Andrea Whitburn(Actress) Bio, Age, Family, Movies & Net Worth

Andrea Whitburn

Andrea Whitburn Biography

Andrea Whitburn is an American Hollywood actress whose brooding good looks landed her a role in the 2006 movie Gone. Gone was her breakthrough movie and has landed her so many other deals like being featured in Poison Ivy: The Secret Society (2008) and Primary (2014).

In November 2015, she released her starring movie called Wrecker. She is also known for her roles in Driver from Hell (2015) and Violentia (2018).

Andrea Whitburn Age

The Violentia actress was born in 1988 and is around 35 years old as of 2023

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Andrea Whitburn Net worth

Whitburn has a net worth of approximately $17 Million as of 2023.

Andrea Whitburn Movies

She is featured in the following movies:

  • Wrecker (2015)
  • Lonesome Dove Church (2014)
  • Primary (2014)
  • Poison Ivy: The Secret Society (2008)
  • Augusta, Gone (2006)
  • Tell Me No Lies
  • Crime

Andrea Whitburn Wrecker

A road trip turns into pure terror when two best friends (Anna Hutchison, Andrea Whitburn) become the target of a psychotic trucker who forces them into a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse.
Initial release: 6 November 2015 (USA)
Director: Michael Bafaro
Music composed by Vincent Mai
Screenplay: Michael Bafaro, Evan Tylor
Producers: Don Knodel, Evan Tylor, John A. Curtis

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Andrea Whitburn Interview


Ever since we began ten issues ago, we have worked with photographer David Mushegain every issue to bring you a collection of some of the raddest people from all around the world. David shoots and gets to know the young kids he meets on his travels, through his friends, or just walking down the street, and we are always happy to share his discoveries with you. Our weekly postings of David’s Last People continue right here.

I first met Drea Whitburn last year when I was in Vancouver shooting a TV commercial for Nikon. I think I was a friend of her friend or something and I was searching for cool kids to put in this Nikon commercial and anyway Drea and I got in contact and met and have stayed close friends since.


She’s come down to stay at mine in LA and I have hung out with her a few times in Vancouver. I will start by saying I love Vancouver. It’s such an awesome city and has such an awesome vibe. Drea is a perfect example of that awesome vibe. When I was young I traveled all over the world as a street performer.

Every day I would get out and perform and hitch a ride to a new town or place. For a long time I traveled with my friend Barry Roberts. Barry and I always had a dream. The dream went something like this. We were hitching on a cold, rainy afternoon, of which there were many.

Lost Hope

All hope was nearly lost because the sun was about to set and forget getting a ride in the rain when the sun is gone. And then from the distance we see a VW van coming down the road. The van starts to pull over. We are overjoyed because we are going to be saved from the cold night. The van creeps closer and the window rolls down and whammo!!! It’s two gorgeous young ladies and they say, “Hey guys get in the van.”

The rest of the dream can be left to the imagination. Well, even after a thousand hitches that bus never rolled down our road. So be it. There were a lot of nice other people that pulled over for us. But the reason I bring up the story is that Drea is super hot and she drives a van.

And she not only drives the van, she lives in it. And if I was back in my late teens or early twenties and Drea pulled over to pick me up hitchhiking I would have probably lost the plot. She is my street-performing-days dream girl. Haha. So yeah Drea lives in her 1981 Chevy van with her blue heeler Marcel.

Small Van

She describes her van as a small apartment on wheels and told me it’s something she always wanted to do, live in her van, and now she does. I guess some of us are just born with a bit of wanderlust. Drea is studying Ayurveda and survives from acting and doing a little modeling here and there and other random odd jobs.

Every time I talk to her she is up camping on somebody’s communal farm or something. Canada is full of awesome people. I love that country big time. Just wish their border agents weren’t such assholes. But hey, I’m from LA and we have the biggest asshole border agents in the world at LAX.

I mean you couldn’t be a bigger asshole if you tried. Anyway Drea’s near-future goal is to bring her van down to warmer climates like California. And I’m totally into that idea. Get yourself down here Drea. I photographed Drea in her awesome machine.

Source: The Last Magazine