Andy Bean

Andy Bean – Starz “Power” TV Series Season 3 New York City Premiere – Arrivals – SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd Street – New York City, NY, USA, 2016 – Photo Credit: Lisa Holte / PRPhotos.com

Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, U.S. (likely)

Date of Birth: October 7, 1984

Ethnicity:
*father – Norwegian, German, English, Irish, Scottish
*mother – Polish

Andy Bean is American actor. He starred as Alec Holland on Swamp Thing, and played the adult version of the Jewish character Stanley Uris in the film It: Chapter 2.

He was raised in Carrolton, Texas. He has a Catholic and Lutheran family background.

Andy’s paternal grandfather was Ralph Franklin Bean (the son of Oliver Bean and Mary Behrick). Ralph was born in Illinois. Oliver was the son of James Thomas Bean and Elizabeth Jane “Eliza” Toland. Mary was born in Indiana, the daughter of Henry Ferdinand Behrick, whose parents were German, and of Minnie Jane Utley.

Andy’s paternal grandmother was Mary Elizabeth Iverson (the daughter of Lawrence Solway Iverson and Charlotte Roberts Kinch). Mary Elizabeth was born in Wisconsin. Lawrence was of Norwegian origin, and was the son of Alfred Martin Iverson and Regina Solway. Charlotte was the daughter of Melvin Kinch and Clara.

Andy’s maternal grandfather was Adam John Rybarczyk (the son of John Rybarczyk and Anna Kubas). Adam was born in Illinois, to Polish parents.

Andy’s maternal grandmother was Stephiana/Stephanie P. Stempniak (the daughter of Stanley Stempniak and Mary Klepczarek). Stephiana was born in Illinois, to Polish parents.

Sources: https://old.findagrave.com
https://www.colonialterracefuneralhome.com
https://www.legacy.com

Birth record of Andy’s maternal grandmother, Stephiana/Stephanie P. Stempniak – https://www.familysearch.org

1 Response

  1. stlucas says:

    Oliver was born in Illinois, the son of James Thomas Bean and Elizabeth Jane “Eliza” Toland. Mary Olive was born in Indiana, the daughter of Henry Ferdinand Behrick, whose parents were German, and of Minnie Jane Utley.

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