Andrew Jackson's Latest Roles!
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Photo credit: Claudia-Janet Kaller
ANDREW JACKSON's LATEST WORK:
- APOSTLE PETER: REDEMPTION
- ROGUE Russian Mafia gangster
- DARK MATTER recurring role on Sci Fi series
- REIGN TV series
- TOTAL FRAT MOVIE feature film
- STARFALL Space Opera
- FRANKENSTEIN "STANDOUT PERFORMANCE" STARRING onstage as "THE CREATURE"
- ACTRA AWARD NOMINATION 2016
- NUMB CHUCKS 2 Seasons on popular animation series
- ELLIOT: THE LITTLEST REINDEER animated movie
- CAMP LAKEBOTTOM
Category: TV Feature
Photograph: Andrew Jackson as the high ranking Roman Soldier Processus
Director and Producer: Leif Bristow
Writer: John Patus
Starring: John Rhys-Davies, Stephen Baldwin
Executive Producers: Patrice Theroux, John Rhys-Davies, Agnes Bristow
Casting: Stephanie Gorin
Role: Supporting lead
Episode #319 HOW TO TREAT US
Series storyline: Grace, a morally and emotionally-conflicted undercover detective, is tormented by the possibility that her own actions contributed to her son's mysterious death. In her quest for the truth, Grace finds herself striking out on her own and falling deeper into the city's most powerful and dangerous crime family.
Director: Robert Lieberman
Executive Producer: John Morayniss, Robert Petrovicz, Nick Hamm, Michael Rosenberg
Writer: Matthew Parkhill
Casting: Sharon Forest
Casting Director: Susan and Sharon Forest
Role: Alexie (large principal role). A threatening Russian mobster.
Storyline: DARK MATTER follows a crew of six who wake up on a spaceship with no memory of who they are or how they came to be on a spaceship. A large cache of weapons in the cargo hold and a destination to a mining colony in the remote reaches of space is the only clue they have to their identity.
Show history: DARK MATTER is a Canadian science fiction series created by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie. The television series is based on the comic book of the same name. The show was developed by Prodigy Pictures in association with the Space channel. Dark Matter was acquired by Sy Fy for U.S. and Sy Fy Universal distribution. An order for 13 episodes was placed for the first season of the series, which premiered on June 12, 2015, and concluded on August 28, 2015.The series was renewed for a 13-episode second season on September 1, 2015.
Executive Producers: Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie, Jay Firestone and Vanessa Piazza
Director: T.W. Peacocke
Casting: Lisa Parasyn and Jon Cumerford
Recurring Role: The Commander- a powerful charismatic and dangerous revolutionary.
episodes: 1.8 and 1.6
Series Storyline: Intimate stories and struggles are told against the epic settings of the 16TH century French and English Courts, while 2 queens, Mary and Elizabeth, navigate castles filled with intrigue and nations rife with unrest.
Studio: CBS Television Studios
Executive Producer: Laurie McCarthy, Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Brad Siberling
Co-executive Producer: Fred Gerber
Director: Fred Gerber
Writer: Lisa Randolph
Casting: Lisa Parasyn and Jon Comerford
Role: Lord Barker (principal) One of Queen Elizabeth's Advisors on her council and highly critical of his Queen. He relentlessly attacks attacks Elizabeth for all of the mistakes and decisions that she has made for England. If looks could kill, she would be one of his victims.
Media: Feature Film.
Film Storyline: Charlie Martin is a JI whose fraternity was kicked off campus after taking the rap for a rival fraternity gone awry. Three years later, Charlie and the remaining brothers must throw the greatest rush event ever to recruit a new pledge class and bring the house back to glory.
Director: Warren P. Sonoda
Executive Producers: Neil Bregman, Johnathan Bronfman, Fred Fuchs, Brian K. Ross, Bob Sanitsky
Producer: Robert Wertheimer
Associate Producer: Jordan Gershowitz
Writers: Stephen Fromkin, Sacha Pavlovic
Casting: Ron Leach and Brian Levy
Role Captain Griffin, a Southern U.S. drill-master
The Science Fiction web series, STARFALL takes place in a chaotic universe filled with political and cultural intrigue, action and extreme subterfuge.
Executive Producers: John Ellis, Carl Blincoe, Kelli Blincoe, Tyler Bourns, Leon Melas
Co Executive Producers: Richard Hardie, Susanne Schwager
Supervising Producer: Ken K. Locke
Director: Tyler Bourns
Writer: J.E. Ellis
Role: First Lieutenant Lorr t'Vek. The warrior saint is a member of an alien race and group known as the Valakhan. He is a spiritual warrior who remains composed even while slaughtering his enemies.
Photograph: Andrew Jackson as First Lieutenant Lorr t'Vek in the web series pilot episode.
THEATRE NEW BRUNSWICK (Fredericton) launched their 40th anniversary with a production of FRAKENSTEIN, THE MAN WHO BECAME GOD. Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning's critically acclaimed play is considered to be the definitive stage adaptation of Mary Shelly's classic novel. The October 2014 production was directed by Caleb Marshall, starring Ted Atherton and Andrew Jackson.
"Andrew Jackson who plays The Creature, is the standout performer amidst a talented cast. Jackson manages to mix sinister with sympathy with his portrayal of the inhuman abomination. He stands as an enormous frame slinking across the stage with the steps of a man pained by his existence" Jesse LaPointe (STU REVIEWS)
Photos by Andre Reinders, Courtesy of Theatre New Brunswick
"The Creature (Andrew Jackson) steals the show. Jackson's menacing frame, his tortured gait, and hand gestures come together to create an ideal image of the Monster". Matthew Chiasson (STU REVIEWS)
" The cast for the most part, is dedicated to the text and fulfilling the emotional devotion to their characters this thought-provoking play deserves. Featuring standout performances by such players like Andrew Jackson, the chaotic yet sympathetic creature, and Michael Holmes Lauder, the trustworthy and sincere Fritz, deliver a performance that one hopes for in such a turbulent universe".Aquinian (St Thomas University official student publication).
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Nominee for Outstanding Performance- Voice
Andrew's performance as the obnoxious blue teenage sheep on the successful 9Storey YTV animation series, Numb Chucks granted him a nomination.
Photograph: courtesy of Claudia- Janet Kaller
Animation role: Buford on NUMB CHUCKS
Andrew Jackson has thoroughly enjoyed 2 successful seasons as an animated leading character on the popular series, NUMB CHUCKS.
The show airs on YTV and is produced by 9 Story, one of the industry's leading creators, producers and distributors of award winning and live action content for young audiences around the world.
Storyline: The series stars Dilweed and Fungus, two woodchucks who are obsessed with using their bungling kung-fu skills to protect the citizens of Ding-a-Ling Springs.
Show Creators: Phil Lafrance, Jamie LaClaire
Role: Buford (series lead) Buford is an obnoxious blue teenage sheep who lives at home with Grandma. Buford despises the Chucks and is forever looking for creative ways to be of the Chucks and their antics.
Media: Animation movie (in development)
Show creator: Jennifer Wescott
PEANUT BUTTER - Old and Scottish, Peanut Butter is a miniature horse, who, along with Elliot, is in charge of
overseeing the Witty Bitty farm's once-famous daily Goat Run. Fiercely proud of his position within the petting zoo, Peanut Butter cannot understand why Elliot would ever want to do anything else.
DONNER - Intimidating. Noble. British. Donner can’t see that the thing his son wants most in the world is his love. He pushes DJ to be the best at everything he does. Only after seeing DJ handle himself with humility and honor during a crisis does he realize how wrong he's been.
Episode: 304A "Lakebo-TRON"
304B "Rise Of The Dawn Of The Beginning Of The Planet Of Armand"
Show's storyline: McGee sets out for summer camp but ends up on the wrong bus where he meets squirt and Gretchen. The bus ends up at a Camp Lakebottom, a forgotten, weird place that has lots of adventures for 3 friends and their enemy Buttsquat.
304B- BOB- a large entitled sasquatch who is commandment to the King.
304A-Game Voice- An 80's style arcade voice.
Introducing Andrew Jackson
The talented actor, Andrew Jackson, loves to shock and surprise his audience with an ever expanding character range. He was once quoted as saying, “Actors grant themselves permission to behave in ways that would be impossible or unthinkable in the real world. As a result, actors come to know themselves extremely well”. After filming, Andrew’s first on-camera role as a punk rocker, the director remarked, “I saw 12 guys in there.”
Andrew Jackson has worked extensively in Classical Theatre, Film, Television, Commercial Voice and Animation. He loves it all! Andrew continues to feel inspired by the endless possibilities of great storytelling and prides himself in being a team player.
His recent interest in writing has resulted in a classical TV series treatment, a horror screenplay as well as two children’s books.
Andrew was born in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. He is the son of an armed forces padre (minister) and a high school music teacher. Andrew spent his early years as an armed forces brat and lived in various parts of Ontario and Alberta. At the age of 12 he moved with his mother and sister to Annapolis Valley Nova Scotia where he spent his formative years.