Andy Lassner Flaunts Proud Family With Wife, Married Life Details

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Andy Lassner Flaunts Proud Family With Wife, Married Life Details

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth Dec 30, 1966
  • Age 57 Years, 3 Months
  • Nationality Colombian
  • Profession Television Producer
  • Marital Status Married
  • Wife/Spouse Lorie Lassner
  • Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
  • Gay/Lesbain No
  • Ethnicity White
  • Net Worth $12 million (Estimated)
  • Social Media Facebook, Twitter
  • Children/Kids Ryan Oliver Lassner, Ethan Benjamin Lassner (Sons)
  • Height 6 Feet 4 Inches (193 cm)
  • Education The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
  • Siblings One Brother
  • Parents Jules Lassner (Father), Danièle Gorlin Lassner (Mother)

Andy Lassner is a familiar name among the Ellen DeGeneres Show's fans. He is The Ellen Show's Emmy award-winning executive producer, who makes an occasional appearance and also has been subjected to the most beloved TV host, Ellen's famous on-air pranks.

The Colombian-American celebrity started in the program since 2003 after his previous stints, also as a producer, on the talk show The Rosie O'Donnell Show.

Besides, he produced the film, Sophia Grace & Rosie's Royal Adventure (2014), starring two young girls, Sophia Grace and Rosie McClelland, who were popular guests on Ellen's show. 

Andy Lassner's Married Life

Andy Lassner has been married twice—currently, he is in a relationship with his second wife, Lorie Lassner.

Andy Lassner and his wife, Lorie Lassner at Daytime Emmys 2018 (Photo: Andy Lassner's Twitter)

He got married for the first time in his early twenties. Somewhere around the time, after eight years of being sober and having overcome serious alcohol, and other drug addiction, Andy again started using it.

Reminiscing the old times, he says– "I'm grateful every day that I didn't die of an overdose."

During an interview with VARIETY on 5th November 2019, he recalled how he had taken his baby daughter, Erin, in a cab in the middle of the night to "score" drugs while the mother of the baby was out of town. He termed the incident as one of his "lowest points."

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Later, after a year of living to his commitments in a sober home, he once and for all came clean off the addiction.


Andy is father to his three children: Erin, 23, and 12-year-old twins, Ethan and Ryan (age, as of 5th November 2019).

His eldest daughter Erin is from his first marriage while the two boys are from his second wife, Lorie.

Andy Lassner's Bio: Family

Andy Lassner was born on the 30th of December 1966 in Bogota, Colombia. He grew up in a loving and stable family in an Orthodox Jewish home on New York's Upper East Side.

He is a son of Danièle and Jules Lassner. Danièle, Andy's father, met Jules when he walked into a New York publishing house rummaging for books on politics in South America. There a young assistant helped him, who happened to be Andy's mother, Danièle Gorlin. They later got married in 1963.

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Andy's father, who served in the United States Marine Corps during World War II, died at the age of 92 in November 2015. He was also an influential businessman and a Jewish communal leader.

Salary & Net Worth

Celebrity Net Worth reports Andy Lassner's net worth and salary to be $12 million and $5 million, respectively.

More Facts On Andy Lassner

  • Andy's birth sign is Capricorn.

  • He is an avid supporter of the NHL's Los Angeles Kings.

  • Andy Lassner has 467.5 thousand followers on his Twitter account. His tweets are usually fueled by politics, "silly celebs" jokes, hockey, and serious notes giving away his supports for causes like gay rights in the United States.

  • Having offered the work even after the big break because of his addiction, he believes the entertainment industry is very forgiving. He says– "If you're good, you'll work."