Andrew Brian Carter is an actor/writer/director/editor/graphic designer residing in Los Angeles, California. His sarcastic hipsters, foolish foreigners, and sleazy conmen have faced off against George Lopez, Kat Dennings & Beth Behrs, Joe Montegna & Paget Brewster, Nathan Fillion & Stana Katic, Dania Ramirez & Santino Fontana, Hannah Simone & Max Greenfield, and many other major players in Hollywood.
Television credits include roles on Are You Sleeping (Apple); 2 Broke Girls (CBS); New Girl (Fox); Marvel's Agent Carter (ABC); Lopez (TVLAND); Criminal Minds (CBS); Fresh Off the Boat (ABC); Castle (ABC); Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET); Pretty Little Liars (Freeform); The Young & the Restless (CBS); Sam & Cat (Nickelodeon); Chicago Fire (NBC); Boss (Starz). Film credits include Off the Menu (Jay Silverman Productions), Your Husband is Mine (Cartel Productions); A PERFECT FIT (Lofty Thoughts Entertainment); Ernst Richter's Patented Inescapable Gripzange Hold (BallerHouse Productions); Another Round (Barrel Aged Productions), The Scroll of Morlok (MORLOK MOVIES) and Very Grave Robbers (Ballerhouse Productions).
He wrote, directed, & stars in the upcoming short film A Perfect Fit.
He is the co-creator of the web series Welcome to Splitsville.
He also was an anchor for The Onion's weekly ONNCasts.
He was a contributing writer on the popular web series CTRL ALT DELETE.
Andrew Doubled his fun in moving arts’ production of Bliss (Or Emily Post is Dead!), playing the self-proclaimed Divine Diety Apollo, and the lovelorn, pill-dispensing Doctor Tom Smith. Learn more about the production here.
After a sold out run in 2017 of Die Mommie Die! at Celebration Theatre in Los Angeles, Andrew returned to the role of Tony Parker in the remounted version as part of Center Theatre Group's Block Party 2018. The show played May 10-20, 2018 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
Other LA theatre appearances include No Wake (Route 66 Theatre Company/VS. Theatre); LA Times Critic's Pick Around the World in 80 Days (Actor's Co-Op); and performances as the title role in the world premiere The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll (Theatre@Boston Court).
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 (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; the pivotal role of Irwin in the long-running hit The History Boys (2010 Equity Jeff Awards: Best Production, Best Ensemble); Pravda (2005); This Happy Breed (2004 Non-Equity Jeff Awards: Best Production, Best Ensemble).
Andrew appeared in The Internationalist, as part of Steppenwolf Theatre's Next Up festival of plays. He also appeared in hit productions of Yentl (dir. Gordon Greenberg); Fallen Angels (dir. Peter Amster); Once in a Lifetime (dir. Mark Rucker); Hot L Baltimore (dir. David Cromer); Romeo in Romeo & Juliet (dir. Randy White); Rose Rage (dir. Edward Hall); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (dir. Gary Griffin); It’s a Wonderful Life: Live at the Biograph! (dir. Marty Higgenbotham); A Dublin Bloom (dir. Matt O’Brien).
Andrew is the founder of ABC REELS, a full-service video editing & graphic design company, offering demo reels, trailers, posters, logos, and career coaching & branding.