Andrew Barth Feldman is an American actor and singer who rose to international prominence at a young age. In 2018, he rose to prominence after winning the Best Actor (Jimmy) award for his performances as Frank Abagnale Jr. in the musical Catch Me If You Can.
Aside from that, Andrew is also known as David N. Feldman’s son. In the United States, he is an author and an attorney who specializes in small business finance.
Early Life and Education of Andrew Barth Feldman
Andrew Barth Feldman was born on May 7, 2002, in Manhasset, Nassau County, New York. David N. Feldman and Barbra Barth Feldman are his parents. Unfortunately, his mother, a school administrator, died in August 2019.
Furthermore, he grew up with his older sister, the identity of whom is unknown. So far, he has two cousins, Scott and Matt, with whom he has a close relationship.
The young actor attended the independent Lawrence Woodmere Academy in Woodmere, New York. He intended to attend Harvard University, an elite Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2020.
Andrew, who stands 167.5 cm tall, postponed his enrollment for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He hasn’t shared any information about his education since then.
Is Andrew Barth Feldman in a relationship?
Andrew Barth Feldman is not currently involved in a romantic relationship. Furthermore, there are no rumors about his current love affairs, and he has not shared anything love-related on his social media accounts.
On the other hand, the 19-year-old man, like Otar Saralidze, is preoccupied with studies and establishing a professional life. In the future, the Roger-Rees-Awards winner will most likely date a lady.
Aside from that, Andrew is active on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, where he frequently shares his photographs. On Instagram, he has 138,740 followers, and on Twitter, he has 42579 followers.
What is the Net Worth of Andrew Barth Feldman?
Andrew Barth Feldman amassed a sizable fortune at a young age. He has a net worth of $450,000 as of early 2021, which he has amassed through his profession. Scarlett Estevez, another young actress, has a net worth of $700,000.
A child actor in the United States earns around $50,000 per year on average. Because Barth has acting experience, he is paid more than the average actor. Aside from that, he makes money from his stage performances as a singer and his short films.
The Jimmy Award-winner also earns money from advertisements and television shows. In addition, he earns money by participating in advertisements and receiving sponsorships.
His father, David N. Feldman, on the other hand, has a net worth of $3.5 million. He amassed all of his wealth as a result of his professional career as a lawyer.
Furthermore, David made a lot of money as an author. Reverse Mergers: Taking a Company Public Without an IPO, Reverse Mergers and Other Alternatives to Traditional IPOs Second Edition, and PIPES: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity, Revised and Updated Edition are his books.
Professional Career of Andrew Barth Feldman
Andrew Barth Feldman was influenced by musical theater from a young age. He saw a production of Beauty and the Beast when he was three years old and pursued acting in school, performing in local/school productions of great musicals like Annie, Grease, and Rent.
He began his career as a member of his high school’s production of the musical Catch Me If You Can, for which he received the Jimmy Award. Following that, at the age of 16, he was cast as Evan Hansen in the Broadway stage musical Dear Evan Hansen, which ran from January 19, 2019, to January 26, 2020.
He also created the Broadway Whodunit murder mystery series, starring musical theater performers. Aside from that, Barth made his first appearance on HSMTMTS in episode 6 and at 54 Below, where he performed with Joshua Bassett.
He has also played Han Solo/Darth Vader in Star Wars: A New(sical) Hope (2020) and Alfredo Linguini in Ratatouille’s The Musical (2021). In 2021, he was cast as Antoine in High School Musical: The Musical, a mockumentary musical drama streaming TV series.