Condensed final vers Wolf Jan 2010

Andrew trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (2000 to 2002).

Film and television credits include Torchwood and Poirot for BBC, and  Whistleblower, Bafta nominated  Elizabeth David A Life In Recipes, The Real Great Escape and The King’s Beard for ITV. Feature films Backwater and Dead Cat (due for release Summer 2010) and short films Lost (BBC) and The Wrong Sea (National Film School).

Theatre credits include most recently Squire Squigley/King of Gooseland in Mother Goose at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, The Picture of Dorian Gray (European Tour) Measure for Measure, Richard III and Titus Andronicus (Royal Shakespeare Company), The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night and King Lear (Creation),1:60:3600 (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Treasure Island and Grimm Tales (Tobacco Factory), Killer Joe (Bristol Old Vic), Christmas Carol (Trafalgar Studios), Bloody Sunday: The Saville Enquiry (Tricycle), Macbeth (Lord Chamberlain’s Men), Jeffrey Archer’s Prison Diaries – Hell (Underbelly Edinburgh), The Little Years (Orange Tree), Tea & Sympathy, Young Woodley and The Lady’s Not for Burning (Finborough), Shooting With Parsley (Royal Geographic Society), Habitats (Gate), Rebecca, Hayfever, While The Sun Shines, The Gentle Hook, Living Together, and See How They Run (Sidmouth).

Radio credits include Under Milkwood, A Letter to Flanders, White Feathers, Through The Dark, Haunted and Bless ‘em All and most recently Blackaby, the Butler in Wireless’ Springheel’d Jack Saga.

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