- Birth Name Andrew Austen Luck
- Birth Place Washington, D.C.
- Famous Name Andrew Luck
- Father Oliver Luck
- Mother Kathy Wilson Luck
- Net Worth £73.82 million ($97.11m)
- Salary N/A
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession American football quarterback
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Nicole Pechanec
- Affair with Nicole Pechanec
- Girlfriend Nicole Pechanec
Andrew Austen Luck a.k.a. Andrew Luck is former American football quarterback who spent his whole career playing for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He played college and high school football for Stanford and was picked 1st overall in the 2012 NFL draft by Colts.
Andrew Luck has an estimated net worth of £73.82 million ($97.11m) in 2019. Regarding his love life, he is married to his long-time girlfriend Nicole Pechanec. Currently, the couple is expecting their first child.
Andrew Luck Net Worth - $97.11 million
Andrew Luck has an estimated net worth of £73.82 million ($97.11m) in 2019, including all of his properties and earnings.
Luck gathered over $97.1 million in on-field earnings during his seven-year NFL career. He had three years remaining on the six-year, $140 million deal he signed in June 2016 with Indianapolis Colts. At the time he inked his lucrative extension in 2016 and was the highest-paid player in NFL history.
Luck's average annual salary of $23.3 million ranked him 12th among the top earners in NFL whereas Russell Wilson and Ben Roethlisberger are the highest earners in the entire NFL history according to the Forbes.
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After his retirement, Jim Irsay who is the owner of the Colts football team revealed that Andrew earned almost around $100 million over his seven-year NFL career and could be walking away from about $500 million.
In March 2012, Luck was signed by Nike, Inc. to its roster of athletes. Further, he became a partner and investor in BodyArmor SuperDrink in September 2013.
Real Estate Portfolio & Cars
Luck owns a lavish mansion in QB, Stanford Cardinal worth $2.299 million. The property features more than 5,500-square-feet of living space, a stylish and contemporary design, chef's kitchen, and panoramic city views.
Further, Luck enjoys driving a Honda Accord which cost around $30,000.
Andrew Luck wife - Nicole Pechanec
Andrew Luck is a married man. He tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend, Nicole Pechanec, on 31st March 2019, in Prague in the Czech Republic. The couple began dating when both of them were attending Stanford University.
Luck and Nicole are in a relationship since their college days in Stanford as both the couple attended the same college. As of now, the lovebird is living a happy life without any rumors of divorce or separation.
Moreover, in one of his interviews, Luck revealed that his relationship with his now-wife, Nicole Pechanec became stronger when he went through a shoulder injury. During the time, Luck was able to spend most of his time with his then-girlfriend which eventually changed his mentality toward football.
In the interview with Sports Illustrated, he said "I don’t think I’m married if that had not happened." he again added "I think I eff that up. I truly do. I truly do. "I mean, now, it’s all good. But yeah."
Wife, Nicole Pechanec (M.2019-Present)
Luck's spouse, Nicole was also the gymnastic captain while Luck was a football player. She is also a Czech former national champion gymnast. She currently serves as a producer for TV network NBC.
Nicole Pechanec was born in New Jersey to Czech Republican parents; mother Yvette and father, Tomas. She comes from a family with an athletic background. Her mother was a star gymnast while her father sailed for the Czechs in the Europa and Fin classes and later competed at the U.S. nationals after moving to the United States.
Expecting Their First Child
As of now, Luck and his wife Nicole Pechanec, are expecting their first child. Luck said WTHR he is "really excited, but terrified."
The couple is often spotted in public place and parties; they are happy in their relationship.
He has a standing height of 6 feet and 4 inches, and his total body weight is 109 kg.
Andrew Luck Social Networking Sites
Unfortunately, Luck is inactive in social sites such as Twitter and Instagram. However, he has been the topic of a parody Twitter account named Capt. Andrew Luck in the beginning in December 2019. The tweets report on Luck's profession using the language of a Civil War soldier writing home.
Additionally, an avid reader, Luck, has an Instagram page albookclub. The bio of an Instagram page says, "The mission of the Andrew Luck Book Club is to share my joy of reading and to build a team of readers by engaging through social media."
Andrew Luck Short Bio
Andrew Luck was born as Andrew Austen Luck on 12 September 1989, to American parents, Oliver Luck and Kathy Wilson Luck. He was born and raised in Washington, DC, the United States. He is an American by his nationality, and his ethnicity is white, and his star sign is Virgo.
His father Oliver is a former football quarterback who has also served as a GM of two teams before working as a commissioner and executive vice president for regulatory affairs at the NCAA.
Andrew has three siblings; two sisters named Mary Ellen and Emily, and a brother named Addison. He joined The American School in London for his primary education in London and was a fan of soccer. He then attended Stratford High School after his family shifted to Texas where he started playing football. He was recruited by Stanford where he developed himself as one of the highly-rated NFL targets.
Andrew Luck Professional Career
In the 2011 Draft, he was unanimously projected as the top prospect for the 2012 NFL Draft. By midseason, Pauline described him as "the best quarterback since Peyton Manning" in 1998. He officially signed a four-year contract with the Indianapolis on July 19, 2012.
He got his first career win in the NFL and did this by completing his first game-winning drive reigning MVP, Aaron Rodgers.
Awards and Honors:
- 3× Pro Bowl (2012–2014)
- Maxwell Award (2011)
- NFL passing touchdowns leader (2014)
- 2× First-team All-American (2010, 2011)
- 2× Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year (2010, 2011)
- 2× First-team All-Pac-12 (2010, 2011)
On 24th August 2019, Luck announced his retirement from the NFL.