Andrew Rannells is an American actor and voice actor. He has lent his voice to such animated shows as Street Sharks, Pokémon, Sonic X, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
He has also appeared on-screen as Elijah Krantz on HBO's Girls, Darren on CBS's How I Met Your Mother, Frazier H. Wingo on HBO's The Knick, and Blair Pfaff on Showtime's Black Monday.
He now voices William Cockwell in Amazon Prime's Invincible. Here is what you should know about Andrew Rannells.
Andrew Rannells made his professional acting debut in the mid-'90s and as of this writing has been credited in 60 movies and TV shows.
For most of the first half of his career, Rannells primarily had voice roles in such TV programs as Street Sharks, Pokémon, Sonic X, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
He gained popularity as Elijah Krantz in the HBO comedy-drama series Girls. He has since had several high-profile roles including Bryan Collins in the NBC sitcom The New Normal, Matthew MacDell in the Netflix sitcom Big Mouth, and Blair Pfaff in the Showtime period comedy series Black Monday.
He has also had guest appearances in Glee, The Knick, How I Met Your Mother and The Romanoffs.
On the big screens, Rannells has had notable roles in movies like Sex and the City 2, Bachelorette, The Intern, Why Him?, A Simple Favor, The Boys in the Band, The Prom, and The Stand-In.
Andrew Rannells came out as gay when he was 18 after having known for certain since his early teens. Since then, he has been outspoken about being gay.
He has been in a relationship with his fellow American actor and Black Monday co-star Tuc Watkins since 2019.
Andrew Rannells was born Andrew Scott Rannells on August 23, 1978, in Omaha, Nebraska, the fourth of five siblings, to Charlotte and Ronald Rannells.
At the time of this writing, Rannells is 42 years old and stands at 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 meters).
According to celebritynetworth.com, Andrew Rannells has a net worth of $4 million in February 2021.