Andrew Stahl

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Andrew Stahl
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Born (1952-04-08) April 8, 1952 (age 66)
San Antonio, Texas, US
Other namesAndy Stahl
Years active1984–present

Andrew Render Stahl (born April 8, 1952) is an American actor who has been acting for over 20 years. Two of his more memorable roles were Tom McHone in the Christy series and General Armand Stassi in seaQuest 2032.

Life and career[edit]

Stahl was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1952. As a child, Stahl moved around as his father was an airline pilot, who was transferred a lot. When he was nine, he moved with his parents to a farm in Butler County, Kentucky, which he still owns and operates today. He graduated from University High School in Bowling Green, Kentucky in 1970 and Western Kentucky University in 1975. At WKU, Stahl served as one of the section editors of WKU's awarding-winning yearbook, The Talisman. He was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity, Eta Rho Chapter. Early in his career, he spent time as a musician and visual artist before taking up acting in local regional theater. He spent a short period of time in New York City in the early 1980s, while his former wife obtained a degree in dance from Columbia University. He studied with Wynn Handman, William Hickey and Jack Waltzer, and performed in various Off Broadway productions. He currently lives on his family farm in Butler County, Kentucky and works out of Atlanta, Georgia and Nashville, Tennessee. He has one son.

Stahl has lent his talent to the Kentucky Blues Society as host for their cable educational series spotlighting Kentucky blues artists. Stahl has returned to writing, playing bass guitar, and painting more after many years of focusing on his acting career. Stahl was in a variety of local bands during the ten years he was active in the Bowling Green area, and he is also a songwriter. Several cuts have resulted from co-writing with Jimmy Tittle, Johnny Cash's son-in-law. He also has several screen plays finished or in progress.


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