Andrew Henry | Biography

Andrew is an alumni from the School at Steppenwolf in Chicago. Theatre credits include Treat in Lyle Kessler's Orphans directed by Anthony Gooley, The Howie Lee in Howie The Rookie by Mark O'Rowe directed by Toby Schmitz which earned Andrew a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Actor in an independent production; C.S Lewis in Freuds Last Session at QPAC directed by Adam Cook, Douglas in Europe by Michael Gow, Andrew was nominated for a Sydney Theatre award for best supporting actor in an independent production for his role as Chris Keller in All My Sons by Arthur Miller at the Eternity Playhouse directed by Iain Sinclair and he won the Glug Award for this performance. Other theatre credits include Victor Frankenstein in Nick Dears adaptation of Frankenstein which toured nationally and was directed by Mark Kilmurry, the Australian premiere of Reasons to be Pretty by Neil Labute, directed by James Beach, The Schelling Point directed by Sarah Goodes and The Chronic-ills of Robert Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan directed by Lucinda Gleeson. 

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