• Andy Favreau was born on 28 August 1984, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
• He is an actor, and has a net worth of over $600,000.
• He is likely inspired by his brother, Jon Favreau, who began a career in the entertainment industry.
• Andy has appeared in numerous television shows such as "Aquarius", "NCIS", and "2 Broke Girls".
• He is married to actress Molly McQueen and is active on social media platforms.


Who is Andy Favreau?

Andy Favreau was born on 28 August 1984, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is an actor, and although he’s appeared in numerous television shows throughout his career, such as “Aquarius”, “NCIS”, and “2 Broke Girls”, he’s perhaps better known for being the brother of actor Jon Favreau.

The Riches of Andy Favreau

How rich is Andy Favreau? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $600,000, earned through a successful career in acting since 2011.

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As he continues his career, it is expected that this wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Career Beginnings

Very limited information is available about Andy’s life prior to his career as an actor, as he hasn’t shared a lot of details regarding his family, childhood and education. It is known that he is of Jewish and Italian descent, with his family adhering to Jewish traditions.

He is likely inspired by his brother, who began pursuing a career in the entertainment industry sometime during college. Andy’s first professional acting credit came in 2011, when he was cast in the film entitled “What’s Your Number?”, a romantic comedy film starring Anna Faris and Chris Evans, based on the book entitled “20 Times a Lady” by Karyn Bosnak. While he had a very small role in the film, it helped set him up for future opportunities both on film and television.

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Acting Projects

Favreau would gain more notable roles later, when he was cast as the Beach Boys’ drummer Dennis Wilson in the television show entitled “Aquarius”, a period crime drama series which aired on NBC. It received the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Most Exciting New Series, but was still cancelled after two seasons. He went on with guest appearances in several shows, including in “NCIS” which is a police procedural following a fictional team of special agents, and is a spin-off from “JAG”, having been introduced during that show’s eighth season.

He also worked as a guest on “2 Broke Girls”, a sitcom following the lives of two friends, one of whom was raised by a billionaire while the other started out in a life of poverty. The two had different perspectives on life, but work together to raise funds to start a cupcake business. He then made a guest appearance in “Bones”, and the sitcom “The Mick” in which he appeared alongside Kaitlin Olson. One of his latest projects is in the series “Single Parents”, which airs on ABC, and is about a group of adults who must go on a journey through single parenthood.

Brother – Jon Favreau

Jon Favreau established himself as an actor, comedian and director during the late 1990s up to the 2000s. He appeared in films such as “Rudy”, “Swingers”, “The Replacement”, and 2003’s “Daredevil”, and also directed popular films such as “Elf” and “Zathura: Space Adventure”. In 2010, he was credited for becoming a vital part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a star and the director of “Iron Man” and “Iron Man 2”, appearing as Happy Hogan.

He also had production or starring roles in other MCU films such as “The Avengers”, “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “Avengers: Infinity War”, “Avengers: Endgame” and 2019’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home”.

Outside of his work with MCU, he directed “Cowboys & Aliens”, and is also responsible for the live action adaptations of “The Jungle Book” and “The Lion King”. He produces films under his own production company banner called Fairview Entertainment.

In recent months, he’s been working as a writer and executive producer for the Disney+ series entitled “The Mandalorian”, which takes place a few years after the events of “Return of the Jedi”, following a lone Mandalorian gunfighter.

Personal Life and Social Media

For his personal life, Andy married actress Molly McQueen in 2019, after being together for several years; Molly is the granddaughter of star actor Steve McQueen. She is known for appearing in projects such as “Reasons I Don’t Have a Boyfriend”. Outside of his relationship, Andy is mainly focused on his work as an actor.

Similar to numerous actors, he is highly active online through accounts on social media. He has an account on Instagram which is filled with photos or videos of his wife and their recent marriage. Aside from that, he posts a lot of behind the scenes photos of his work, also photos alongside actor friends and cast members. He has an account on the website Twitter too, often re-tweeting and following his brother’s career while sharing some of his thoughts. He is very active in following the political scene, much like his brother, and naturally also follows the film scene.

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  1. Hello: Just wanted to point out that while Andy Favreau’s brother is indeed named Jon, it is not the actor Jon Favreau, but rather the former Obama speechwriter and current host of “Pod Save America” Jon Favreau. I don’t know if there is any actual blood relations between the actor Jon and the podcast host Jon, brother of Andy, but your piece here is incorrect and should be rectified.

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