During his 25+ year career, Andrew has appeared in theaters in New York and around the country, in award-winning films, on TV, and in numerous commercials.
In New York, Andrew has been seen Off-Broadway as Ethan in Jack Canfora’s Jericho (New York Times Critics’ Pick), in the world premiere of Acts of Love at the Kirk Theatre, and in TBTB’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. His one-man show Worker Bee, which he wrote and produced, was twice featured at PSNBC, the live performance space of NBC Television.
Andrew’s regional credits include THIS at TheaterWorks Hartford, Around the World in 80 Days and Bloody Blackbeard at Triad Stage in North Carolina, Mojo at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, the world premiere of Jericho at NJ Rep, I Hate Hamlet, Rounding Third, The Owl and the Pussycat, and A Thousand Clowns at the Bickford Theatre, Pentecost and Night and Day at Burning Coal Theatre Company, Barnum and Love’s Labour’s Lost at PCPA Theatrefest, and The Play’s the Thing and The Makropoulos Secret with Washington Stage Guild. Most recently, Andrew created the role of Andrew McCabe in the world premiere of The Source at NJ Rep.
Andrew starred in the multiple-award-winning romantic comedy short Ménage à Trois, picking up a Best Actor award at the 2005 Chicks with Flicks festival in NYC. The film also earned the Fiimmakers’ Favorite award at D.C. Shorts and the Best Short Film award at the Red Bank International Film Festival.
In the award-winning indie feature Bobby G. Can’t Swim, Andrew played Andy, one of the suburban yuppies who comes into New York to score a kilo of coke. The film won the Grand Jury prize at the Florida Film Festival and the New Directions and Best New Director prizes at the AFI Film Fest in Los Angeles. Bobby G. Can’t Swim is currently available on DVD after successful commercial runs in New York and Los Angeles, and has been seen on Showtime and The Movie Channel. Andrew also appears in the horror film Steve Niles’ Remains, which aired on the Chiller Network, and which is available on DVD and Blu-Ray. Andrew recently completed work on the indie feature film 39 and a Half, in which he plays a doctor who delivers some bad news.
Television audiences have seen Andrew on The Blacklist: Redemption, Luke Cage, Odd Mom Out, Law & Order:SVU, Gossip Girl, Law & Order, and All My Children, as well as in numerous commercials, most notably the ‘big hands’ spot for Yahoo! Personals. He shot the half-hour pilot presentation Domestic Bliss for director/producer Danny Salles and FOX television. He had a recurring role as Councilman Leonard on season 4 of Power on Starz.
In 2015, Andrew co-created and co-wrote the web series The Small Time with Jack Canfora. He stars in the series as hapless literary agent Ben Bernstein. The series also stars Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker – best known as Ann Kelsey and Stuart Markowitz from L.A. Law – as Ben’s successful self-help author parents. The pilot has garnered significant industry attention, winning the Webby Award in 2016 for Best Writing, Online Film & Video. The Webby Awards also recognized the pilot as an Official Honoree in the category of Comedy: Long Form or Series. The show won a Gold Award at the D.C. Web Fest in 2016, and was named “Best Web Series” at the 2016 Blackbird Film Festival. The Small Time has been an Official Selection at numerous film and web festivals, including FirstGlance Film Festal Los Angeles, Irvine International Film Festival, T.O. WebFest, SAG-AFTRA Short Film Showcase, and Katra Film Series. Most recently, the pilot was accepted as an Official Selection of the New York TV Festival for its flagship Independent Pilot Competition. Visit The Small Time’s website here.
A busy and in-demand voice over actor, Andrew has voiced nearly 400 promos and commericals.
Andrew holds an M.F.A. from the American Conservatory Theater’s Advanced Training Program and a B.A. in Drama from Duke University, where he trained under Robert Hobbs.