Andre 3000's acting debut was on the season finale of The Shield where he played a comics store owner being plagued by prostitutes outside of his store.
After his break up with Erykah Badu, Andre wrote the song 'Sorry Miss Jackson' to her mother.
Andre met his OutKast co-member, Big Boi, while attending Tri-Cities High School in Georgia.
Andre is an only child and was raised in poverty by a single mother.
Andre turned down a role in Dreamgirls (2006).
Andre was named among 'Fade In' Magazine's "100 People in Hollywood You Need to Know" in 2005.
Andre was voted sexiest male vegetarian in 2004.
Andre is 5' 10".
Andre has a son named Seven with ex-girlfriend Erykah Badu.
Andre is a former member of the group OutKast.
Andre: When I'm shooting a film, I don't look at playback. I don't go and do a scene and then hurry up and watch what I just did. I never look at it so I haven't seen any of it.
Andre: But I am a lover of all kinds of art. And I just can't stick to one thing. I guess I could if I made myself, but I'd always be looking the other way, for other things.
Andre: The world doesn't need another clothing company. But it does need a certain funk.
Andre: To me, that's part of the creative process. I hate it when bands fall back and say, "We're underground; we don't want to make money." Because it's not really about making money; it's about exposing everybody to what you're doing. And I want to do that. It's harder to be a success, globally, and be artistic. Harder to have that balance than just to be artistic when nobody understands you. You can just sit at home and do it yourself and have nobody listen to you.
Andre: Looking in the mirror. They say, when you're high, you shouldn't look in the mirror. And I did. And I saw myself deteriorating and I was like; "You look terrible. You got to cut this shit out or you won't make it." And I stopped. I rarely drink, I don't smoke, so my vice is probably creating. I'm addicted to creating. And women. Oh, women.
Andre: Although I hate auditioning. An audition, it's in a room smaller than this and there's producers and directors and they've seen 100 people, and they're, "OK. Go." And it feels strange. It's almost like you meet a girl and someone says, "OK, have sex right now." You don't have time to get it up.