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|Born||Gabriel John Andrews
Gabriel Andrews is an Australian television, film and stage actor. He is best known for the hundreds of roles he played on the popular sketch comedy TV show Comedy Inc.
Born in Sydney, he is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art. He appeared on G.P., Water Rats, Home and Away, and All Saints, before doing three years on Nine Network's Comedy Inc. He has appeared in several films, including Children and The Time Game. He has performed in many Sydney theatre productions and has done a host of readings, short stories, poems and journals for ABC Radio National, most notably a well-loved reading of Kenneth Cook's Australian classic novel Wake in Fright.
He is also an accomplished singer and violinist. Originally classically trained, he now sings and plays blues/jazz.
Due to his early beginnings as a professional musician and actor, he was fortunate enough to have had the privilege of performing on all four stages of the Sydney Opera House (Concert Hall, Opera Theatre, Drama Theatre, Playhouse) by the age of seventeen.
He is currently based in London.
- Broadway Bound by Neil Simon (as Eugene Jerome) Marian St Theatre
- Gabriel by Moira Buffini (as Gabriel) New Theatre
- Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley (as Barnett Lloyd) Marian St Theatre
- Arcadia by Tom Stoppard (as Gus/Lord Augustus) dir.Gale Edwards Australia-wide tour Sydney Theatre Company
- Daylight Saving by Nick Enright (as Jason Strutt) Marian St Theatre
- The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan (as Ronnie Winslow) Playhouse, Sydney Opera House
- Great Expectations the musical (as Young Pip) Seymour Centre
- Comedy Inc. (as hundreds of characters) Nine Network
- Home and Away (as Angus Halliday) Seven Network
- Water Rats (as Luke) Nine Network
- Water Rats (as Rowan) Nine Network
- G.P. (as Jimmy) ABC
- All Saints (as Lachlan) Seven Network
- The Time Game (as Tony Johnson)
- Children (as Claude Phillips)
- Things Wong Kar-Wai Taught Me About Love (as Gabriel)