahamas.
However, the information related to her education and siblings is unknown.
Is Andrea Rosen Married Or Not?
The 45 years old, Andrea Rosen is a married woman. She has shared the wedding vows with John Gemberling who is also an American actor and comedian famous for appearing on the NBC sitcom Marry Me as Gil. Her husband is six years younger than her.
Together the pair has shared two kids. However, the detail on thier marriage, love life, and kids are missing. The family of four is living happily without any bad rumors.
How Much Is Her Net Worth? Career In Brief!!!
Andrea Rosen has an estimated net worth of $1 million which she has accumulated from her career since 2000 as an actor as well as a comedian. Also, she has shared $1 million along with her husband. So the combined net worth of the married pair is $2 million.
While talking about her career, at the beginning of her struggling days she used to share the apartment with Stella member Michael Showalter for around five years. Rosen was a regular on the Brooklyn comedy circuit. She also wrote and performed two-one woman shows, Fast and Loose and Room for Rent.
Her talent was discovered after she was named "America's Whackiest Amateur Comedian" by Terry's Chocolate in 2000. The following year, she was a part of the TV series, Shaman King. After that, she has worked on several TV projects with more than 40 acting credits in her name.
Some of her notable work includes The Whitest Kids U'Know, Horrible People, Flight of the Conchords, Michael & Michael Have Issues, UCB Comedy Originals, Broad City, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Transparent, The Real O'Neals, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, Episodes, And I Need a Haircut.