Andrew Hazzard is an Australian actor, singer and voiceover artist who has received critical acclaim for his work and is an AiF Heath Ledger Award nominee.
On screen he portrayed the leading role of Jack Kerrans in AFI|AACTA Award-winning writer/director John Duigan’s feature Careless Love, opposite Nammi Le and alongside Peter O’Brien and David Field. Most recently Andrew appeared as Harris in the tele-movie Brock, working with AFI|AACTA Award-winning director Geoff Bennett, and portrayed the role of John Bryant in David Bradbury's docu-film The Crater. His work in television series includes Rick Allen in Love Child, Angus Reid in Crownies, Keiran Munroe in Home and Away, Lucas in Dance Academy, Eddie 1918 in My Place, Jamie Hewson in Cops L.A.C, Drew Redman and Gus Adington in All Saints, and Michael in Underbelly: The Golden Mile.
On stage, Andrew portrayed the leading role of Melchior Gabor in the Australian premiere of the musical Spring Awakening for the Sydney Theatre Company. He played the supporting role of Zeke Baylor in the Australian premiere of High School Musical with Disney Theatrical Productions in association with The Really Useful Company. He has also appeared in numerous commercials, both domestically and internationally.
Andrew is a graduate of the Actors Centre, a college in Sydney where Hugh Jackman holds patronage.