Andy Dick Net Worth

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Andy Dick net worth:
$3 Million

Andy Dick net worth: Andy Dick is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $3 million. Andy Dick was born on December 21, 1965 in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition to being an actor and comedian, Andy is also a musician, producer, and voice over artist. Andy is probably most widely recognized for his work on multiple television series, including "The Ben Stiller Show", "Newsradio", "Less Than Perfect", and his own show, "The Andy Dick Show". More recently, Andy has appeared on Dancing with the Stars and celebrity wife swap. Outside of television, Andy has appeared in dozens of major motion pictures. His biggest 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 experienced a number of brushes with the law. He was married to a woman named Ivone Kowalczyk for four years which produced a son named Lucas. He also had a relationship with a woman named Lena Sved. Andy has a son and daughter with Lena. At one point, both women and all three children lived in the same house on a property that Andy owned.  Andy lived in an RV in the driveway.

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Andy Dick Net Worth

Andy Dick

Comedian
Date of Birth
Dec 21, 1965
Profession
Comedian, Musician, Actor, Film Producer, Television producer, Screenwriter, Television Director, Voice Actor
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 10 in (1.784 m)
Nicknames
Andrew R. Dick, Andrew Dick, Andrew Roane Dick, Andrew Roane "Andy" Dick, Andy, Andrew Ryan Dick
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