Andy Samberg is an American jokester, entertainer, essayist, TV maker, and performer. He is an individual from the satire music bunch The Lonely Island and was a cast part on Saturday Night Live (2005–2012), where he and his kindred gathering individuals have been credited with promoting the SNL Digital Shorts.
Samberg was brought into the world in Berkeley, California, on August 18, 1978. His mom, Marjorie “Margi” (née Marrow), is a grade teacher, and his dad, Joe, is a picture taker. He has two sisters, Johanna and Darrow. At age 5, he advised his folks that he needed to change his name to Andy. Samberg was brought up in a Jewish family; he views himself as “not particularly religious.”
Samberg studied exploratory film. He turned into an online star and made his own satire recordings with his two companions Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone. When YouTube was made in 2005, the web-based of their recordings turned out to be significantly more boundless.
Samberg turned into a highlighted player on Saturday Night Live to some degree because of his work on his sketch parody site TheLonelyIsland.com, which encouraged them to land a specialist and at last get employed at Saturday Night Live. Preceding joining its cast, Samberg was (and remains) an individual from the satire company The Lonely Island, alongside Taccone and Schaffer. The threesome started composing for Saturday Night Live in 2005 and delivered their introduction collection, Incredibad, in 2009. Samberg showed up in various dramatic movies, advertisements, music recordings, and facilitated extraordinary occasions, including the 2009 MTV Movie Awards.
Andy Samberg Net worth
Samberg’s work behind-the-camera puts his compensation somewhat higher than that of his castmates. He makes around $125,000 per scene. Samberg has an estimated net worth of around $20 million, up from $16 million in 2019. He is mostly known for his television acting work on Saturday Night Live and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and for his work with the musical comedy troupe The Lonely Island.