An extremely talented Irish actor Andrew Scott has been working in this entertainment field since 1994. So it has already been 29 years since he started working actively here, and seeing his work to date, he seems more active and fresh as the day, month, and year passes by.

He is recognized globally for his role as Jim Moriarty in the TV series ‘Sherlock.’ Furthermore, his other famous and notable parts are in ‘Hamlet,’ back comedy series ‘Fleabag’ and many more. He has also received critical accolades, nominations, and awards for his continuous outstanding roles.

Quick Info
Full NameAndrew Scott
Birth Date21 October 1976
Birth PlaceDublin, Ireland
Star SignLibra
ParentsFather: Jim Scoot
Mother: Nora Scott
SistersSarah, Hannah
Sexual OrientationGay
Net Worth$10 million
Height5 feet and 8 inches (173cm/1.73m)
Weight68 kg (150lbs)
Body Measurements40-32-14 inches
Eye ColorLight Brown
Hair ColorBlack

Andrew Scott


Andrew Scott was born on 21 October 1976 in Dublin, Ireland. He was only a son as a child of Jim Scoot, a recruitment consultant, and to mother Nora Scott, an art teacher. He has two sisters, one elder sister named Sarah, and the younger one is Hannah. Presently, he is 43 years old with a Libra sun sign.


Andrew Scott did his schooling at Jesuit Catholic School called Gonzaga College. He then enjoins the drama program at Trinity College but dropped out after six months. He then joined National Theatre and studied acting.


Andrew Scott holds an Irish nationality who belongs to the White ethnicity. He is of Irish descent. Though he was raised as Roman Catholic, later he became non-religious.

Physical Stats

He stands 5 feet and 8 inches (173cm/1.73m) tall and weighs around 68 kg (150lbs). Besides, he has an athletic body type measuring 40-32-14 inches. He has a pair of light brown colored eyes with black hair color.Andrew Scott


TV Shows

Andrew Scott made his first small-screen appearance in the 1995 television film ‘Budgie.’ He was then directly seen in two short films in 1998 in ‘Miracle at Midnight’ and ‘America’ He then did four episodes of ‘Longitude’ in 2000, one episode of ‘Band of Brothers’ in 2001 and a documentary film ‘Killing Hitler’ in 2003. Likewise, in 2004 he appeared in six episodes of ‘My Like in Film’ and mostly did television films like ‘The Quatermass Experiment’ in 2005, ‘Little White Lie’ in 2008.

He did a television miniseries where he played William Smith in ‘John Adams’ the same year. The year 2010 was huge for him as he was cast in the British crime TV series ‘Sherlock,’ where he played Jim Moriarty. This series ran till 2017.

Meanwhile, he appeared in ‘Garrow’s Law’ in 2010, ‘The Hour’ in 2011, ‘Blackout’ in 2012, ‘Dates’ in 2013, and ‘The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses’ in 2016. Similarly, he also had a voice role as Obake in 11 episodes of ‘Big Hero 6: The series’ in 2017 and featured as Edgar in ‘King Lear’ in 2018, based on Shakespeare’s play, where he starred alongside Emma Thompson, Florence Pugh, Emily Watson, Anthony Hopkins, and others. In 2019, he did four different series ‘Fleabag,’ ‘Black Mirror,’ ‘Modern Love,’ and ‘His Dark Materials.’ Recently, in 2020 he appeared as Tom in eight episodes of ‘Ripley.’


Andrew Scott’s first film landed in the 1995 Irish feature film ‘Korea.’ He then appeared in the 1998 and 2000 films ‘Saving Private Ryan’ and ‘Nora’ respectively. Then, he made a film called ‘Dead Bodies’ in 2003 and took a gap. He then only appeared in the 2009 film ‘The Duel,’ and in 2010, he played only short films. Likewise, in 2013 he appeared in ‘Legacy’ and ‘The Stag’. Over the upcoming years, he played in different movies like ‘Pride,’ ‘Spectre,’ ‘Victor Frankenstein,’ ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass,’ ‘Handsome Devil’ and many more. He is also known for his role in the biographical drama film ‘Denial’ as Anthony Julius, alongside Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall, and David Irving. Recently, he made a short film in 2019 called ‘Cognition’ as Elias.

Andrew Scott


Andrew Scott has won the Berlin International Film Festival Award in 2004 and Laurence Olivier Awards in 2005. He has also received the IFTA Award in 2003, 2013, and 2014 for his work in ‘Dead Bodies,’ ‘Sherlock,’ and ‘The Stag’. Recently, he won Critics’ Choice Television Awards for his work in ‘Fleabag’ in 2020.

Personal Life 

Andrew Scott has come out as gay and is unmarried. Likewise, he has not disclosed anything about his relationship and past dating history.

Net Worth of Andrew Scott

Andrew Scott is an Irish actor but has worked in different Irish, American, and British films. In addition, he has appeared in various movies and television series. As of 2021, his estimated net worth is $10 million.