Howard Andrew (born 1934) is an American poker player, best known for his success at the 1976 World Series of Poker (WSOP). He has participated in the WSOP Main Event each year since 1974, the longest such streak of any player.
Andrew won "both The Horseshoe's Businessmen's and Preliminary Hold-Em tournaments in 1976", earning him two bracelets in consecutive days. The 1978 WSOP Media Guide called him "one of the World Series of Poker's most formidable non-pros", an industrial engineer with "a daredevil reputation. If an award were given out to the player who shoved all his chips to the center of the pot most often, he'd probably win it."
Andrew has finished in the money in other events at the WSOP, including an 8th-place finish at the 1984 World Series of Poker main event, which earned him $26,400, the same share won by 7th-placed Mike Allen and 9th-placed Rusty La Page.
Andrew's live tournament winnings exceed $675,000.