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Originally in the music industry, Andrew branched out into producing and financing personal endeavors of his life partner, makeup artist Damon Charles. In the early 1980s, Andrew along with other Hollywood insiders helped finance Damon to open a makeup training school teaching updated techniques that were so desperately needed in the entertainment ... See full bio »

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Known For

Saving Faces
Saving Faces Producer
Short Cuts
Short Cuts Bill Bush's Model


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 1991 The Damon Charles Total Rehydration System (Short) (executive producer)
 1982 Saving Faces (Short) (associate producer)
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 1993 Short Cuts
Bill Bush's Model (uncredited)
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 1982 Saving Faces (Short)
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 2001 Love Letters of a Lifetime (special thanks)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He performed in the ballet, "Swan Lake: The Garden of Eros," "Transfigured Night," and "Nutcracker Suite," in a London City Ballet production at the Peggy Ashcroft Theatre in Croydon, Surrey, England with Kim Miller, Marian St. Claire, Beverly Jane Fry, Jane Sanig, Stephen Sheriff, Steven Annergarn, Derek Deane, and Terry ... See more »

Did You Know?


In 2004 Andy and his life partner Damon told their cousin Michael Wray to go to an audition looking for contestants for a new reality show called Hell's Kitchen. Michael was the show's very first winner in 2005 and became known as the "tattooed chef".

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