Andrew Cameron Schulz, born on October 30, 1983, in New York City, is a renowned American stand-up comedian, actor, TV producer, and podcaster. Hailing from a family with Scottish, German, and Irish descent, his upbringing was in Lower Manhattan’s East Village. He pursued a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
In his professional journey, Schulz made significant strides in stand-up comedy. Starting in California during college, he later took New York’s comedy scene by storm, with performances at venues like the Comedy Village. By 2008, he was part of the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Schulz made waves with his comedy releases, including his special, 4:4:1, on YouTube, and his album, 5:5:1, which dominated various music charts. He continued this streak with multiple releases, the latest being “Infamous” in 2022.
His prowess isn’t limited to stand-up; Schulz has an impressive track record in TV, film, and web series. His MTV2 associations, like Guy Code, and acting stints in series like IFC’s Benders and Amazon’s Sneaky Pete, showcase his versatility. Schulz’s film credits are noteworthy as well, featuring in movies such as “The Female Brain” and the 2023 remake of “White Men Can’t Jump”.
On the podcast front, Schulz enjoys immense popularity. He co-hosts “The Brilliant Idiots” alongside Charlamagne tha God and “Flagrant” with close friends and fellow comedians.