Andreas Brandy is a New York Stanislavski trained actor. Born Andreas Brandy Archontakis in Bonningheim, Germany. The son of a projector man Gus Archontakis and housewife Anthoula Petropolis, is also heir to the late Andreas Archontakis Movie Theater C.
E.O. from Crete, Greece. Andreas grew up in Clearwater, Fl and loved drama while attending Countryside High School. In his late teen years Andreas moved to Hells Kitchen in New York and worked at venues like CBJB helping Heavy Metal bands set up on stage to support himself.
Most of his free time went to studying Shakespeare Intensive at the Gramercy Park Studios in Manhattan. In his early twenties Andreas moved to Chicago and trained as a boxer at Windy City Gym. 1997 Andreas moved to Los Angeles and continued his acting studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse learning Acting, Attitude & Administration with his first acting coach Milton Katsalas.
Community theater work includes the musclebound toy boy "Rocky The Creature" in the musical "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" performing to a sold out audience over a thousand in attendance at the Polk Theater in Lakeland, Florida.
Andreas was also cast in the hit musical "The Full Monty" performing on weekends two months straight of sold out shows at the CWP Theater, Tampa, Fl.. In 2018 Andreas moved back to Manhattan to start his audition process for The Actors Studio which he performed Biff in Tennessee Williams "Death of a Salesman".
In 2018 Andreas landed a leading role in a Paranormal Activity type film "Polterheist" in a Tampa, Fl Indie film which was an official selection at the prestigious Sunscreen Film Festival. In 2018 Andreas resides in New York and is cast in three Shakespeare productions performing Pistol in "Henry 1V", Flute in "Midsummer Night's Dream and William in "As You Like It" in Shakespeare's Greatest Hits' directed by Shakespearean acting teacher Dee O'Brien.
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