Why does Andy Milonakis' voice sound like he's 12 when he's really 29?

He actually 49. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/08/10/AR2005081002371_pf.html To quote Andy himself, it's the result of a "growth hormone problem." The answer above with the washingtonpost.com link is uncorrect though I recommend you use this link (the URL is slightly different): http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/08/10/AR2005081002371.html The Washington Post published the 4 page article, ''Who's the Comedian?'' about Andy fairly recently - August 11, 2005. It reveals lots of background info and includes quotes by Andy. On page 2 of the article you'll find this surprising bit of info: ''Milonakis is a former tech support staffer at a Manhattan accounting firm, and for a time he took improv classes in Manhattan in hopes of breaking into showbiz. His youthful appearance is neither an act nor a miracle of makeup. It's the result of a "growth hormone problem," as he told the New York Observer a couple years ago, when "Super Bowl Dumb Egg" went national. It is a problem he is reluctant to discuss. He does comedy, after all, and there's nothing amusing about a medical condition.'' Hardly sounds like the description of a preteen, does it? It doesn't take much time to do some ''real'' research and find ''real'' information regarding Mr. Milonakis rather than just swallowing the rumors. But either it is just easier to read posts on message boards or 'blogs than it is to check legit sources or some people just don't want to admit that they are wrong. You've now been provided with links to a credible source. Check out one of the links to the Post's article and see for yourself.