Andrew studied law before turning to drama, gaining a Graduate Diploma at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and then playing many lawyers and policemen (currently at Detective Inspector level), as well as working for firms such as Eversheds and Ashurst Morris Crisp.
In corporate development, he has designed and run presentation-skills courses for City law firm Edge Ellison, voice-coaching schemes for BBC TV News, written and performed interactive scenarios all over the world for BP, Rolls Royce and Google. Andrew has also adapted, designed and performed Shakespeare’s Henry V as a leadership module.
Theatre includes Stoppard’s The Real Thing in the West End, Coward’s The Vortex for Manchester Library, tours of Macbeth, Tales of Toad Hall and The Third Man. TV includes Law & Order, Eastenders, Dr Who, Hollyoaks, Poirot, Birds of a Feather, the Bill, The New Statesman, Bergerac, Supergran, Strike it Rich, Starhunter, The Cry and Keen Eddie. Films include Bronson, Icognito and Duel of Hearts. He’s written Doctors for BBC TV, written and directed The Calling for Green Room Theatre and written and narrated Losing Antarctica for Montagne Jeunesse.