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Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Andrew's dedication to his community became apparent as a high school student in South Orange, New Jersey. As Student Council President, he created a lasting solution to a contemporary problem by founding Students Serving Seniors to assist local senior citizens by linking them with high school students from the community. After graduating from Dartmouth College as a history major and as All-American soccer player, Andrew spent a year in Zimbabwe, where he taught high school math and played soccer with the Bulawayo Highlanders, the Zimbabwe national champions.
Andrew returned to the US in 1990 to train as an actor in New York City. His acting career has grown from small parts in such feature films as "Adventures in Babysitting" and "The Karate Kid" to a primetime role on "Melrose Place", currently in its fifth season. His dedication to athletics continues, playing Major League Soccer for the LA Galaxy and posing as national spokesperson for the World Cup USA '94 soccer tournament and the '94 Cup Daily, the nation's only daily World Cup Soccer newspaper. Andrew was named one of 1995's 10 Outstanding Young Americans by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and he received an honorary degree from the Drew University in 1995. Other honors include an Honorary All-American Award, which he received from the National Soccer Coaches Association.