Most recently has been recording on various film soundtracks, notably, the 2019 versions of Dumbo and Aladdin. He can also be heard on the movie soundtrack Last Christmas.
Andrew was one of the featured singers on the 'Kevin and Karen' live dance show which toured the country last year.
He also performed with Adele at Wembley Stadium on her final tour.
Andrew appeared on Britain's Got Talent with his singing group Band Of Voices and they got through to the live semi finals!
Andrew began singing in the church choir when he was eight years old, and was chosen to sing at Westminster Abbey where he was a Chorister for three years. At the same time he started learning the Violin, Piano and Guitar.
Andrew’s professional career began about twenty five years ago when he was offered a part in FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE for Cameron Mackintosh. He went on to play the role of Kenickie in GREASE, whilst understudying the role of Danny, which he played on numerous occasions. This was where he met his wife Nikki. Other West End shows he has appeared in include SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ, BOMBAY DREAMS, NOTRE DAME DE PARIS and PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED.
Andrew’s most recent West End Credit saw him playing the role of Nathan Detroit in GUYS and DOLLS where he took over from Patrick Swayze. He was also in the concert production of CHESS at The Royal Albert Hall alongside Josh Groban and Idina Menzel, which was recorded for television.
Andrew is also a session singer and has vast recording experience and can be heard on many albums including Will Young’s Friday’s Child, albums for Robbie Williams and the original cast album of Bombay Dreams, the concept album of Love Never Dies. Most recently, he recorded backing vocals on the Elvis album with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Film soundtracks include Mamma Mia 2, Shrek 2, Troy, Bee Movie, Transformers, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters Vs Aliens, Alice In Wonderland, Puss In Boots, Kung Fu Panda 2 & 3, Dark Shadows, Alice Through the Looking Glass and many more.
As a soloist, Andrew regularly sings with the country's finest orchestras all around the country and is a regular guest singer with Clare Teal from Radio 2.
Television work includes Eastenders, Casualty and two Royal Variety Performances.
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