Who is Drew Fuller?
Andrew Alan Fuller was born on 19 May 1980, in Atherton, California, USA, and is an actor, probably best known for his role in the television series “Charmed” in which he portrayed Chris Halliwell. He is also known for his work in the Lifetime show “Army Wives”, in which he portrayed Trevor LeBlanc.
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The Net Worth of Drew Fuller
As of early-2020, Drew Fuller’s net worth is estimated to be over $1.5 million, earned through a successful career in acting. He also spent a good portion of his youth working as a professional model. He’s been in the acting profession since 1999, appearing in television shows, films, and music videos.
Early Life and Career Beginnings
While Drew was born in Atherton, his family later moved to Newport Beach, where he grew up alongside a younger sister. He stumbled upon a career in the entertainment industry at the age of 12 when he was out and about – he was noticed by a talent agent who approached him for an offer to model for UCLA Magazine. He accepted and appeared on the cover, but waited until four years later before pursuing the career fully.
At 16 years of age, he quickly rose in the ranks of male models in the country, and began representing big brands including Tommy Hilfiger, Club Med, and Prada.
He also appeared in commercials for various corporations such as Toyota, Subway, and J. Crew. One of his most notable projects during this time was appearing opposite Britney Spears in a commercial for Pepsi. He was also featured on the music video “Wherever You Will Go” by the band, the Calling. In 2002, he continued making television appearances, including working alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt in “BareNaked”.
Fuller’s interest in acting continued to grow significantly, and he made his film debut in 2000, appearing in the direct-to-video movie “Voodoo Academy”. After work on several independent features, he began working on television projects too, appearing as a guest in “The OC” and having a three-episode role in “Black Sash”.
In 2003, his career was elevated significantly as he was cast as the character Chris Halliwell in the television series “Charmed”. He appeared first as a guest during the fifth season, before being promoted to one of the main roles, then remained a recurring guest of the show for the entirety of its run.
“Charmed” during its time was one of the most popular and acclaimed shows; it follows the story of three sisters who inherit unique magical powers from their family, and with their powers combined, they can stop various supernatural evil forces. While the show puts a heavy focus on their hidden lives as witches, they are also shown struggling to hide their identity as they try to pursue normal lives.
The show has gained a cult following, and while a remake of the show was created in recent years, it failed to capture the success of the original.
Life After Charmed
Following his work in “Charmed”, Drew continued by appearing in the films “The Ultimate Gift”, and “Blonde Ambition” which starred Jessica Simpson, following the story of her character as she becomes a successful businesswoman after moving to New York City from a small town. He was then cast in his next big television role in the series “Army Wives” – the show aired on Lifetime from 2007 to 2013, though he wasn’t present for its final season.
The show follows the lives of five people who are spouses of military personnel, four women and one man. The show starred Catherine Bell, Alyssa Diaz, Terry Serpico, and Wendy Davis, and during the peak of its popularity, it attracted numerous nominations, and won five ASCAP Awards. The show drew favorable reviews, but was eventually canceled in 2013 due to low ratings, though the show was given time to finish its story. While working on that show, he also made guest appearances in other programs, such as “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “The Circuit”.
After the end of “Army Wives”, Fuller made a guest appearance in “Longmire”, before he was cast in the television movie “Dispatch”, alongside Fiona Gubelmann and Scott Bailey. It tells the story of a woman who was previously a 911 operator, but is removed from her job after she mistakes a real emergency call as a prank. She then resolves to solve the case from that call herself, leading to numerous revelations. For films, Drtew’s had a few more notable projects, the first being “Fatal Instinct”, working with Ivan Sergei and Masiela Lusha. The film follows the story of a police detective, who discovers the possibility of his partner being involved in crime.
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The other notable film he’s been in is the Panama project “Beyond Brotherhood” or “Mas Que Hermanos”. The film tells the story of orphaned siblings who resolve to grow up together, and discover the possibility of living a better life even after their parents’ death. The film was highly successful, and was even selected for the 90th Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language film category, but it wasn’t nominated directly into the awards. In recent years, he’s mainly worked on a few Hallmark projects, including “Love, Fall, and Order”.
Drew is known to be married to Ceara McAuliffe, though he has declined to mention any information about her.
It is not known if they have any children and the details of his wife’s career are also not known, except that she grew-up in Venice.
He knows several languages including French as he lived in Paris, France for some time during his teenage years as a model. He also loves motorcycles and motorcycle racing. He often goes to race events and follows the various professional circuits closely. In recent months, he’s been focused on promoting social distancing following the coronavirus epidemic. While he stays in touch with fans, he keeps mostly to himself, even setting his profiles private so that only his dedicated fans can view his public posts.