Andrew’s parents met at The Tavistock Theatre, London in a boy-scout / girl-guide gang-show pantomime; ‘Robinson Crusoe‘. His father was playing The Dame and his mother was in the chorus. With such an illustrious theatrical heritage it isn’t surprising that Andrew became an actor!

He was born in the Old Kent Road, grew up in leafy Kent and trained at Guildhall and with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.

He has travelled extensively in South East Asia; writing a book in Bangkok, starting a business in Vietnam, going Ayurvedic in Sri Lanka and getting shanghaied in Hong Kong!

This taste for global travel came from being part of two international theatre tours sponsored by British Airways. He played Victor in ‘Private Lives’ and Duane Wilson in ‘Harvey’.

Andrew is happily divorced and has two lovely children.