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American actor
Born: February 20, 1967 (age 55 years), Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Spouse: Amy Robach (m. 2010–2022), Jennifer Hageney (m. 1994–2009)
Children: Nathaniel William Shue

Siblings: Elisabeth Shue, William Shue, John Shue
Parents: James Shue, Anne Harms
Height: 1.73 m
Date of Birth: 1967, February 20

Nation of birth: United States of America
Height: 5 feet 8 inches
Name Andrew Shue
birth name Andrew Eppley Shue

Dad James W Shue
Mother Anne Brewster
Nationality American
ethnicity white

Married to Amy Robach (d. 2010), Jennifer Hageney (d. 1994-2008)
Kids Nathaniel William Shue
Divorce Jennifer Hageney (d. 1994-2008)
Education dartmouth college

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Shue married floral designer Jennifer Hageney in 1994. They have three sons. They divorced in 2008.

In 2010, Shue married Good Morning America co-anchor and ABC News correspondent Amy Robach. She has two daughters from a previous marriage. It was reported he and Robach separated in August 2022 due to Robach’s affair with T.J. Holmes.

In 1985, as student council president, he founded his high school’s Hall of Fame; he was inducted into it, along with his sister Elisabeth, in 1994

While in high school, he started a student group to assist local elderly residents called Students Serving Seniors; this group received a service award from President Reagan in 1987

After graduating from college, he taught math to 200 high-school students in Zimbabwe, where he lived for a year and also played professional soccer as the only white player in the African First Division for the Bulawayo Highlanders

Several days after filming had already started, he replaced Stephen Fanning in the role of Billy Campbell on Melrose Place

In 1993 he cofounded the Do Something foundation with childhood friend Michael Sanchez, with the goal of getting young people to become active in their communities

Was named one of 10 Outstanding Young Americans by the Junior Chamber of Congress and was given an honorary degree from Drew University in 1995

Played professional soccer with the Los Angeles Galaxy for two seasons

In 1996, he became the first professional athlete to both play and act on a TV show at the same time

In 1999, along with friend Michael Sanchez and former The View cohost Meredith Vieira, he cofounded ClubMom, an informational parenting website

In 2006, he and Sanchez started a sister site, the social network CafeMom

Created the production company Ursa Major Films with his brother John, sister Elisabeth, and her husband, director Davis Guggenheim; their first film, Gracie, was inspired by their family story

Andrew Shue is an Emmy Award-winning actor, well-known for his role as Billy Campbell on Melrose Place. He is also the co-founder of CafeMedia and two philanthropic organizations, Do Something and The People.

In May 1992, Shue was cast to play the role of Billy Campbell on the Aaron Spelling soap opera “Melrose Place.” He starred opposite Courtney Thorne-Smith, whom he later dated. Shue stayed on the show for six years.

During this time, he appeared as an abusive husband in the Francis Ford Coppola film The Rainmaker, starring Matt Damon and Claire Danes.