|Full name||Andrew Owusu Ansah|
|Date of birth||19 March 1969|
|Place of birth||Lewisham, England|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|1994||→ Brentford (loan)||3||(1)|
|1995||→ Brentford (loan)||6||(1)|
|1997–1999||Brighton & Hove Albion||25||(3)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Andrew Owusu "Andy" Ansah (born 19 March 1969) is an English actor and former professional footballer.
He played for six Football League teams in his career, most notably Southend United, where he played 157 league games and scored 33 goals during the early to mid-1990s, when they played in the new Division One following two successive promotions at the beginning of the decade. Ansah left Southend in 1996, one year before they suffered the first of two successive relegations.
While working as an assistant on Wayne Rooney's Street Striker, he coined the term "unbelievable tekkers", which spurred Soccer A.M. to create a new segment showcasing a piece of skill from the week's football. In 2011, Ansah launched his debut fashion label "Tekkers" on the back of the success of the term "unbelievable tekkers" currently selling T-shirts and hoodies.
As an actor, he is known for portraying a player/assistant manager also named Andy Ansah on the fictional Harchester United football team on the television series Dream Team. In addition, he has served as a football consultant or football choreographer for other television series and films. This included choreographing the goal celebrations for the South African national football team in co-operation with Coca-Cola at the 2010 FIFA World Cup hosted in South Africa.
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