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  • Much of the film is on the shoulders of Andrew Troy, who puts in a really solid performance as the cynical Dawkins

  • Dawkins is well-played by the charismatic Andrew Troy, and the character is genre stalwart: the scoundrel in need of redemption, a la Han solo and Mad max

    ~Forces of Geek


Andrew has always emulated the tenacious spirit of his WWII drill sergeant grandfather and his Vietnam War veteran father, who owned a sawmill in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming. At the young age of 15, Andrew began working in the aviation industry, dismantling helicopter engines. By 19, despite encountering many failed businesses, he finally struck gold with his first successful venture, an aerospace company supporting air medical helicopters. He later found success again with an ice cream franchise, establishing two multi-million dollar businesses by the age of 24.

Since then, Andrew has appeared in numerous feature films, theatre productions, television series, and national ad campaigns. Some of his notable credits include a supporting role in the film “Riot,” distributed by Universal Studios, and a recurring role in the Netflix drama series “Granite Flats,” alongside Christopher Lloyd and Parker Posey. Recently, he has received nominations at many national film festivals, winning Best Actor at the Portland PDX Film Festival and Best International Actor at the DMF Festival in Rome, Italy, both for his portrayal of the pickpocket anti-hero, Jack Dawkins, in “The Boogeys.” In this film, he starred opposite Doug Jones (known for “The Shape of Water” and “Hellboy”), with an original creature design by Jordu Schell (known for “Avatar,” “Men in Black,” and “Batman vs Superman”) and cinematography by the esteemed Australian Brad Shield (known for “The Avengers,” “X-Men,” and “Pirates of the Caribbean”).

Currently, Andrew is training at the BGB Studio in LA and has received instruction from Larry Moss, John Ruskin, and Eric Morris. He has undergone training in fighting for film and tactical firearms, as well as in Muay Thai, Krav Maga, and other martial arts.