In 1995, Andrew was named one of 10 Outstanding Young Americans by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and in the same year, he received an honorary degree from Drew University.
Andrew, like his sister Elisabeth, named his son after their late brother William, who died at the family's summer home on Block Island, Rhode Island.
He played for the Los Angeles Galaxy team in the Major League Soccer (1996).
Andrew is the brother-in-law of director and producer Davis Guggenheim.
Andrew has been married to his wife, Jennifer Hageney, since 1994 and has two sons, Nathaniel and William.
Andrew founded ClubMom, a "mom-to-mom social network" in 1999, along with Michael Sanchez and former "The View" co-host Meredith Vieira.
Andrew is the co-founder of the Do Something organization, with his friend Michael Sanchez, to teach young people to become socially aware.
Andrew visited Zimbabwe as an All-American soccer player where he played for the Bulawayo Highlanders football team and taught high school math.
Andrew graduated from Dartmouth College in 1989, as a history major.
Andrew went to Columbia High School, in Maplewood, New Jersey where he founded the Hall of Fame, which he and his sister Elisabeth Shue became members of in 1994.
Andrew is the younger brother of actress Elisabeth Shue.
Replaced actor Stephen Fanning in the role of Billy Campbell on "Melrose Place" just days before shooting began.
Andrew: When I got on Melrose Place, I thought 'Here's a real opportunity to utilize all the different contacts I have to inspire young people all over the country'.