Andy Milonakis is a popular actor, rapper, and streamer, but while he may have the appearance of a teenager, he's 43 years old. Andy was born in 1976 with a congenital growth hormone deficiency, which is why he retains an adolescent look. Milonakis first became interested in comedy from a young age, which was initially a means to cope with bullying during his high school years.
Milonakis first came to fame with The Andy Milonakis Show, a sketch comedy show for MTV that first aired in 2005. The series appeared during the heyday of MTV reality shows like The Osbournes or Jackass, with The Andy Milonakis Show following Andy around his Manhattan neighborhood. The show featured silly sketches with the occasional animated segment and celebrity guests such as Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Kimmel, and Seth Green (Family Guy). The show lasted for three seasons before being canceled in 2007.
Andy Milonakis also started appearing in movies and TV shows during this period, including 2005 comedy Waiting... with Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool), its 2009 sequel straight to DVD sequel Still Waiting and Robert Englund's (A Nightmare On Elm Street) horror comedy Killer Pad. His most recent movie role was in director Joseph Kahn's acclaimed rap drama Bodied.
Milonakis also loaned his voice to numerous episodes of Adventure Time, where he voiced N.E.P.T.R. - AKA the Never-Ending Pie-Throwing Robot - and also appeared as Roman Armond on Nick Kroll's (Sausage Party) Comedy Central sketch series Kroll Show. He most recently voiced the part of Danny Douglas on Disney XD series Future-Worm. Milonakis played a young boy who invents a time machine lunch box, which leads to all sorts of misadventures when he teams up with a worm that comes from the future. Neil deGrasse Tyson also made a guest appearance on Future-Worm, where he played himself. Melanie Lynskey (Castle Rock) and Jonathan Frakes co-starred on the show but despite receiving good reviews and earning a fanbase for its mix of sci-fi and comedy, the show was canceled after one season in 2018.
Andy Milonakis is also well known for his love of rap, and in addition to creating his own music, he's made guest appearances on tracks from artists like Snoop Dogg (Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping) and Gucci Mane. He hosted a cooking show dubbed Fat Prince as part of Vice's YouTube channel Munchies, and he remains one of the most popular personalities on Twitch, where he has over 400,000 followers.