Andrew Shue

Andrew Eppley Shue (born February 20, 1967) is an American actor, known for his role as Billy Campbell on the television series Melrose Place (1992–1999). He is on the Board of Directors for Do Something (which he co-founded)[2] and is the co-founder of the social networking website CafeMom.[3]

Andrew Shue
Andrew Shue (1993)
Andrew Shue at the 1993 Emmy Awards
Andrew Eppley Shue

February 20, 1967 (age 52)
Alma materDartmouth College (B.A., History, 1989)
Spouse(s)Jennifer Hageney (1994–2008)
Amy Robach (2010–present)
Children3 sons, 2 stepdaughters[1]
Parent(s)James W. Shue
Anne Brewster
RelativesElisabeth Shue (sister)
Association football career
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1990 Bulawayo Highlanders ? (?)
1993 Los Angeles United 1 (0)
1994 Anaheim Splash 2 (0)
1996 Los Angeles Galaxy 5 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Early life

Shue was born in Wilmington, Delaware. His mother, Anne Brewster (née Wells; b. 1938), is a bank executive who was the vice president of the private division of the Chemical Bank Corporation. His father, James W. Shue (b. 1936-d. May 24, 2013), was a lawyer and real estate developer who was the president of the International Food and Beverage Corporation and was active in Republican politics, having once unsuccessfully run for the U.S. Congress in New Jersey.[4][5][6] His mother was a descendant of Pilgrim leader William Brewster and his father was of German ancestry, from Pennsylvania.[7][8] His sister, Elisabeth, is also an actor.

Shue attended Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey. Along with his sister, Elisabeth Shue, he was inducted into the CHS Hall of fame in 1994.[9] At Dartmouth College, as he was in high school, Shue was a Regional All America soccer player and spent a winter studying and playing soccer in Glasgow, Scotland for Queen's Park FC. Shue received his B.A. in history from Dartmouth in 1989. After graduating, he visited Zimbabwe, where he simultaneously played soccer and taught high school math at Founders High School.

Personal life

Shue was married to floral designer Jennifer Hageney from 1994-2008.[10] They had three sons: Nathaniel (born 1996), Aidan (born 1999) and Wyatt (born 2004).[11]

They divorced in 2008. In 2010 Shue married former The Today Show co-anchor and ABC News correspondent Amy Robach.[12][13][14] She had two daughters from a previous marriage.[11]



In May 1992, Shue was cast to play the role of Billy Campbell on the Aaron Spelling soap opera Melrose Place. He starred opposite Courtney Thorne-Smith, whom he later dated. Shue stayed on the show for six years. During this time he appeared as an abusive husband in the Francis Ford Coppola film The Rainmaker, starring Matt Damon and Claire Danes.

A 1996 commercial for SportsCenter on ESPN has Shue being traded for former SportsCenter anchor Charley Steiner, where Steiner takes his position on Melrose Place and Shue takes his on SportsCenter.

He worked on the 2007 feature film, Gracie, with his sister Elisabeth, his brother John, and his brother-in-law, Davis Guggenheim, the Oscar-winning director of An Inconvenient Truth. Shue co-produced the film and also appeared in a minor role. It pays tribute to the Shue siblings' elder brother Will, who died in an accident in 1988. The story is loosely based on Elisabeth's childhood, when she was the only girl playing on an all-boys soccer team.


During his time in Zimbabwe, Shue played for the Bulawayo Highlanders. That season, the Highlanders won "the double", which is both Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League and CBZ Cup titles. At the time, Shue was the only white player in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.[15] In September 1993, he played one game with Los Angeles United of the Continental Indoor Soccer League. In July 1994, he played two games for the Anaheim Splash.[16] In 1996, while still on Melrose Place, Shue played for the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer, recording one assist in five games.[17] He spent the entire 1997 season on injured reserve.


Along with his childhood best friend Michael Sanchez, Andrew co-founded Do Something. He now sits on the Board of Directors.

In 2006 Shue and Sanchez co-founded the social networking website CafeMom.[18] Lead investors are Highland Capital Partners and Draper Fisher Jurvetson. The site used to provide an online community for moms to connect and share advice and ideas. CafeMom's community forums were shut down at 5:00 pm est on May 24, 2018. The company cited high advertising costs as the reason for the shutdown.

The CafeMom is now a family of companies, including blog The Stir,[19] Baby Name Wizard and popular Latina site MamasLatinas.

Andrew currently co-hosts the webisode series "Mad Life" along with comedian Chuck Nice and his mother-in-law Joanie Robach (mother of Amy Robach.)


Year Title Role Notes
1984 The Karate Kid Member of Cobra Kai Uncredited
1985 Vision Quest Bar Patron
1987 Adventures in Babysitting Extra
1988 Cocktail Wedding Guest
1992 American Shaolin Competitor
1993 Gulf City Jack Graig TV movie
1997 The Rainmaker Cliff Riker
2007 Gracie Coach Owen Clark Also producer and writer
2009 Goal! III N/A Uncredited
Year Title Role Notes
1992 The Wonder Years Brian Billings Episode: "The Lost Weekend"
1992−1998 Melrose Place Billy Campbell Series regular, 191 episodes


  1. ^ "Amy Robach Joins ABC News" (Press release). ABC News. 2012-05-21. Retrieved 2012-05-21.
  2. ^ "Do Something". Do Something. Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  3. ^ "". 2014-05-27. Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  4. ^ "Elisabeth Shue Biography (1963-)". Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  5. ^ "WEDDINGS;Jody Buonanno, John M. Shue". The New York Times. 1995-06-04.
  6. ^ Elisabeth Shue - Family and Companions - Yahoo!7 Movies
  7. ^ Carr, Jay (1991-05-26). "Elisabeth Shue commutes from academe to Tinseltown". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2010-07-26.
  8. ^ Rader, Dotson (1997-11-23). "Let Yourself Feel It All". Lakeland Ledger. Retrieved 2010-07-26.
  9. ^ Hall of Fame Archived October 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ Sep 27, 2009 05:33 PM ETby Adam Bryant (2009-09-27). "Andrew Shue Engaged - Melrose Place's Andrew Shue and Amy Robach Are Engaged - Today's News: Our Take". Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  11. ^ a b Messinger, Eric (2013-06-03). "Mad Love With Andrew & Amy - New York Family MagazineNew York Family Magazine". Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  12. ^ "Wedding Belle". New York Post. 2009-09-27. Retrieved 2009-09-29.
  13. ^ Miller, Samantha (2009-09-27). "Engaged: Andrew Shue and Today's Amy Robach!". People magazine. Retrieved 2009-09-29.
  14. ^ Caplan, David (2010-02-07). "Andrew Shue and Today's Amy Robach are married". People magazine. Retrieved 2011-11-08.
  15. ^ Dartmouth Alumni Archived December 10, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  16. ^ "Melrose Place Actor to Play for Orange County Team". 2010-12-02. Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  17. ^ Los Angeles Galaxy Archived February 9, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  18. ^ "". 2014-05-27. Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  19. ^

External links

All-time LA Galaxy roster

This list comprises all players who have participated in at least one league match for Los Angeles Galaxy since the team's first Major League Soccer season in 1996. Players who were on the roster but never played a first team game are not listed; players who appeared for the team in other competitions (US Open Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, etc.) but never actually made an MLS appearance are noted at the bottom of the page.

A "†" denotes players who only appeared in a single match.

Amy Robach

Amy Joanne Robach (born February 6, 1973) is a television presenter for ABC News. She is the co-anchor of 20/20 and the breaking news anchor for Good Morning America. She was a national correspondent for NBC News, co-host of the Saturday edition of NBC's Today, and anchor on MSNBC. Since May 2018, she has been the co-anchor of 20/20 alongside David Muir, replacing Elizabeth Vargas.


CafeMom was an ad-supported social networking site which was targeted at mothers and mothers-to-be. It was founded in 2006 by Andrew Shue and Michael Sanchez.

Within one year of its launch, CafeMom became the most trafficked website for women (by page views) on the Internet, according to comScore. CafeMom gets more than 8 million unique visitors a month, accounting for over 140 million page views. According to their own website, as of 2009, had turned profitable.On March 30, 2010, CafeMom announced the launch of The Stir, a new blog for moms featuring topics such as celebrity gossip, parenting dilemmas (and solutions), current events, and home decorating.

Based in New York City, the company had about 120 employees. CafeMom is owned by privately held CMI Marketing.

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Carly Schroeder

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In February 2019, Schroeder announced that she would be joining the United States Army. She will be attending Officer Candidate School, and plans on working as an officer in the Military Intelligence Corps.

Courtney Thorne-Smith

Courtney Thorne-Smith (born November 8, 1967) is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Alison Parker on Melrose Place, Georgia Thomas on Ally McBeal, Cheryl in According to Jim, and her recurring role on Two and a Half Men as Lyndsey McElroy.

Davis Guggenheim

Philip Davis Guggenheim (born November 3, 1963) is an American film and television director and producer. His credits include NYPD Blue, ER, 24, Alias, The Shield, Deadwood, and the documentaries An Inconvenient Truth, The Road We've Traveled, Waiting for 'Superman' and He Named Me Malala. Since 2006, Guggenheim is the only filmmaker to release three different documentaries that were ranked within the top 100 highest-grossing documentaries of all time (An Inconvenient Truth, It Might Get Loud, and Waiting for "Superman").

Do Something

DoSomething (also is a global non-profit organization with the goal of motivating young people to make positive change both online and offline through campaigns that make an impact. The organization's CEO is Aria Finger.

Elisabeth Shue

Elisabeth Judson Shue (born October 6, 1963) is an American actress, best known for her starring roles in the films The Karate Kid (1984), Adventures in Babysitting (1987), Cocktail (1988), Back to the Future Part II (1989), Back to the Future Part III (1990), Soapdish (1991), Leaving Las Vegas (1995), The Saint (1997), Hollow Man (2000), and Piranha 3D (2010). She has won several acting awards and has been nominated for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA. She starred as Julie Finlay in the CBS procedural forensics crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from 2012 to 2015. More recently she had supporting roles in Battle of the Sexes (2017) and Death Wish (2018).

Gracie (film)

Gracie is a 2007 American sports drama film directed by Davis Guggenheim. It stars Carly Schroeder as Gracie Bowen, Dermot Mulroney as Bryan Bowen, Elisabeth Shue as Lindsay Bowen, Jesse Lee Soffer as Johnny Bowen, and Andrew Shue as Coach Owen Clark.Gracie takes place in New Jersey, United States in 1978, before 1972's Title IX had taken much effect in women's college sports and when organized women's soccer was still very rare in the United States. Gracie, the film's central protagonist, overcomes the loss of her brother by convincing her family and school to allow her to play varsity soccer on an all-boys team. The story is partially based on the childhood experiences of Elisabeth Shue, who was one of the producers in addition to being the wife of Davis Guggenheim, the director, as well as a cast member.

The novelization of Gracie, written by Suzanne Weyn, was released in June 2007.

Gulf City (film)

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Jefferson Awards for Public Service

Multiplying Good, formerly the Jefferson Awards for Public Service, was created in 1972 by the American Institute for Public Service. The organization officially launched its new brand, with its slogan "The Power of Service to Others," on February 13th, 2019, in an effort to more closely align the foundations' name with its mission. The organization seeks to multiply good in four distinct but related ways: The Jefferson Awards for Public Service, Youth Programs, Champions Programs, and Media Partners.The Jefferson Awards are given at both national and local levels, and recognize those individuals who have embodied the spirit of service that the organization was founded with. Local winners are ordinary people who do extraordinary things without expectation of recognition and come from national networks of "Media Partners" and "Corporate Champions", and from the associated "Students In Action", Lead360 and GlobeChangers programs. Multiplying Good is led by its CEO, Hillary Schafer, its president, Sam Beard, and its chairman, Jack Russi, in conjunction with the Foundation's board of governors.

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List of people from Wilmington, Delaware

A list of notable people born in and around Wilmington, Delaware, and including long and short term residents.

Israel Acrelius, Lutheran clergyman

John Backus, computer scientist, Fortran inventor, and Turing Award laureate

Bertice Berry, comedian, sociologist, author, and former talk show host

Valerie Bertinelli, actress

Beau Biden, former Attorney General of Delaware, son of former Vice President Joe Biden

Joe Biden, longtime Delaware Senator (1973-2009) and 47th Vice President of the United States under Barack Obama

James Garretson, father of oral surgery

David Bromberg, musician

Clifford Brown, jazz trumpeter

Cab Calloway, musician and bandleader

Henry Seidel Canby, founder and editor of The Saturday Review of Literature

John Carney, Governor of Delaware since 2017

Thomas J. Capano, prominent city lawyer convicted of murder

Charles I. Carpenter, first Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Air Force

Kathleen Cassello, opera singer

Christopher Castellani, writer

Victor DelCampo, bodybuilding champion

Elena Delle Donne, professional basketball player

John Dossett, stage and film actor

William C. Drinkard, scientist and inventor

Sara Dylan, first wife of Bob Dylan

Mark Eaton, professional hockey player

Herbert S. Eleuterio, scientist and inventor

John Gallagher Jr., musician, performer, and actor

Andrew Gemmell, open water swimmer

Barbara Gittings, gay and lesbian civil rights activist

Paul Goldschmidt, baseball player

Joan Goodfellow, film, TV, and stage actress; mezzo-soprano

Joey Graham, power forward for Denver Nuggets

Stephen Graham, small forward for Charlotte Bobcats

Dallas Green, baseball player, manager, executive

Niem Green, American Businessperson

Dionna Harris, softball player, 1996 Olympic gold medalist

Henry Heimlich, inventor, scientist

Bankson T. Holcomb Jr., Marine Corps Brigadier General and cryptanalyst and Linguist during World War II

Charles Hope, NFL player

Cisco Houston, folk singer, political activist

Steven Ittel, scientist

Arturs Krišjānis Kariņš, Prime Minister of Latvia

Celia Kaye, actress

Pat Kenney, professional wrestler better known as Simon Diamond

Ellen J. Kullman, CEO of DuPont

Stephanie Kwolek, scientist

Richard Lankford, U.S. Congressman

Jennifer Leigh, professional poker player

Edward L. Loper, Sr., artist/painter

John Mabry, baseball player

Bob Marley, musician

Stephen Marley, musician

John P. Marquand, 20th century author and novelist

Luke Matheny, Oscar-winning director of God of Love

Sarah McBride, LGBT rights activist, and National Press Secretary of the Human Rights Campaign

Bill McGowan, Baseball Hall of Fame umpire

Robert Milligan McLane, U.S. Congressman

Marshall Kirk McKusick, computer scientist and author

Tom Mees, sports broadcaster

Kevin Mench, professional baseball player

Meagan Miller, opera singer

Roxanne Modafferi, professional women's mixed-martial artist

Mary Nash (author)

Garrett Neff, model

George Parshall, scientist

Samuel Peterson, one of the founders of Wilmington

Aubrey Plaza, actress

Keith Powell, actor and director

Bill Press, author, commentator

Howard Pyle, author and illustrator

Joe Pyne, broadcaster

Judge Reinhold, actor

Betty Roche, singer in Duke Ellington Orchestra, jazz vocalist

William V. Roth, Jr., U.S. Senator

Will Sheridan, Villanova Basketball player, American rapper, LGBT pioneer

Matthew Shipp, avant-garde pianist

Andrew Shue, actor

Elisabeth Shue, actress

Susan Stroman, Broadway and film director and choreographer

Din Thomas, mixed martial arts fighter

Sean Patrick Thomas, actor

George Thorogood, blues/rock musician

Chadwick A. Tolman, scientist

Reorus Torkillus, Lutheran minister to New Sweden

Don A. J. Upham, Mayor of Milwaukee

Tom Verlaine, rock musician

Rick Wagoner, former Chairman and Chief Executive Office of General Motors

Mary T. Wales, co-founder of Johnson and Wales University, born in Wilmington

Herta Ware, stage and screen actress, political activist, wife of Will Geer

Gloria Warren, actress

Joey Wendle, baseball player

Randy White, NFL Hall of Famer

Kathleen Widdoes, actress

Chris Widger, baseball player

Aleksandra Ziolkowska-Boehm, author of Polish descent

Melrose Place

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The show had many cast changes during the run. Thomas Calabro was the only original cast member to remain on the series throughout its entire run.

The show earned several Golden Globe nominations and placed #51 on Entertainment Weekly's "New TV Classics" list.

Seasons of Melrose Place

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Shue is a surname. It may be an Americanised spelling of the German surnames Schue or Schuh, or an alternative romanisation of the Chinese surnames spelled in pinyin as Xu. People with this surname include:

Gene Shue (born 1931), American basketball player and coach

Shue Ming-shu (許明世; born 1940), Taiwanese cyclist

Vivienne Shue (許慧文; born 1944), American sinologist

Larry Shue (1946–1985), American playwright and actor

Shue Ming-fa (許明發; born 1950), Taiwanese cyclist

Elisabeth Shue (born 1963), American actress; sister of Andrew Shue

Andrew Shue (born 1967), American actor

The Rainmaker (1997 film)

The Rainmaker is a 1997 American legal drama film based on John Grisham's 1995 novel of the same name, and written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It stars Matt Damon, Danny DeVito, Danny Glover, Claire Danes, Jon Voight, Roy Scheider, Mickey Rourke, Virginia Madsen, Mary Kay Place and Teresa Wright in her final film role.

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