Famous People Named Andy
Take a look at famous people named Andy, such as Andy Roddick, Andy Garcia, and Andy Griffith.
Actor, Talk Show Host / 1926 - 2012
Andy Griffith is an actor and singer best known for his 1960s starring role in The Andy Griffith Show. He later returned to TV in the drama Matlock.
Singer, Television Personality / 1927 - 2012
Andy Williams is an American singer whose hits include “Moon River.” His Emmy-winning TV show entertained families during the 1960s and 1970s.
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profile name: Andy Griffith profile occupation: Actor, Talk Show Host
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profile name: Andy Warhol profile occupation: Painter, Filmmaker
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profile name: Andy Williams profile occupation: Singer, Television Personality
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profile name: Andy Rooney profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
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profile name: Andy Garcia profile occupation: Actor
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profile name: Andy Kaufman profile occupation: Television Actor, Comedian
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