Andrew Santino is a stand-up comedian and podcaster best known for his one-man show called Andrew Santino on TV. Also known as one of America’s top stand-up comedians, he was born in Chicago, Illinois on October sixteen, 1983. He is best known for his comedy, but has also done stage and film acting too. He has also co-written several books with fellow comic Joe DiMaggio and has been seen on several television shows.
Andrew Santino’s real name is Andrew Scott Santino, but he goes by Andrew Santino due to being raised in foster homes as a child. He has always maintained that he was an orphan because of this. From an early age he wanted to be a stand-up comedian and went to college to get a degree in theatre, however he did not enjoy it because it required so much traveling and performing, which prevented him from pursuing a regular career. After college he continued to do stand-up comedy until he found success in the animated film The Princess and the Frog.
Andrew Santino trivia should start by remembering that he had been cast as the comic opposite Carol Burnett on the very first episode of ABC’s The Princess and the Frog. He was immediately popular because of his perfect pitch and ability to draw in the audience. He went on to star in many other movies and episodes of The Princess and the Frog including one in which he played the role of King Frog. One of Andrew Santino’s most well-known roles was on Broadway in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Alla Alskar Fuzz.
The facts about Andrew Santino’s life that is indicated in this article are correct, as indicated in the biographies that surround his life. He was born in Chicago Illinois and grew up there. He attended Laver High School with future comedic actors Michael Caine and Denholm Elliott. Andrew Santino was in fact listed on pages of the New York Times obituary that was published on December 7, 2021.
Facts about Andrew Santino’s net worth indicate that he is not, nor has ever been, a millionaire. He has, however, been a very successful stand-up comedian who has been able to make a name for himself on Broadway. His resume lists many of the same roles that other famous comedians have played such as: “The Dog Whisperer,” “Tears of a Clown,” “Bridges of Altitude,” “Punch line” and “The Aristocrats.” His resume also lists movies such as: “Man on the Moon,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “My Fair Lady,” “A Fish called Wanda,” “Dumb and Dumber,” “The Pursuit of Happyness,” “Wedding Speech,”
“The Perfect Partner,” “Love Actually,” “The Great Ziegfeld Follies,” “Beetlejuice,” “Annie and Mary,” “Hang the Clown” and “The Squid and the Sea.” In all of these movies Andrew Santino played a small or minor role yet he always retained his dignity.
|Real Name||Andrew Santino|
|Occupation||television actor,film actor|
|Date of Birth||1983/10/16|
|Place of Birth||Chicago|
|Education||Arizona State University|
|Languages spoke and written|
One interesting fact about Andrew Santino’s net worth is that he received a one million dollar lawsuit against Disney for failing to promote his film, Beethoven. Andrew Santino’s attorney alleged that Disney promoted Beethoven badly thus failing to show him how successful it would be. The case was settled out of court. There is no indication as to when a lawsuit like this might come to trial.