Andrew Shue Biography
|Date of Birth:||1967 , February-20|
|Age:||51 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Andrew Eppley Shue|
|Father||James W. Shue|
|Net Worth||$150 million|
|Married to||Amy Robach (m. 2010), Jennifer Hageney (m. 1994–2008)|
|Children||Nathaniel William Shue|
|Divorce||Jennifer Hageney (m. 1994–2008)|
Andrew Eppley Shue, popular as Andrew Shue is one of the renowned names in the Hollywood. He is known for portraying the role of Billy Campbell on the television series Melrose Place.
He started his acting career in 1984 with the movie The Karate Kid. He later got his mainstream role in the series Melrose Place from 1992-1999. He has appeared in numerous films and TV series including Gulf City, The Rainmaker and Gracie.
He is also the co-founder of the social networking website CafeMom. Shue additionally serves as a Board of Director of the Do Something.
Early Life & Education of Andrew Shue
Andrew Eppley Shue was born on the 20th of February, 1967 in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. His ethnicity is White-American. His star sign is Pisces. He is the son of Anne Brewster and James W. Shue. He has a sister named Elisabeth Shue.
Andrew Shue is from well-established family as he is the son of a banker mother Anne Brewster who later became and the vice president of the Chemical Bank Corporation.
Likewise, his father who was a lawyer as well as a real estate developer; James W. Shue, who also became the president of International Food and Beverage Corporation.
Andrew Shue attended the Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey along with his sister, Elisabeth Shue. Upon high school graduation, he attended the Dartmouth College and received the degree of B.A (History) from Dartmouth in 1989.
Andrew Shue's Career
In May 1992, Andrew Shue cast to play the role of Billy Campbell on the Aaron Spelling soap opera Melrose Place. He featured opposite Courtney Thorne-Smith. He stayed with the show from 1992-99.
In 2007, he made an appearance on the feature film, Gracie, along with his sister Elisabeth Shue, Brother John, and his brother-in-law Davis Guggenheim. He also acted in the other two movies named The Rainmaker and American Shaolin. Her last appearance in the film was Gracia in 2009.
When he was in Zimbabwe, He played soccer for Bulawayo Highlanders. In that season, his team won the Soccer League and CBZ Cup titles. He also participated and played for the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer.
He was the only white player in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League in 1994. Later that year, he played one game with Los Angeles United of the Continental Indoor Soccer League.
In 1996, he played for the LA Galaxy of Major League Soccer, recording one assist in five games. He spent 1997 season on injured reserve.
Shue is also an entrepreneur. Andrew Shue has co-founded Do Something along with his friend Michael Sanchez. In 2006, he and his friend Michael Sanchez founded the social networking website CafeMom.
Currently, he works as the co-host of webisode series named Mad Life along with comedian Chuck Nice. The CafeMom is now a family of companies, including blog The Stir, Baby Wizard, and popular Latina site MamasLatinas.
Andrew Shue's Net Worth And Charity
Andrew Shue has a whopping net worth of $150 million, according to the Celebrity Net Worth. $100 million of his net worth is earning from his companies and $50 million comes from his acting career.
He has appeared in the movies and TV shows including Goal! III, Gracie, The Rainmaker, Gulf City, American Shaolin, Coktail, Adventures in Babysitting, Vision Quest, The Karate Kid, Melrose Place, and The Wonder Years.
He resides in a lavish house in Princeton, New Jersey. He bought this house back in 2003 for $1.035 million.
He has bought another 11 bedroom house in Southhampton worth $27.5 million. He is also the owner of a house in Manhattan which he has provided in rent.
Andrew Shue has also involved in numerous charitable works and movements. His companies have donated over $2 million in funds to the poor people of the African Country. He has also founded the charitable trust Do Something. Org.
Andrew Shue's Personal Life
Andrew Shue is a married man. He is married to Amy Robach since 2010. In 2009, Andrew met a bright and intelligent lady named, Amy Robach who is also a host of The Today Show and ABC News.
After dating for a year, the pair got married on February 6, 2010, and are still together and happy. She has two daughters from her previous marriage.
Andrew Shue previously dated few girls from the Hollywood. He dated actress Courtney Thorne-Smith for about two years around 1992. After that, he was married for the first time with Jennifer Hageney, who was a floral designer.
The couple married in 1994 and welcomed three children together; Nate (1997), Aidan (1999), and Wyat (2004), before they divorced in 2008.