|Date of Birth||January 1, 1974|
|Birth Name||Andrea Berloff|
|Famous Name||Andrea Berloff|
|Birth Place||Framingham, Massachusetts|
|Height||5 feet 5 inch|
|Married To||Drew Filus|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
Andrea Berloff is an American filmmaker famous for co-writing the 2015 biological drama Straight Outta Compton. Also, she is a screenwriter, actress, director, and producer. Andrea is popular for writing the film World Trade Centre in 2006 too, a film based on attacks at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Berloff first appeared in 1997 short film Growth as an actress. In 2005, she featured in Raw Footage as Dr.Schwartz. Later, she mainly worked as a writer. In 2006, World Trade Centre released written by her. Also, her other famous art includes Straight Outta Compton which she co-wrote with Jonathan Herman. In addition, Andrea is making her directorial debut with “The Kitchen“ in 2019 written by herself.
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Andrea is in a relationship with Drew Filus. The couple married in 2004 and has 2 children. Berloff’s husband Drew Filus is also a director and writer known for Raw Footage (2005) and Domestic (2002).
Till the date, Andrea is still working to make a breakthrough as a director, but she has made a fair amount from the movies World Trade Centre and Straight Outta Compton as a writer. As of 2019, Andrea Berloff’s estimated fortune is $2.5 million.
Andrea was born in 1974 to a Jewish family in Framingham, Massachusetts. She graduated in drama in 1995 from Cornell University.
Berloff’s acting career began quickly after graduating from college. In 1997 she portrayed as nameless sister in the Tisch School of the Arts produced film Growth.
Along with Drew Filus, Berloff co-wrote short film Domestic in 2002. In 2006, she marked her screenwriting debut for feature-length films and wrote the screenplay for the film World Trade Center. Her latest written screenplay is 2016’s Blood Father which she co-wrote with Peter Craig.