Andy Dick is known for his cheeky and uncouth sense of humor. He has starred in movies like “Zoolander” and had his own show on MTV called “The Andy Dick Show”.
According To Source Digital can confirm that comedian Andy Dick has been arrested in California for breaking into a home.
The incident occurred on the private property of a homeowner, according to Sgt. Ragsdale of the Santa Barbara Police Department. When police were called and arrived on the scene, they detained Dick. They had good reason to arrest the 56-year-old man.
Andy Dick Arrested Again For Felony Residential Burglary
The comedian, who has appeared in movies such as “Zoolander” and comedy roasts of William Shatner and Pamela Anderson, has been in trouble with the law on and off for the past decade.
In 2019, Dick was brutally punched in the face outside a bar in New Orleans. According to a report by The Associated Press, he said the accident left him with “severe, permanent and disabling injuries.”
Prior to the attack that sent Dick to the hospital, the actor had already been charged with a number of crimes. In July 2008, he was charged with sexual assault and drug possession. Dick pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three years of probation, which he eventually violated.
In 2010, he was arrested for sexual assault.
Dick was also charged with assault with a deadly weapon, groping, and sexual assault, among other charges.
The last time he was taken into custody was in May of this year, when he was suspected of sexual assault. The charges were eventually dropped because the injured person did not help with the investigation.
Andrew Thomlinson was the name he was given when he was born on Dec. 21, 1965, in Charleston, South Carolina. Now his name is Andrew Roane Dick. He was given to Allen and Sue Dick when he was born. He grew up in a Presbyterian family. His father worked in the Navy.
Before moving to Chicago in 1979, he and his family lived in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York and Yugoslavia when he was a child. He attended Lassiter High School, temporarily located in Cobb County, Georgia, at George Walton Comprehensive High School.
During his senior year of high school, Dick participated in several plays. In 1983, he was elected Homecoming King in the senior class. In 1984, he finished high school at Joliet West High School in Joliet, Illinois.
From 1986 to 1990, Dick was married to Ivone Kowalczyk. Their son together was born in 1988.
He also has a son and a daughter with Lena Sved.
In an interview in 2006, he said that he is both gay and straight.
Andy Dick’s life On Television
Dick’s first job as a comedian on television was at The Ben Stiller Show, a sketch comedy show that ran on the Fox Network from September 1992 to January 1993.
On the third night of David Letterman’s new CBS show in 1993, Dick appeared as “Donnie, the CBS page who likes to suck up.” During his appearance, he gave Letterman a watch. The host then gave him a pencil, which made Dick cry. He went backstage to applause.
In the 1994 episode of The Nanny titled “Maggie the Model”, Dick played the stylist Pepé. In the remake of Get Smart on Fox, he also played Zachary Smart, the son of Maxwell Smart and Agent 99 (a role he reportedly wanted to escape to work at NewsRadio). Dick and Kieran Culkin both had roles on the short-lived NBC summer series Go Fish in 2001.
Dick appeared in several sitcoms throughout its run. He played accident-prone reporter Matthew Brock on NewsRadio from 1995 to 1999 and Owen Kronsky on the ABC sitcom Less than Perfect.
In 2001, he collaborated with other people and producers to produce The Andy Dick Show, a program on MTV. After three seasons, the show was canceled in 2003.
In 2004, he was the star of The Assistant, a satirical reality show that also aired on MTV. The show made fun of themes and scenes from shows like The Bachelor, The Apprentice, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Survivor.
Dick also made an appearance as emergency medical hologram Mark II in “Message in a Bottle,” an episode of Star Trek: Voyager. In the eighth season of Celebrity Poker Showdown, he was a player. He finished in last place, after Robin Tunney, Christopher Meloni, Macy Gray, and Joy Behar.