Andy Buckley’s Biography – Net Worth, Wife, Family, Body

by Ana Lopez

Known from movies

Short information

Date of birth February 13, 1965
Died September 12, 2008, Claremont, California, United States
Husband Nancy Banks, Karen L. Green

Who is Andy Buckley?

Andrew P. Buckley Jr. was born on February 13, 1965 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA. He is an actor, stockbroker and screenwriter, probably best known for his work in the American version of the television series “The Office”, portraying the character David Wallace. He was with the show for its entire run.

The Wealth of Andy Buckley

As of early 2020, Andy Buckley’s net worth is estimated to be over $5 million, earned through a successful career in the acting profession and appearing in numerous notable television projects and movies since 1990. In addition to his work in entertainment, he also has considerable wealth with success in the stock markets.

Beginning of early life, education and career

Andy grew up in Salem with two brothers and a sister from their parents, and attended Pine Crest High School. At that time, he had no intention of pursuing a career as an actor. He spent some time in Florida due to his high school education and after his matriculation, he enrolled at Stanford University where he received a degree in political science.

Part of one of the world’s top universities, he completed his degree in 1987. During his time at the school, he was a member of the Stanford Men’s Golf Team.

However, after graduating, he discovered his passion for acting and began training as part of the Groundlings Theater where he honed his improvisational skills and performed in comedy skits. He also teamed up with other notable members who went on to find success in mainstream acting, including Dax Shepard and Melissa McCarthy. In the 1990s, he started taking on mostly independent projects, in minor roles.

Rise to fame

Buckley’s most notable project in the 1990s was working in a number of music videos for country artist Reba McEntire, namely “What If It’s You” and “I’d Rather Ride Around with You”.

Andy Buckley

He also made cameo appearances in “Silk Stalkings” and “Melrose Place”. In 2002, he made his mainstream film debut in “Grand Champion”, starring George Strait and Emma Roberts, and was notable for his numerous notable cameos such as Julia Roberts and Bruce Willis.

He also appeared in a three-episode role in “Pacific Blue”, playing the character Teddy Callaway. The crime show follows the lives of a squad of police officers who work for the Santa Monica Police Department and often patrol the area’s popular beaches. Nations.

Other projects he worked on included guest appearances on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “NYPD Blue” and “The District”. Before being cast in his biggest role in “The Office”, he also worked on the television movie “Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie” and the direct-to-video movie “Blood Trail”.

The office

In 2006, Andy would become a starring star in one of the most popular shows from the late 2000s to the early 2010s,”The office”. The sitcom is set in a fictional paper company and follows the lives of its employees. It has a mockumentary style format, where the employees are filmed by a documentary film crew, meaning they can handle the camera while also doing fake interviews as part of the show’s direction.

The show featured many notable names such as Steve Carell and John Krasinski. Although it had a bit of a slow start, the show eventually picked up and received many positive reviews throughout its run.

Steve Carrell won a Golden Globe for his role and the show won four Primetime Emmy Awards. The show was praised for its tone, structure, comedy and content. During the later seasons, the show was criticized with a sudden decline in quality that could be attributed to Carrell heading off the show to pursue other projects. In the series, Andy portrays the Chief Financial Officer of the fictional corporation Dunder Mifflin, introduced on the show during the second season, and seen as one of the wealthy executives.

His character is known for being extremely tolerant of the eccentricities of manager Michael Scott, played by Carrell.

Recent projects

While working on “The Office,” Buckley had other opportunities, including one of the lead roles on the show “The Lying Game,” which ran for two seasons and was loosely based on the Sara Shepard books of the same name. Because of his cancellation, the show was left unresolved and ended with a cliffhanger. After “The Office,” he had a recurring role on the series “Scorpion,” which is based on the life of self-proclaimed computer expert Walter O’Brien, who also produced the show.

The series received critical acclaim throughout its four seasons.

One of his recent television projects is “The Fugitive” which is currently in production and is said to be based on the 1993 movie of the same name. In movies, he had a small role in “Horrible Bosses 2” followed by an appearance in “Jurassic world”, part of the “Jurassic Park” movie series, responsible for the resurgence of movie popularity, becoming one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. Some of his latest movie projects include “A Million Little Pieces” and “All Light Will End”.

Private life

Andy married acting coach Nancy Banks and they have two children together. While “The Office” ended over seven years ago, it still serves its fans social media, many of whom still remember his character from the show and his infamous song “Suck It”. He also remains very interested and passionate about comedy, often posting various comedy posts online. Despite the popularity of his song, he admits that he can neither sing nor carry a tune. He only did one musical in his career and was so bad at singing that he had to have other soloists perform the song while he acted on stage.

General information

First and last name Andy Buckley
Date of birth February 13, 1965
Died September 12, 2008, Claremont, California, United States
Height 1.88m
Profession Screenwriter, stockbroker, actor, author, professor, novelist, essayist
Education Stanford University, Amherst College, University of Arizona, Cornell University, Harvard University
Nationality American, American


Husband Nancy Banks, Karen L. Green
Children Xander Buckley, Benny Buckley
Parents Andrew Buckley, Barbara Buckley, James D. Wallace, Sally Foster Wallace
Brothers or sisters Fred Buckley, Bradford Buckley, Amy Wallace Havens


Awards MacArthur Fellowship, Whiting Awards, Lannan Literary Award for Fiction
Nominations Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Goodreads Choice Awards for Best Fiction
Movies Jurassic World, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, Ask Me Anything, Life as We Know It, Bridesmaids, The Other Guys, The Heat, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Horrible Bosses 2, A Woman Named Jackie, Burning Bodhi, Tracktown, ExTerminators , The House, Skeletons, Trouble & the Shadowy Deathblow, Cubi…
TV shows The lying game

Links to social profiles




Title Year Status Character
Trouble & the shadowy death knell 2014 Short Hunter (rumored)
Silicon Valley 2014 TV serials Karel Fleming
Ask me everything 2014 Mark Aubichon
Trophy wife 2014 TV serials Paul Kramer
The competition 2013 TV serials Tony Thompson
Baby daddy 2013 TV serials Professor Roger Shaw
The heat 2013/I robin
Arrested development 2013 TV serials Colonel Grimm
The office 2006-2013 TV serials David Wallace
The lying game 2011-2013 TV serials Ted Mercer
Veep 2012 TV serials Ted Cullen
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked 2011 Captain Corelli
Bridesmaids 2011/i Helen’s husband
Life as we know it 2010 George Dunn
The other guys 2010 Don Beaman
CSI: Miami 2009 TV serials Gary Archer
Exterminators 2009 Steven Kantor
Blood trail 2005 Video Andrew P. Buckley
CSI: Crime scene investigation 2000-2005 TV serials Reporter #1 / Jason Hendler
Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie 2002 TV movie FBI Agent Simms
Grand champion 2002 Frank Bloomer (as Andy Buckley)
NYPD blue 2002 TV serials Mike
First years 2001 TV serials Jack Mitchell
The precinct 2001 TV serials Rupert Grimes
The West Wing 2000 TV serials Mike Satchel
Jack & Jill 2000 TV serials Wayne
The big day 1999 Eddie
Eternal love 1998 TV movie Jerry
Pacific blue 1996-1998 TV serials Teddy Callaway/Teddy
Running woman 1998 Reporter #2
No petty manners 1997 Lyle
Melrose place 1997 TV serials Show
American pie 1996 TV serials Chet
The single man 1996 TV serials Tom Conklin
The crew 1996 TV serials Justin
Caroline in the City 1996 TV serials Robert Rothman
Silk stalking 1993 TV serials Patrick Rose
Body waves 1992 Buckley (as Andrew Buckley)
Sinatra 1992 TV Miniseries Actor playing Prew
A woman named Jackie 1991 TV Miniseries John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jr.
china beach 1990 TV serials Chaplain
Lady Bird 2017 after-production Mat
All light will end to film David
Strange mother out 2015-2017 TV serials Andy Weber / Andy Weber
The House 2017 Craig
Young and hungry 2017 TV serials Matt Danon
Dan is dead 2017 TV serials Nathaniel Sandlittle
Scorpion 2015-2016 TV serials Richard Elijah
Ordinary 2015-2016 TV serials Paul Schmidt
Life through the lens 2016 TV serials
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl 2016 TV Miniseries Danny Dixon
Track City 2016 Burt
Hit the floor 2016 TV serials Adam Oberman
It’s always sunny in Philadelphia 2016 TV serials Andy
Half of it 2015 TV movie Brian
burn Bodhi 2015 Buck
You are the worst 2015 TV serials Russell Fleischer
Jurassic world 2015 Shot
American father! 2015 TV serials Dr. Miller
Battle Creek 2015 TV serials steven
Terrible bosses 2 2014 Surveillance audio agent
The bridge 2014 TV serials Doctor Orton


Title Year Status Character
The big day 1999 scenario


Title Year Status Character
The big day 1999 producer


Title Year Status Character
The office 2010 TV series performer – 1 episode


Title Year Status Character
Welcome to ‘Jurassic World’ 2015 Video documentary Himself
Home & Family 2015 TV serials Himself
Revolt 2014 TV serials Self – guest captain

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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