Andrew Garfield is a young adult human male, with dark brown hair, that poofs up at the top of his head. He has a big nose and a long neck. He also appears to be quite tall.
He wears a light blue collared shirt, a dark green sweater over it, dark brown blue pants, white socks, and brown loafers.
In Prickly-Muffin Todd accidentally breaks BoJack's bed, and the two head out to buy a new one. At a furniture store, BoJack is reunited with Sarah Lynn, as she is out shopping with her boyfriend Andrew Garfield.
Andrew takes the opportunity, to break up with Sarah Lynn, on the spot. He claims he doesn't know who she is anymore since she has become unsuccessful and that breaking up in public would prevent her from making a scene.
Sarah Lynn promptly swallows an entire bottle full of pills, stabs herself with a bayonet in anger, and defecates on a sofa made from a reclaimed propeller. She is taken to a hospital and rehab center by BoJack.
In Later, it is shown that Andrew was originally cast over BoJack, for the titular role in Secretariat. Andrew is ultimately chosen over BoJack, due to his age difference, and the prospect of having a big name attached to the film.
BoJack gets a call while attending the party by the Secretariat movie director Kelsey Jannings, asking him to play the role of Secretariat since Andrew Garfield severely injured himself by entering Todd and Mr. Peanutbutter's Halloween Store that had its floor removed.
- In the series, he is stated to like lasagna and hate Mondays, like the titular character from the comic strip Garfield—which may be a play on his last name.
- He dated Sarah Lynn in Season 1, he breaks up with her, causing her to have an emotional meltdown at the mall. She impales herself and defecates on a couch.
- He is injured in Later, where he is seen in the hospital, with Sarah Lynn comforting him, presumably having gotten back together with him.
- A consequence of a famous person, refusing to portray their animated counterpart, in the BoJack Universe is some bad fortune will fall on their cartoon selves—this is an example of this happening.