Andrew Garfield Net Worth

How much is Andrew Garfield Worth?

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Andrew Garfield net worth:
$10 Million

Andrew Garfield net worth and salary: Andrew Garfield is a British/American actor who has a net worth of $10 million. And if the present state of his career is any indication, that net worth will continue to grow and grow for him. Garfield's career as an actor began when he started taking acting classes at age 15. From there, he was able to find a healthy amount of work on the stage, participating in a variety of plays and stage productions. He made his television debut in 2005 in the BBC teen drama Sugar Rush. He then appeared in the 2007 drama Lions for Lambs, before beginning to get more parts that were closer to being "adult" roles, such as in the Red Riding trilogy for British television.

His breakout role in America was as Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin in David Fincher's drama The Social Network, opposite Jesse Eisenberg. Currently, Andrew Garfield is achieving a new level of fame as Spider-Man in the upcoming reboot The Amazing Spider-Man, in which he plays the part of Peter Parker after the Tobey Maguire series came to an end. The Spider-Man reboot also featured Martin Sheen and Emma Stone. Garfield and Stone have been dating since 2011. Andrew Garfield is one of the most exciting young actors working today, so be sure to keep an eye on him.

Andrew Garfield Net Worth

Andrew Garfield

Actor
Date of Birth
Aug 20, 1983 (33 years old)
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)
Ethnicity
British American
Nicknames
Andrew Russell Garfield, Andy, 앤드류 가필드
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