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Andrew’s first theatrical appearance came at age 3 as a bandit in Don Quixote and a firefighter in an adaptation of Othello. His formal training as began at age 5 with private lessons with Lisa Jensen-Hengstler at Stage Polaris in Edmonton, AB. He naturally took to creating characters and telling stories and was frequently involved with local creators like Garner Butler and The Alberta Opera Touring Company. He continued his stage education with stints at The Citadel Theatre‘s Foote Theatre School and performed musical theatre solos at dance competitions multiple times per year. His interest in theatre culminated in attending an acting program at the University of Lethbridge in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Since graduating with a BFA Dramatic Arts in Theatre (Performance), Andrew has been seen on stages around Canada and on radios and televisions in North America. He has appeared in numerous plays– most notably in Centennial, an original play written and directed by Sharon Pollock, and in Theatre Calgary’s The Tempest under the direction of Stratford veterans Dianne D’aquila and Haysam Kadri, several American docudramas, independent films, and television and radio advertisements, most notably for Rogers Sportsnet and Angry Orchard Hard Cider in a series of humourous commercials. In addition to his professional success, he continues to train with notable Canadian and American theatre artists such as Rebecca Northan and her Spontaneous Theatre Ensemble, as well as Michael Gellman and Process Theatre. Andrew’s favourite role to date was playing the Tony-award-winning role of Gary Peter Lefkowitz in a 2015 production of I Hate Hamlet (directed by Michelle Brandenburg) for Morpheus Theatre.