Andrew Waller

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Andrew Waller
Occupation Film director
Years active 1996–present

Andrew Waller is an American film director. He has directed the films Taking Five and American Pie Presents: Beta House, both of which were released in 2007. Prior to directing, he worked as a photographer on the short films Liquid (2001), Hairless (2004) and Miracle Mile (2004). In 2005, he directed and wrote the short film Candy Paint. He also worked as a location assistant on the 1996 film Mr. Wrong starring Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Pullman.[1]

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  1. ^ Andrew Waller Movies & TV, The New York Times

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