Andrew Shue is an American actor best known for his role as Billy Campbell in 192 episodes of Melrose Place, from 1992-1998.
Shue began his screen acting career in the 1984 hit film The Karate Kid, although he was not credited in the movie. His next three films also went uncredited, making American Shaolin in 1991 his first credited role.
Next he appeared in an episode of The Wonder Years, just a few months before his appearance in the pilot episode of Melrose Place.
During his run on Melrose Place, Shue appeared in a made-for-TV movie (Gulf City in 1993), and in the 1997 feature film The Rainmaker, based on the novel by John Grisham.
When Melrose Place ended in 1998 Shue left the acting business to form his own company called ClubMom, in 1999. ClubMom is a "mom-to-mom social network", which today boasts over three million members.
Shue makes a return to the big screen in June 2007, appearing in the movie Finding Gracie.