How tall is Andy Samberg?
Andy Samberg’s height is 5ft 10in (178 cm).
How much does Andy Samberg weight?
He weights 165 lbs (75 kg).
When was Andy Samberg born?
His birthday’s on August 18, 1978.
How old is Andy Samberg?
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Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Quick Biography Facts:
Born Name: David Andrew J. Samberg
Nick Name: Ardy
Sun Sign: Leo
Born Place: Berkeley, CA, USA
Education: Ardy attended high school in Berkeley and then entered the University of California. He transferred to New York University later and graduated from there with Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts.
Occupation: Actor, comic
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Andy Samberg Family:
Father – Joe Samberg
Mother – Margi Marrow Samberg
Siblings – Ardy has 2 sisters.
Wife – Joanna Newsom (since 2013)
Children – None
How did Andy Samberg become so famous?
Andy Samberg’s secret of success is his talent to make people laugh and to joke. Besides he is a good looking person, he got great education and he was ready to take some risk.
Now we know Andy as Saturday Night Live Star, but when he was just starting his career, he had no idea that soon his name could be a sensation.
Being a school pupil, Andy and his two classmates, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, formed a comedy band. Later they graduated from school and continued their education in different universities, so they were disbanded. But after graduation three guys returned home and reunited.
They hired an apartment, which they romantically called “The Lonely Island” and made short funny videos. The videos were uploaded to YouTube just for fun, that’s why Samberg and his friends were shocked, when they occasionally had become YouTube celebrities.
The talented comedian band “The Lonely Island” was noticed by TV producers too and soon Andy with his friends were chosen as writers for MTV Movie Awards Ceremony.
Later Andy was casted to Saturday Night Live. Samberg is a popular actor and voice actor now, who can boast with such screen works as “Neighbors”, “Hotel Transylvania 2” and others.