Football Star Now a Successful Hollywood Actor
updated January 15,
Born and raised
in Montreal, Quebec, Andrew started performing in his elementary school's
drama program and began landing professional roles by age 14. At 16,
he starred in the Canadian television series Student Bodies, but his
primary focus was landing a football scholarship to attend college
in the U.S. An injury dashed those plans, so he turned his focus solely
Soon, Andrew landed
a role as Prince William on the Robin Hood-based television series
Back to Sherwood, followed by a starring role for two seasons on the
comedy series Radio Active. With his success in Canada encouraging
a move to Los Angeles, Andrew landed his first American television
series role soon after he arrived, that of Rick in The WB television
series Maybe It's Me. Shortly after, he scored a series regular role
on the hit WB show Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
Andrew made his
feature film debut in the Frank Oz-directed crime drama The Score,
starring Robert De Niro, Ed Norton, Marlon Brando and Angela Bassett.
He also played the lead role opposite Angie Everhart in the feature
film Wicked Minds, which was shot in his hometown of Montreal.