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His voice is familiar in the UK as he provides voice-overs for both television and radio advertising, as well as narration for documentaries.
His brother is a teacher and he went to school with him for a few weeks to research his part in “Teachers” (2001).
Apple Martin, the daughter of Coldplay’s Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow, served as a flower girl at his wedding.
His wife is the daughter of Ian Anderson, lead singer of the rock group Jethro Tull.
His father was a civil engineer.
His mother is South African.
Worked with London’s National Youth Theatre.
In 2004, Empire Magazine nominated Andrew for a Best Newcomer award for his performance as Mark in Richard Curtis’s film “Love Actually” (2003).
Andrew is a supporter of Shelter, the British charity for the homeless.
In 2001, Andrew went to Ghana for a month with Voluntary Services Overseas to experience how volunteers and development agencies work first hand.
Andrew was the best man at This Life co-star Jack Davenport’s wedding.
Andrew attended the filming of ITV’s An Audience with Elton John in 1997.
Andrew’s mother is South African. However, she left the country to escape its racist apartheid policies.
Andrew’s first television appearance was in 1994 when he guest starred in an episode of the Channel Four newsroom comedy “Drop The Dead Donkey.”