Andrew Shue Net Worth, Wife, Family, Age, Wiki, Bio
Andrew Eppley Shue (born February 20, 1967) is an American actor, known for his role as Billy Campbell on the television series Melrose Place (1992–1999). He is also co-founder of the social networking website CafeMom.
James W. Shue (Lawyer), Anne Brewster (Bank executive and former vice president of Chemical Bank)
John Shue (Older Brother), Elisabeth Shue (Younger Sister)
Courteney Cox (1995-1996)
Jennifer Hageney (m. 2010-present)
Nate Shue, Aidan Shue, Wyatt Shue
Education & Early Life
Columbia High School, Maplewood, New Jersey (1985)
B.A. in History, Dartmouth College (1989)
Born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1967. Grew up with older brother John and younger sister Elisabeth Shue. Close with his sister and inspired to act. Athletic from a young age – played soccer in school.
Sister Elisabeth Shue’s acting career. Soccer coach who encouraged him to attend Dartmouth.
Shue’s first acting role was as a guest star on the TV show The Equalizer in 1989. His breakthrough came in 1992 when he was cast as Billy Campbell on Melrose Place.
Shue is best known for playing Billy Campbell on Melrose Place from 1992-1999. He also co-starred in films like The Rainmaker, Gracie, and Piranha 3D.
Awards & Nominations
Shue was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor in 1998 for Melrose Place.
The Equalizer (1989), Melrose Place (1992-1999), The Rainmaker (1997), Gracie (2007), Piranha 3D (2010)
Shue has not done significant voice acting work.
Shue appeared in Janet Jackson’s “Let’s Wait Awhile” music video in 1987.
Tours & Live Shows
Shue has not done concert touring or live performances.
Shue partnered with longtime friend Michael Sanchez to launch CafeMom in 2006.
Shue was featured in the 2015 documentary Unity as a narrator.
Net Worth & Assets
Shue previously owned a home in New Jersey that sold for $1.295 million in 2013. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
In addition to acting, Shue co-founded CafeMom, an ad-supported social networking service. He also co-founded DoSomething.org, a nonprofit organization that motivates young people to make positive change.
Shue has invested in tech startups like CafeMedia, Webutation, and GoCoin. He is also an active angel investor.
Trivia & Miscellaneous
Hobbies & Interests
Soccer, running, surfing, philanthropy
No major controversies.
Philanthropy & Activism
Co-founded DoSomething.org and The People’s Voice which merged into Change.org. Supports causes like AIDS, homelessness, education.
Known as a teen heartthrob in the 1990s for Melrose Place. Maintains a positive public image.
Shue’s brother John died in a car accident in 1992. He considers this the most difficult time in his life.
Appeared on Oprah Winfrey Show, Harry Connick Jr. Show, Howard Stern Show during the peak of Melrose Place fame in the 1990s.
Shue played soccer at Dartmouth College and considered going pro before getting into acting.
“If you aren’t exercising your faith, your faith is like a muscle; it will atrophy.”
Social Media & Online Presence
Legacy & Influence
Shue’s role on Melrose Place cemented his image as a 1990s heartthrob.
Achievements Outside Primary Profession
Successful entrepreneur and co-founder of CafeMom.
Shue serves as a mentor to young entrepreneurs and activists through DoSomething.org.
Shue will be remembered for his role on the iconic series Melrose Place. His social entrepreneurship leaves a legacy of empowering young people and women.