Andrew Bagby was an American actor and comedian best known for his role in the comedy film "Dr. Dolittle". He was born on April 15, 1964 in Los Angeles, California. His father was a musician and his mother was an actress. He attended Santa Monica High School and graduated in 1982.
Bagby began his career in the entertainment industry in the early 1980s, appearing in several TV shows such as "The Love Boat", "Happy Days" and "Knots Landing". He also made appearances in films such as "The Great Outdoors" and "Dirty Dancing". He also had a role in the television movie "The Return of the Shaggy Dog".
In 1998, Bagby landed the role of Dr. Gilberto Rivera in the comedy film "Dr. Dolittle". His performance was praised and the film became a box office success. This role earned him two MTV Movie Awards nominations.
During his acting career, Bagby also worked as a stand-up comedian. He toured with comedians such as Jay Leno, David Letterman and Robin Williams. He also wrote and produced his own comedy shows.
In 2001, Bagby's life was tragically cut short when he was murdered by an ex-girlfriend. His death was highly publicized and inspired a documentary about domestic violence.
Although his life was short, Bagby left an indelible mark in the entertainment industry. His comedic talent and charisma will always be remembered. He was an inspiration to many and his death was an important reminder of the dangers of domestic violence. He will always be remembered as a talented and beloved actor and comedian.