How much is Andrew Garfield worth?
|Net Worth:||$15 Million
|Date of Birth:||August 20, 1983|
|Country:||United States of America|
Who Is Andrew Garfield
He’s played a child murderer, one half of a tragic couple, a jilted business partner and a superhero. Now Andrew Garfield has to take on his most difficult role yet—Hollywood superstar.
Born in Los Angeles Andrew moved to Surrey, England with his family when he was four years old (the source of his English accent) where he later attended London’s Central School of Speech and Drama. From there Andrew launched his career on the stage at the Royal Exchange Theater in Manchester and began collecting awards for his outstanding performances in plays like Kes. Like many of his British colleagues, Andrew made the transition from the London stage to British television appearing in the show Sugar Rush as well as in the BBC’s Doctor Who. But Andrew’s first major role came in the film Boy A in which Andrew played an ex-con just released from prison—his performance landed him a BAFTA award for Best Actor.
We calculate Andrew Garfield has a net worth of $15 million dollars, as of 2020.
Why is he so famous?
Andrew went on to appear in several films in the late ‘00s including Lions for Lambs, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and Never Let Me Go, but he still hadn’t yet conquered his native American market. That all changed in 2010 when he scored a lead role in the flick that would change his career—The Social Network. In the blockbuster, he played the Golden Globe-nominated role of Eduardo Saverin, the co-founder of social networking giant Facebook, who was later forced out of the company.
With one huge hit under his belt, Andrew wasn’t giving the spotlight a chance to waver. He reincarnated Tobey Maguire’s epic Spider-Man role in its fourth installment. Wrapped in a skintight spidey suit, Andrew admitted that he’s didn’t slack off when it came to doing his own stunts and found himself more than a little sore after a day of filming. But the hard work paid off and Andrew has become both a hot item for casting directors and a heartthrob for legions of female fans. Although the private, humble star, who once likened celebrity to a “minefield” and said he hoped to always be “struggling,” might not see it that way.
Defining Quote “I hope I never blow up. I hope that I have to audition for every single job I want. I hope that I’m always struggling, really. You develop when you’re struggling. When you’re struggling, you get stronger.”