| Dunn School|| Businessman|
| Andrew Rork Getty|
1 July 1967 (1967-07-01) San Francisco, California, U.S.
University of Southern California
New York University
Businessman, film director, philanthropist
J. Paul Getty (paternal grandfather)
Ann Rork Light (paternal grandmother)
Sam E. Rork (paternal great-grandfather)
March 31, 2015, Los Angeles, California, United States
Nicolette Getty, Gordon Peter Getty, Jr., William Paul Getty, John Gilbert Getty, Kendalle Getty, Alexandra Getty
John Paul Getty III, Mark Getty, Aileen Getty, Ariadne Getty, Tara Gabriel Galaxy Gramophone Getty
Gordon Getty, J Paul Getty, John Paul Getty III, John Paul Getty - Jr, Ann Rork
J. Paul Getty, Ann Rork
Ann Gilbert, Gordon Getty
Andrew Getty Wikipedia
Andrew Rork Getty (July 1, 1967– March 31, 2015) was an American oil heir, businessman, film director and philanthropist.
Andrew Rork Getty was born in 1967 in San Francisco, California. His father, Gordon Getty, is an heir and classical music composer. His mother, Ann Gilbert Getty, is a philanthropist. His paternal grandfather, J. Paul Getty, was the founder of the Getty Oil Company.
Getty was educated at the Dunn School, a prep school in California. He then attended the University of Southern California and New York University.
Getty was the President of A. Rork Investment Inc., an investment vehicle. He was the manager of Rork Productions, a production company.
In 2002, Getty started filming The Storyteller starring Frederick Koehler, Sean Patrick Flanery, Brianna Brown, Dina Meyer and others. The film was eventually released under the title The Evil Within in 2017, 15 years after the project started and two years after Getty's death.
Getty made charitable contributions to the paleontology department of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Getty resided in a historic mansion formerly owned by composer Miklos Rozsa on Montcalm Avenue in the Hollywood Hills. He was a recluse. Two weeks prior to his death, he filed a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend Lanessa DeJonge.
Getty died at 47 on March 31, 2015. His body was found by his ex-girlfriend, Lanessa DeJonge. An ulcer was suspected in the intestinal bleeding that killed him. His personal assistant said Getty had complained of stomach pain in the two months beforehand. The Los Angeles county coroner ruled the death accidental, with methamphetamine use and heart disease as contributing factors.