Celebrity Pictures 2011 Biography
Born on August 20, 1983, in Los Angeles, Andrew Russell Garfield started his acting career by taking acting lessons at the age of 15. He performed in multiple plays before making his television debut in the BBC series Sugar Rush (2005) and landing his first big-screen role in the drama Lions for Lambs (2007) alongside Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep and Robert Redford.
In 2010, Andrew landed his break-through American role as Eduardo Saverin in the critically acclaimed drama The Social Network opposite Jesse Eisenberg, followed by the British sci-fi drama Never Let Me Go (2010) with Keira Knightley. He then transitioned from an aspiring actor to a Hollywood name after taking on the role of Spider-Man in the superhero film The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and will be reprising the role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
Born Andrew Roane Dick on December 21, 1965, in Charleston, South Carolina, Andy Dick first began taking his comedic side seriously after graduating from Joliet West High School in 1984, by joining Chicago's Second City and studying improvisation at ImprovOlympic (now known as i.O.). He initiated his comedic career with a reoccurring role on The Ben Stiller Show (1992 - 1993) prior to getting his big break performing opposite fellow-comedian Pauly Shore in the war comedy In the Army Now (1994).
Andy went on to land a more prominent role in the NBC TV series NewsRadio (1995 - 1999) followed by appearances in a number of TV series, including Just Shoot Me! (1999) and Go Fish (2001). That same year, Andy joined forces with MTV to create his own TV series The Andy Dick Show (2001 - 2002), which lasted for three seasons. He then starred in the TV series Less Than Perfect (2002 - 2006), the reality series The Surreal Life (2004 - 2005) and MTV's short-lived TV series The Assistant (2004) in which the comedian mocked popular reality series such as The Apprentice, The Bachelor, Survivor and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
The following year, Andy voiced the role of Boingo in the animated comedy Hoodwinked! prior to briefly appearing in the biopic drama The Bondage (2006) and the comedy Employee of the Month (2006). A year later, he assumed the role of Toilet Bowl Referee in the sport comedy Comebacks and appeared alongside Jessica Simpson in the romantic comedy Blonde Ambition.