Andrew Bowser Net Worth

Andrew Bowser was born on January 04, 1982, is Actor, Director, Producer. An up and coming Director/Actor, famous for his quirky characters and viral YouTube videos. His characters are wonderfully deceiving in a style reminiscent of Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat, Tom Green, or the late and great Andy Kaufman.After achieving a cult following and a viral status on YouTube he has since been hired at Nerdist, the heart of Chris Hardwick's digital media empire.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Director, Producer
Birth Day January 04, 1982
Other names Andrew Paul Bowser
Occupation Film Actor, Film Director, Screenwriter, Producer
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Emily Bowser (2009–present)

💰 Net worth: Under Review



While attending The School of Visual Arts, where he majored in film, he met Joseph M. Petrick and the two began collaborating on short films. In 2001, the two created a short film called Notes From The Rogues Gallery that would be the precursor to the film they would make in 2006. Bowser & Petrick also co-directed the music video of Eponine for the band Ozma in 2002 which was selected by Kung-Fu Records through a running online contest.


In 2004, Petrick joined Bowser in Maryland, living as roommates. Between 2004 and 2006, they co-directed the short film A Winter Observed (written by Petrick) which premiered at the Annapolis Film Festival, as well as the music video of New Friend Request for Gym Class Heroes. Bowser would also direct videos for The Hush Sound, Copeland and Forgive Durden.


In the spring of 2006, Petrick wrote the feature-length screenplay for the film Notes From the Rogues Gallery. Petrick & Bowser began searching for financing for the film; but, after being unable to secure funding, the pair decided to make a truncated version of the film with 20,000 dollars they charged mostly on credit cards. The 50-minute version of the film screened at The Landlocked Film Festival in Petrick's home town. The following year, Zella Mayzell would go on an indefinite hiatus as Bowser moved to Los Angeles with Petrick. Bowser would direct more music videos for The Color Fred, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, The Audition, The Hush Sound and Amber Pacific.


In 2008, Petrick wrote the screenplay for the feature film The Mother of Invention which Bowser would star in and co-direct with Petrick. The "mockumentary" style film followed aspiring Inventor Vincent Dooly as he attempts to win a coveted young inventors award. The film starred Bowser, Jimmi Simpson, Kevin Corrigan, Mark Boone Junior, Dee Wallace, Craig Anton, Ruby Wendell, F. Jason Whitaker and Chris Hardwick. It featured cameos by Dave Allen, Chris Franjola, Keir O'Donnell, Martha Madison and Ron Lynch. The film screened at The Hollywood Film Festival and The Sci-Fi-London Film Festival. Later that year Bowser would direct the music videos for The Grey Man and Not So Tough Found Out for the Copeland album You Are My Sunshine which was released as a bonus feature on the deluxe version of the record.


In 2010, Bowser would direct his first solo feature film Jimmy Tupper Vs. The Goatman of Bowie. The film was a "found footage" style horror film that followed a young man's perceived encounter with the titular cryptid and his ensuing quest to track and capture the beast. Based around the urban legend from Bowser's home town, the film would premiere at the 2010 South By Southwest film festival.


His latest film "Worm" is the first feature to be shot solely using a GoPro camera. "Worm" premiered at SIFF 2013 and won the special jury prize at DeadCENTER 2013.


As of 2014, Bowser co-hosts the Nerdist Industries podcast Bizarre States alongside Nerdist News's host Jessica Chobot.