Andrew Bongiorno is an actor, singer and dancer who graduated from WAAPA. Working in Los Angeles, Andrew starred as Peter Allen in The Boy from Oz and as a result became an Ovation Award and Los Angeles Critic Circle Award recipient. While in the States, Andrew was engaged in featuring roles in NCIS and NCIS LA for CBS, Paramount, and Mistresses for ABC Disney. Andrew’s film credits include Soundwave, Grief, Anonymous Killers, Bennett’s War, Live by Night, Kill Me Once, Wait, Bachelor Knight and Patterns of Attraction. Andrew’s television credits include the role of Gerard Booker in Wentworth, Ricardo Romano in Neighbours, Toby Gill in Narcos, Olivia Newton John’s Hopelessly Devoted To You, Lethal Weapon, Mistresses, True Nightmares, Operation Repo, Rush and Grease is the Word. Andrew’s theatre credits include the role of Balthazar in Comedy of Errors (Glen Elston), Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Glen Elston), Hamlet in Tim Elston’s Hamlet, Roberto in Working (Nick Enright), Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire (Marcelle Schmidt), The Red and the Black, Fred, Much Ado About Nothing, The Nightclub Singer, The Seagull, The Diary of Anne Frank and Lysistrata. Of Italian and British descent, Andrew’s skills include scuba diving, horse riding, tap dancing, snow skiing, boxing and stage combat.