Andrew Sabiston

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Andrew Sabiston
Born Andrew Sabiston
(1965-02-08) February 8, 1965 (age 49)
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 1981 – present

Andrew Sabiston (born February 8, 1965 in Victoria, British Columbia) is a Canadian actor, theatre and television writer, and lyricist.[1][citation needed] He went to St. Michaels University School in Victoria, British Columbia, graduating in 1982.[citation needed] After graduating he starred as Tom Edison on the Nelvana educational series The Edison Twins. He wrote the lyrics and co-authored with composer Timothy Williams the book for the musical Napoleon which was first produced in 1994 at The Elgin Theatre in Toronto.[2] It was subsequently produced in 2000 at The Shaftesbury Theatre in London. In 2009 a new version, with a new book and several new musical numbers was first presented in concert at TIF Theatre.[3][4] Other lyric writing credits include, for film and television, Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure[5] and Strawberry Shortcake: Seaberry Beach Party.[6]

Since 1984 he has been an animation voice actor with many episodes of television animation, as well as feature films.[7] Leading roles in animation and other-format television series include The Amazing Spiez!,[8] Bo on the Go!,[9] Toot & Puddle,[10] Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs,[11] What It's Like Being Alone,[12] Little Bear,[13] Polka Dot Shorts,[14] and Droids.[15]

In 2007 he began writing scripts for various television series, such as Lunar Jim,[16] Turbo Dogs,[17] Bo on the Go!,[18] and Animal Mechanicals.[19]

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  2. ^ Mel Atkey (2006) Broadway North Natural Heritage Books pages 26,221,223,224,248,265 ISBN 1-897045-08-5
  3. ^ "Welcome to Talk Is Free Theatre – Barrie, Ontario". Tift.ca. Retrieved September 11, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Napoleon, 1994 Canadian Musical, Gets New Concert in Ontario; Adam Brazier Stars". Playbill. Retrieved September 11, 2011. 
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