Distinctive and bursting with Geordie charm.
Voice over credits:
- One of the main continuity announcers on ITV2
Andrew made his on screen debut at the tender age of 12 on the set of children’s drama series, Byker Grove. There, he played the role of bad boy Ben Carter for 7 series before leaving for London where he became a CBBC Presenter. Andrew hosted the afternoon slot on BBC1 for 3 years as well as presenting his own show, The UK Top 40 every Sunday evening on the CBBC Channel in connection with Radio 1.
Andrew has played the role of Freedom Fighter Jake Simmonds in Series 2 of Doctor Who where he battled the Cybermen in the episodes, ‘Rise of the Cybermen’ and ‘The Age of Steel’ before returning in the series finale to take on the Daleks in the episode, ‘Doomsday’. Andrew made his mark on the West End stage shortly after, playing Romeo in Shakespeare’s famous tragedy.
Andrew has starred in the AKT NOW campaign for The Albert Kennedy Trust, working alongside Sir Ian McKellen and Paul O’Grady among others in the hope of raising awareness for young, homeless LGBT people. Andrew has been a reporter for Channel 5’s ‘Live with Gabby’ and various TV appearances include Doctor Who specials of Weakest Link and Pointless Celebrities as well as a panelist on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. Andrew has been a regular presenter of The Hub on ITV’s This Morning.
Andrew starred in Cucumber on Channel 4 and sister series Banana on E4.
Andrew recently won the award for Celebrity Rising Star at the British LGBT Awards.