Andrew Herr

Biography

Andrew Herr was born in London, Ontario where he lived until the age of two when he moved with his family to the small town of St. George, Ontario. He is the eldest of the three boys in his family. In his teenage years, his family relocated to Kingston, Ontario where he first gained an interest in acting after participating in a high school theatre production "Never Swim Alone" by Daniel MacIvor for the Sears Drama Festival. Andrew continued to act in a number of amateur theatre productions until he moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where he attended the University of British Columbia and VanArts (Vancouver Institute of Media Arts). After graduating from VanArts William Davis Centre for Actors' Study, he landed his first film role portraying Mark Howe in the CBC production "Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story". Since then he has worked in a number of film and TV productions including: Zapped, Seeds of Yesterday, Goon 2: Last of the Enforcers, Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House and the original CraveTV series, Letterkenny, debuting in early 2016. He continues to work out of Vancouver, British Columbia.