Who am I?
Andrew Kober is a New York City based actor and singer. On Broadway, he has been seen in the Tony-winning 2009 Revival of Hair, as well as Les Miserables, She Loves Me, Sunday in the Park with George, School of Rock, and, most recently, Beautiful. Andrew also performed on London’s West End with Hair, and in the First National Tour of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. He is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.
Regionally, Andrew has worked all over the United States at theaters including MCC, The Williamstown Theater Festival, New York Theatre Workshop, Yale Rep, The Paper Mill Playhouse, the Berkshire Theater Festival, the Denver Center Theater Company, The Old Globe, The Golden Gate Theater, Buck’s County Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, and more. He has also spent four summers performing at Shakespeare in the Park, including playing Malvolio in Twelfth Night this past summer, in which the New York Times compared him to a young John Cleese.
On television, he has appeared in “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO), “Pan Am” (ABC), “Blue Bloods” (CBS), “House of Cards” (HBO), “Ray Donovan” (Showtime), “Fosse/Verdon” (FX Network), and the upcoming HBO miniseries “The Plot Against America". He has also been seen in a national television commercial for Radio Shack and numerous web series. His voice work can be heard in numerous commercials on TV and radio.
In addition to his Broadway and solo work, he keeps a busy calendar of concert appearances. With his writing and performing partners, Alex Brightman, Drew Gasparini, and F. Michael Haynie, they are the (M)orons, writing and performing original music and comedy all over New York City.
As a singer, he has featured on the albums, “I Could Use a Drink” by Drew Gasparini, “A Few for Friends” by David Are, “Reach the Sky” by Bobby Cronin, and the cast albums for Hair, She Loves Me, Sunday in the Park with George, and Twelfth Night.
Andrew lives in New Jersey with his wife, Farra, his son, Asher, and his dog, Murray.
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