Andrew Cameron Schulz (b. October 30, 1983) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, producer, and podcaster. Schulz was born in New York City to Sandra Cameron, a Scottish professional ballroom dancer, and Larry Schulz, an American reporter and military veteran. His parents owned the Sandra Cameron Dance Center in Lower Manhattan for three decades.
Schulz was raised in the East Village in Lower Manhattan. He did his primary education at Lillie Devereaux Blake Primary School, his middle school studies at Robert F. Wagner Middle School in the Upper East Side neighborhood, and his high school studies at Baruch College Campus High School in Kips Bay. Schulz attended the University of California in Santa Barbara, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.
He initially started doing stand-up comedy after moving back to New York, and later transitioned into doing television shows and podcasts. His comedy style mainly involves being blunt about everything in the world, and is considered to be very social media oriented as well.
As of 2023, he has 3.5 million followers on TikTok, 1.8 million followers on Instagram, 1.95 million followers on YouTube and 392,000 followers on Twitter.
Andrew Cameron Schulz
DOB and Age
October 30, 1983; age 38 years
75 kg (165 lbs)
4.4 million followers
2.6 million followers
Manhattan, New York City
After returning from California to New York, Schulz started performing stand-up comedy at various comedy circuits in New York. He became a regular at the Comedy Village in New York City. He started getting noticed at his official debut at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival in Scotland, in 2008.
In 2011, Schulz began appearing on the MTV2 comedy-reality show ‘Guy Code’ and its spin-off series ‘Guy Court’, to much acclaim. ‘Guy Code’ amassed over 2 million views over the episodes and was MTV’s most popular show till 2014.
He also appeared in MTV2 series like ‘Jobs That Don’t Suck’, ‘Girl Code’ (another ‘Guy Code’ spinoff) and ‘The Hook-Up’. In 2014, he teamed up with fellow MTV2 host and one-hit wonder rapper Charlamagne tha God to create and co-host ‘The Brilliant Idiots’ podcast, which discusses current events, world news, as well as pop culture.
The podcast currently has over 400k listeners as of 2023. In 2015, he was cast as the protagonist in the IFC comedy series ‘Benders’, which ran for eight episodes. Later in the same year he appeared in the feature film ‘Victor’, and played a recurring role on the Amazon Prime Video crime series ‘Sneaky Pete’ (2015-2017).
In 2017, he was cast on the Hulu series ‘There's…Johnny!’, a biographical show about The Tonight Show host, Johnny Carson. That same year, he also appeared in the feature film, ‘The Female Brain’. In September 2017, he released his first stand-up comedy special, ‘4:4:1’ on YouTube. In 2018, he starred in HBO’s ‘Crashing’, and also in the feature film ‘Write When You Get Work’.
He also signed with 800 Pound Gorilla Records in 2018 and released his debut comedy album ‘5:5:1’ which went on to chart at number one on iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, Google Play and even Billboard comedy album charts, only days after its release.
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In 2019, he starred as himself in ‘No Safe Spaces’. He also wrote the TV special ‘Blowing The Light’. On December 17, 2020, Schulz released his first Netflix special ‘Schulz Saves America’, which touched upon the current socio political and economic climate of America.
It received criticism for having supposedly racist jokes geared toward the Asian-American community. In 2021, Schulz released the EPs, ‘Views from the Cis’ and ‘Brilliant Idiot’.
He also co-hosts podcasts like ‘Flagrant 2’ with fellow stand-up comedians Akaash Singh, Mark Gagon, video-editor AlexxMedia and Kazeem Famuyide. They mostly talk about sports in the podcast. Since the start of the podcast, a Patreon was created where the creators would post an additional podcast a week with costs starting from $5 per month.
Those who join the Patreon page are referred to as members of the “Asshole Army” and can openly communicate with other members and the creators. It has over 80k listeners as of 2023. Based on the same podcast, he also directed and produced the miniseries ‘Flagrant 2: Greatest NFL Story Ever Told’.
Another popular podcast of his includes ‘WesterBros’, which has over 30k listeners. He talks about his favorite TV shows and films in the podcast. One can find his podcasts on Combat Jack’s Loud Speakers Network.
His web series credits include writing and starring in ‘Rise of the Radio Show’ and The Apartmentship. In 2022, he is going to star in the upcoming Netflix feature film ‘You People’, co-written with Jonah Hill and directed by Black-ish creator Kenya Barris.
As of 2023, the net worth of Andrew Schulz is $4 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He mostly earns from his stand-up tours, and his credits in creating audiovisual media.
According to the same site, he is also reported to have an income to the tune of $1 million per year, a lot of which comes from YouTube and Patreon.
As of 2023, he has 4.4 million followers on TikTok, 2.4 million followers on Instagram, 2.6 million followers on YouTube and 471.5k followers on Twitter.
Andrew Cameron Schulz was born on October 30, 1983, in New York City. He was born to an immigrant Scottish mother, Sandra Cameron, a professional ballroom dancer, and an American father of German and Irish descent, Larry Schulz. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Larry was born to a family in New York and was a reporter and military veteran.
The Sandra Cameron Dance Center was owned by Andrew's parents for three decades. He grew up in the East Village in Lower Manhattan and attended New York City Public Schools, including Lillie Devereaux Blake Primary School and Robert F. Wagner Middle School in the Upper East Side neighborhood, as well as Baruch College Campus High School in Kips Bay.
Schulz graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.
He married Emma Turner in December 2021 in Montecito, California. He has mentioned in his interviews that when major content creation companies and television networks rejected his comedy specials, he had to write, shoot and edit them all by himself, and upload them for free on YouTube.
In this video, Andrew helps an audience member propose to his girlfriend of three years on stage.
In this video, Andrew interacts with members of his audience, asking them about their time in prison.
In this video, Andrew attempts to get a person with albinism to say a racial slur.
In this video, Andrew attempts to roast Punjabis.
In this video, Andrew calls out younger members of his audience, and attempts to out a potential pedophile, because of the age gap between him and his girlfriend.
A. Andrew Schulz is of Scottish and German descent.
A. Yes, he has appeared in the Amazon original series Sneaky Pete as Nathaniel.
A. Andrew Schulz comedy sets are typically around 90 minutes.
A. Andrew Schulz has been in 2015’s “Victor”, 2018’s “Write When You Get Work”, and 2019’s “Feast of the Seven Fishes”,
A. Andrew Schulz got married to Emma Turner in December 2021.