Andrew began his training at the Oxford School of Drama in 2005. After completing their Foundation course he auditioned for Bournemouth University where he studied Performing Arts and Contemporary Theatre Practice. His third year was spent at The University of Winchester studying Drama Studies after which he went on to train at the prestigious Arts Educational Schools for his Masters in Acting.
After graduating in 2010, Andrew has worked on several short film projects, a good handful of fringe plays and a pilot for a new interactive TV series. He also performed a sell out one man show at the Bush Theatre and Theatre 503 titled Lovec@t which was called ‘a truly remarkable one-man show of depth and heart.’ (Tiffany Stoneman: A Younger Theatre) which he is set to do again at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Andrew’s most recent role was a mischievous third wheel called Vince in Gangsters of Love at the Charing Cross Theatre which was the first production from newly established theatre company ‘A Friend of A Friend Theatre’.
He has just come back from pilot season in LA where he was part of an intensive workshop at the TVI Actors Studio and is hoping to work in Film, Television and Musical Theatre later this year. People he auditioned for include Harold Augenstein, Breanna Bell, Sunny Boling, Erin Connor, Rob D’Avola, Zora DeHorter, Brad Diffley, Tony Ferrar, Dean Fronk, Pam Gilles, Gwen Hillier, Joel Kleinman, Gerry Koch, James Levine, Tony Martinez, Mimi Mayer, Nancy Moon, Meg Morman, T.J. Stein and Chadwick Struck.
Andrew’s latest appearance was at the Battersea Arts Centre as part of the Page to Stage rehearsed reading night where he played a slick young investment banker named Barnaby as part of a three hander scene.