Andrew Carter currently resides in Los Angeles, California. A Chicago native, Andrew is an Associate Artist with TimeLine Theatre Company, where he played Robert Lyon in the Chicago premiere of The Pitmen Painters directed by BJ Jones (2012 Equity Jeff Award: Best Production.) Also at TimeLine, he has been seen as David Frost in the critically acclaimed Chicago premiere of Frost/Nixon (dir. Louis Contey); the pivotal role of Irwin in the long-running hit The History Boys (dir. Nick Bowling – 2010 Equity Jeff Awards: Best Production, Best Ensemble); This Happy Breed (dir. Nick Bowling – 2004 Non-Equity Jeff Awards: Best Production, Best Ensemble); and Pravda (dir. Louis Contey.)
He also appeared in hit productions of Hot L Baltimore (dir. David Cromer); Romeo in Romeo & Juliet (dir. Randy White); Rose Rage (dir. Edward Hall); Short Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (dir. Gary Griffin); A Dublin Bloom (dir. Matt O’Brien); and It’s a Wonderful Life: Live at the Biograph! (dir. Marty Higgenbotham.)
Most recently, Andrew appeared in The Internationalist, as part of Steppenwolf Theatre's Next Up festival of plays.
Television credits include NBC’s Chicago Fire and a recurring role on Starz’ Boss starring Kelsey Grammer.
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