in early 1960's) in
Height: 6'2" (188cm)
He's a highly skilled horse
rider/jumper and showed (shows?) Appaloosa horses in his
spare time. He plays the guitar (as demonstrated on ACP),
sings fairly well, juggles, plays cricket, and golfs (a
bit of trivia: he apparently couldn't golf very well when
he first started on ACP and required a stand-in for
tricky golf shots).
|Send fan mail to:
c/o RGM Associates - Melbourne
Level 1, 117 Rouse Street
Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207
Andrew was hired to play
Harry Morrison on "A Country Practice" two
months after he graduated from the National Institute of
Dramatic Art (NIDA).
Warrick Janssen on "Blue Heelers" (ep
253 "Be Prepared", aired Nov 24/99) [the
following description is exerpted from the Channel
Seven web site]
"...Jack finds Gary Scully dangling in
a net up a tree on the Janssen property, the
victim of a crude but effective man trap and
saves him...The Heelers talk to the Janssens
about the mantrap and learn the family has been
zealous in their Y2K preparations. The family
expects the worst case scenario and has secured
their property like a fortress and stored ample
provisions should they need to isolate themselves
from a community starved of essential services.
The Janssens do their best to persuade Tom that
their survivalist approach to the century's end
is no more unreasonable than the measures taken
by emergency services. Their assurances fool no
one however when the Janssen's son reacts
violently to Jack's attempts to study his
threatening pocket knife. Tom worries that the
town is working itself into a state of panic when
a local tries to register an antique gun to
protect himself, a collector's machine gun is
stolen and Gary Scully becomes a target for stray
bullets while wandering near the Janssen's
property. Ben goes out to check on the Janssen
family but is bailed up by the mother when she
learns the Heelers have contacted the welfare
services about their children. One of the
children escapes as the situation escalates out
of control and the Heelers arrive to find the
family armed and ready to protect its own at all
costs..." [thanks to Bree for letting me
know about this appearance]
(eps 3146 to 3276) - Mike Healy was
a divorced lecturer at Erinsborough University.
He became Libby Kennedy's boyfriend until she
found out he was still seeing his ex-wife (who
became pregnant with his second child).
Det. Sergeant David Hubbard "State
1.9/1.10, "Conflict of Interest") *
Stephen Audrey on "Halifax
f.p.: Cradle and All"
Joel Willis (a rodeo rider) on "Blue
Heelers" (3rd season, ep 100/101 "A
Fair Crack of the Whip")
Mace on "State Coroner"
James Forster on "Law of the Land"
Pony Tail on "FEDS - Suspects"
Dr. Harry Morrison on "A Country
Practice" (second series,
on Channel 10)
to 1993: Dr.
Harry Morrison on
(original series, eps 817 to 1058)
Roo in "Kidstakes" (with MTC -- the
Melbourne Theatre Company)
Macduff in "Macbeth" (with the Grin and
Tonic Theatre Group)
Jackie/Brother Basher in "Over the Top with
Jim" (with the Brisbane International
Kipps in "The Woman in Black" (with Vic
Detective John Mainsbridge in "Frenchman's
[plot summary from IMDB -- "An
Australian woman's car breaks down in the
country, and when she goes to get help, she's
whisked back in time to 1944 and witnesses a
murder. Returning to her car, time reverts to
normal, but unable to convince anyone of her
story, she investigates the crime herself."]
Andrew's character was a detective investigating
the woman's interest in the old murder case. The
movie itself was typical 80's B-movie type stuff
Tex (Sweden) -- A
couple are driving in the outback and come across
a kangaroo lying down, possibly hurt or even
dead. The man (Andrew) gets out and puts his coat
around the 'roo while his wife takes nice little
touristy snapshhots of him. It starts to rain so
they race back to the 4WD (as the kangaroo jumps
up and runs off as well). That's when they
discover that they don't have the keys...which
are in his coat pocket...which is still on the
kangaroo and very quickly heading out of sight.
Very cute ad (and maybe two words of
English dialogue max).
(Australia) -- In
this commercial, Andrew played a blind man who,
with his trusty guide dog (played by none other
than Kane, the blue heeler who was Ian McIntyre's
dog in the second ACP series) finds a car near a
pier or dock. He gets into the car, instructing the
dog to bark once for left and twice for right. He
then proceeds to drive erratically around the
dock, swerving appropriately whenever the dog
barks his instructions. All of sudden you hear
three barks from the dog, followed by Andrew's
voice saying "Three barks?! You never said
anything about three barks" and a splash.
Very cute ad as well. It's shown periodically on
those "best commercials in the world"
compilation TV shows.
|Sources: ACP 10th Birthday magazine, IMDB
(items marked with a red *), first hand observation, and
various private sources. Photo of Andrew to the right of
the Television section is used here with the permission
of Noel Baxendale, owner of the Neighbours Worldwide web site, and may not be
used on any other web site. The address given above is placed
here with the permission of the agent -- do not post it anywhere
else without first obtaining permission
from said agent via snail mail (do not phone, email, or
fax them). As
is the case everywhere on this site, nothing can be
removed from this page to use on another web site without
permission -- email me if you have an inquiry.