Andrew Gordon has lived in Cleveland, OH for the last 17 years with his wife and two children after growing up in Western Massachusetts. He has always had a deep love of music in all styles and worked as a buyer for a large record chain in Boston before the digital age changed the course of the industry. He began acting as a way to have an activity to do with his then four year old daughter in local community theatre. For the past four years he has been working and training almost exclusively in film has been in films such as Maestro, The Enormity of Life, and the Dead Kid as well as TV shows such as Dark Waters and Dead of Night. In his free time, Andrew likes to spend his time running in the woods and is an accomplished ultra runner having completed several 100 mile races as well as the Ironman. In addition, Andrew is known to hate writing bios.
Why did I choose to be part of this project?
There are multiple reasons but it starts and ends with Marah. I found myself laughing out loud while reading the script which is a rarity for myself, especially given how dark of a comedy it is. I am especially excited to play Terry, Tamar’s father, he really requires a nuance to his lines and actions to pull off some of the words coming out of his mouth. And as far as ending with Marah? Having gotten to spend time working on the script with her and some of the other cast members, it is clear she has a sharp vision for her characters and film. She has given us immense freedom to play with the lines and our characters which makes working with her a joy.