Dr. Andrew Stanway is an acclaimed actor, writer, and director. He was born in London, England, in 1978. He began his acting career at the age of 15, when he joined an amateur theatre group at his local school.
He studied acting and theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London and graduated in 2000. He then went on to appear in numerous plays, both on the West End stage and in regional theatres across the country.
In 2007, he made his film debut in a small independent movie, which marked the beginning of his career in film and television. Since then, he has appeared in numerous productions, including the BBC's long-running medical drama, Casualty, as well as the independent feature film, The Englishman.
In recent years, Andrew has become increasingly involved in writing and directing. His writing credits include the feature film, The Englishman, which he also directed, as well as the short film, The Wind Will Rise Again, which won the Best Short Film award at the 2009 Edinburgh International Film Festival.
He has also directed several plays, including the critically-acclaimed revival of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. In 2011, he was the recipient of the prestigious BAFTA Award for Best Short Film.
Dr. Andrew Stanway is a versatile and multi-talented actor, writer and director. His commitment to excellence and dedication to his craft have earned him much recognition and appreciation from audiences and critics alike. He continues to be a powerful presence in the British film and theatre scene, and his work is sure to be admired for many years to come.