Andrea Gellatly (Researcher) Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Net Worth, Facts

Andrea Gellatly

Andrea Gellatly is a well known artist, robotics and researcher. She has appeared in robotics competitions all her life and is currently at the peak of her career. She now has over 15 years of experience in combat robotics, winning a number of national titles. She is also appearing in a show where different teams battle to win with their bots. Andrea is featured on BattleBots on ABC as captain of team Witch Doctor, which was a Season 1 quarterfinalist and the number 3 seed for Season 2. Tune in bio.

Andrea Gellatly Age

How old is Andrea Gellatly? She was born in 1984. She is 36 years old. She holds American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.

Andrea Gellatly Height & Weight

How tall is Andrea Gellatly? She stands at 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs around 60 Kg. The singer has dark brown eyes and blonde hair color. And, her body measurement is measure at 34-28-35 and her bra size is 32B.

Andrea Gellatly Husband

Andrea Gellatly Husband : She tied knot with Mike Gellatly. She is enjoying with her husband and currently resides in Los Angeles.

Andrea Gellatly Wiki

Andrea Gellatly Wiki/Bio
Real Name Andrea Gellatly
Nick Name Andrea
Famous As Researcher
Age 36-years old
Birthday 1984
Birthplace United States
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Height approx. 5 ft 6 in (1.65 m)
Weight approx. 60Kg (132 lbs)
Body Measurements approx. 34-28-35inches
Bra Cup Size 32 B
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Blonde
Shoe Size 6.5 (US)
Children NA
Husband Mike Gellatly
Net Worth $3 million

Andrea Gellatly Net Worth

How much is the net worth of Andrea Gellatly? She is currently working in research and development at Zimmer Biomet, where she has focused on upper extremity trauma for the past 9 years and has been awarded several utility patents. Her net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

Andrea Gellatly Facts

  • Andrea Gellatly received her BS and MS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Miami.
  • She recently presented at the Kennedy Space Center on designing for damage and redundancy, and has spoken on discussion panels for a variety of audiences.