Andrew Sellon Biography

 
Birth Place:
Cambridge, MA
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Andrew is a professional actor, playwright, lyricist, and voiceover artist living in the NY area with his husband, Tim. Andrew's NY/Regional credits include: the "Cheers Live on Stage" national tour (autumn 2016-spring 2017), Charlie in "The Foreigner" (Matt Lenz, director; Carbonell Nomination: ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Cambridge, MA

Bio:
Andrew is a professional actor, playwright, lyricist, and voiceover artist living in the NY area with his husband, Tim. Andrew's NY/Regional credits include: the "Cheers Live on Stage" national tour (autumn 2016-spring 2017), Charlie in "The Foreigner" (Matt Lenz, director; Carbonell Nomination: ... (read more)

Andrew is a professional actor, playwright, lyricist, and voiceover artist living in the NY area with his husband, Tim. Andrew's NY/Regional credits include: the "Cheers Live on Stage" national tour (autumn 2016-spring 2017), Charlie in "The Foreigner" (Matt Lenz, director; Carbonell Nomination: Best Actor), Vanya in "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" (Peter Amster, director), Jim Casy in "The Grapes of Wrath" (Michael Edwards, director), Canon O'Byrne in "Philadelphia, Here I Come!" (Frank Galati, director), the Fool in "King Lear" (Stephen Burdman, director), Vladimir in "Waiting for Godot" (Mark Nash, director), Clown in "The 39 Steps" (Peter Amster, director), all 35 roles in "I Am My Own Wife" (Sara Lampert Hoover, director). Film/TV: Begin Again, Smurfs, Mamarosh, Blacklist, Mysteries of Laura, Divorce (autumn 2016), Emily2410 (2017). MFA (Acting): UNC-Chapel Hill; BA cum laude (English): Harvard. He is currently exploring venues to present his new 75-minute solo play, "Through the Looking-Glass Darkly," about Lewis Carroll, Alice, and the writing of the classic "Alice" books. And he recently released his first audiobook voiceover, Kevin A. Hall's remarkable autobiography, "Black Sails, White Rabbits; Cancer Was the Easy Part," which is available now on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.