About Andrew Troy
Andrew Troy was born into a long line of hard workers. His father, grandfather and great grandfather were war vets who worked a saw mill in the Bighorn mountains of Wyoming. Raised in the western United States, Andrew shared that same spirit and at the age of 15 started working in aviation, taking apart helicopter engines. By the age of 24 he had built and established two multi-million dollar businesses. He then turned that same hardworking approach and commitment to his acting training and vocation.
Since then, Andrew has worked in numerous feature films, theatre productions, television series, and national ad campaigns, not limited to: a supporting role in the film “Riot” distributed by Universal Studios, starring Dolph Lundgren and a recurring role in the Netflix drama series “Granite Flats” starring Christopher Lloyd and Parker Posey. Recently he has worked on 20th century Fox’s comedy “New Girl” and Fox’s science fiction comedy-drama “Orville”. Andrew has been nominated for best actor awards at film festivals nationally, recently winning best actor at the Portland PDX film festival for his role as Jack Dawkins in the Sci-fi-action drama the “The Boogeys” also starring Doug Jones, known for such films as “The Shape of Water” and “HellBoy”
Andrew has trained with Eric Morris, Larry Moss, The Stella Adler Academy of acting, and with many other instructors in Los Angeles, New York and other parts of the U.S., in both Russian and American methodologies, combining the approaches of Stanislavski and Vakhtangov with those of Uta Hagen, Herbert Berghof and Sanford Meisner. He has fighting for film and tactical firearm’s training and has trained in Muay Thai, Krav Maga, and other martial arts.