Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, she made her way across the globe, living in Latin America and Europe, before settling into the rhythms of New York City. Training: New York Stella Adler Studio Conservatory and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, England. Andrea is the co-founder of Viscus Film () in Los Angeles, whose most recent short was nominated for 6 categories at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards and garnered two wins. She is the Co-Artistic Director of The Box Collective (). Her performance background comes from creating experiential performance in New York and Europe, where she has been featured in "The New York Times" for groundbreaking work that challenges the notions of traditional forms of theatre. She believes in exploring provocative themes that hit the audience right in the gut--evoking visceral sensibilities and leaving a lasting imprint on the psyche. Recent theatre credits: Olivia in Twelfth Night, Calpurnia in Julius Caesar (Alvin Epstein Dir.), Frankenstein, (Drama Desk Award Nominated), young ensemble at Pearl Theatre Company, and The Rover (Bristol Old Vic). Andrea is an alumni of The Flea Theatre. Her craft and artistic passion are at the forefront of all of her work. She plans to continue her love of performing, while developing original pieces in the process.