Fedor Andreev is the son of Marina Zueva, an ice dancing coach/choreographer. At his tender age of seven, Andreev immigrated to Canada along with his family.
Andreev began his career as a skater with the club, "Minato Skating" in Ottawa, Ontario. During the time, he won several medals on the Junior Grand Prix circuit and most notably the junior national champions.
Later in 2000, he moved to Michang with his mother and did skating up to the senior ranks in 2001-2; during the time he won titles such as bronze medal at the Nebelhorn Trophy, third-place at the 2003 Canadians nationals, coached by Richard Callaghan.
He then considered switching to pair skating alongside, Jennifer Kirk. Further, his recurring injuries kept him away from the ice-skating.
Fedor made a comeback to the competition in 2007-2008 seasons, under the guidance of the coach, Callaghan in Detroit. Notably became 8th at the 2008 Canadian Championships.
Respectively, Andreev placed 9th at the 2009 Canadian Championship. However, because of his paperwork of changing his country affiliation to Azerbaijan, in an Attempt to represent that country at the 2009's World Championship, he was disqualified to competing.
Similarly, Andreev was disqualified for the second time in the 2009-2010 seasons to compete at the European as well as world championships.
In addition, he made his debut at the Golden Spin of Zagtreb and also competed in 2011's Russian Nationals along with partner, Jana Khokhloval; achieved the fifth position.
As of now, Andreev is working at Boston Consulting Group and also modeled for Abercrombie & Fitch.
Talking about his personal life, Andreev engaged to Meryl Davis, an American ice dancer. Looking at his financial condition Andreev’s net worth should be in over a million of dollars.