Andy Weir Net Worth

Andy Weir was born on June 16, 1972 in  Davis, California, United States, is Writer, Miscellaneous Crew. Andy Weir was born on June 16, 1972 in Davis, California, USA as Andy Taylor Weir. He is a writer, known for The Martian (2015), Untitled Andy Weir/Scott Free Project and Artemis.
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Who is it? Writer, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day June 16, 1972
Birth Place  Davis, California, United States
Age 48 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Cancer
Pen name Jack Sharp
Occupation Novelist, programmer
Education University of California, San Diego
Period 2010–present
Genre Science fiction
Notable works The Egg The Martian Artemis
Notable awards Goodreads Choice Award for Best Science Fiction, John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

2001

Weir began writing science fiction in his twenties and published work on his website for years. He also authored a humour web comic called Casey and Andy featuring fictionalized "mad scientist" versions of himself and his friends (such as Writer Jennifer Brozek) from 2001 to 2008; he also briefly worked on another comic called Cheshire Crossing bridging Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Wizard of Oz. The attention these gained him has been attributed as later helping launch his writing career, following the failure to publish his first novel attempt called Theft of Pride. His first work to gain significant attention was "The Egg", a short story that has been adapted into a number of YouTube videos, a one-act play, and is the overarching concept of Everybody, the third album by American Rapper Logic.

2015

Weir lives in Mountain View, California, in a rented two-bedroom apartment. Since he has a fear of flying, he never visited the set of the film adaptation of The Martian in Budapest, where most of the scenes set on Mars were shot at Korda Studios. In 2015, with the help of therapy and medication, he was able to fly to Houston to visit the Johnson Space Center, and to San Diego to attend Comic-Con.

2016

In 2016, Weir released The Principles of Uncertainty collection of short stories on the TAPAS app platform for short fiction.

2017

In 2017 CBS picked up a pilot written by Weir titled Mission Control, following a group of young NASA astronauts and Scientists. In May of the same year, Weir collaborated with webcomic Artist Sarah Andersen to remake Cheshire Crossing for the website Tapastic.