Andrew is a New York-based, British actor, award nominated audiobook narrator, voice-over artist and communications coach.
Regional work has taken him on tour in HAMLET for Notre Dame Shakespeare in which he played Horatio, Laertes, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. He was in CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park as ARTHUR de BOURGH. His off broadway work debuted with CORNELIUS at 59E59 Theaters and since then he has appeared as Tommy Todd in the Mint Theatre’s production of A A Milne’s THE LUCKY ONE as as well as THE PRICE OF THOMAS SCOTT also at the Mint. He’s appeared in staged readings at MTC, The Actors Studio, The Bruno Walter Theater Lincoln Centre, Mint Theatre, The Actors Studio, PROJECT SHAW, and a sell-out performance of Harold Pinter’s stage play of REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST at the 92nd St Y.
In the UK he has worked widely in theatre, radio and screen for companies such as the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre, Sheffield Crucible, Colchester Mercury, English Touring Theatre, Arcola theatre, Finborough Theatre.
Andrew also narrates audiobooks and has worked for publishers including Blackstone, Penguin Random House, Harper Collins. He was nominated for an AUDIE award in 2021 for the Penguin Random House novel HOW THE PENGUINS SAVED VERONICA
In his corporate work he coaches business people and public officials across all levels in effective and impactful communication, presentation and negotiation. As well as leading and running workshops in leadership and creativity.
He was born in Kent, UK and was educated at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.
SAG-AFTRA and AEA member & US Green card holder