LUING ANDREWS

  • Languages
    English
  • Dialects
    American-Southern States, American-Standard, Cockney, East European, Irish-Southern, London, Northern, Polish.
  • Lives in
    UK

British actor Luing Andrews began his career as a stunt man and directly after training was offered his first feature ‘Called Home’.  Soon after graduation from the prestigious LAMDA Luing became a regular on British Television with prime-time shows like ‘Whitechapel II’, ‘Wings of Love’, ‘Afterlife II’, ‘Footballers Wives’ ‘Green Grass’, ‘My Family’ and ‘Worst Christmas of My Life’. the TV version of ‘Lock Stock’ and Raz in the UK’s number one soap Eastenders and a biker with a heart Henry Swindell in the hospital drama ‘Casualty’.

Luing played the lead in ‘The Heavy’ as villain Thomas Black in ‘Flugel DE liebe’ (Wings of Love’). As well as ‘Bronson’, ‘Football Factory’, ‘The Oxford Murders’, ‘The Pimp’, ‘The Tribe’ and ‘The Sculptress’.  Showing his comedic side in the upcoming British comedy ‘Him and Her’ Luing plays the feisty father Colin and in contrast to his usual bad boy roles. In his own film ‘8ish’  he plays Sean O’Shea one of the lead characters.

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