Andrew Wyatt Hunter is a film actor/director/writer in the Seattle, Washington area. He is also an actor. stage manager and assistant director for theatre. Film credits include roles in Win at Trip to Browntown!, Goodbye to All That, Tess Tetley--Girl Brand Manager and My Name Is Sam. His theatre credits include Witness for the Prosecution (Policeman/Warder), A Night at Fawlty Towers (Ensemble), The Joy Luck Club (Ensemble), Bad Habits (Harry Scupp/Hugh Gumbs), and Wait Until Dark (Policeman). Andrew has studied acting at Rover Dramawerks, the Denver Center Theatre Academy, Benjy Dobrin Studios, Freehold Theatre Lab/Studio, The Artist's Way, and Vision of the Craft at Howard Fine Studio. He is also a founding member of Cascadia Dread, a Seattle-based production company specializing in horror and the supernatural.
Win a Trip to Browntown!
Film by George Tramountanas (Comedy) Actor Frank Tsigas is a middle-aged family man who can only see his life's shortcomings. To distract him, his soft-spoken wife Laura offers a unique anniversary gift: she bets her ass that he can't lose 50 pounds in three months...literally.
Goodbye to All That
Film (short) by Tim Fraser-Granados (Drama and Horror) Actor A plague is ravaging through the world. Mia, a young woman, is distraught after a personal tragedy adds to her anxiety and turns to her best friend Jack for help.
Tess Tetley - Girl Brand Manager
Film (short) by Andrea Hays (Comedy and Mystery) Actor
My Name Is Sam
Film by Sam Wickey (Drama) Actor An Amish family (and specifically Sam, a high functioning autistic boy) and their eventual departure from the strict and often harsh Amish community they lived in.
Film (short) by Christopher C. Wyatt (Horror) Miscellaneous Crew A late night house party takes a sinister turn when the neighbors decide to complain.
Film by Dominic Ryan (Drama) Producer Charlie Peters is fresh out of prison and eager to renew his relationship with his estranged teenage daughter, while also staying out of trouble. He faces an uphill struggle.
My Amish World
Film by Sam Wickey (Drama) Actor An Amish Family struggling in an oppressive religion who breakthrough their fear to find freedom.
Cascadia Valley TV
TV Series Actor
Out of Her Mind
Film (short) by Anthony Navas (Drama and Horror) Script Supervisor A dementia patient undergoes an experimental treatment. The results start out promising - until a series of disturbing side effects begin to occur.
Film (short) by Brian Carlin/Andrew Wyatt Hunter (Horror) Actor
Film (short) by Meredith Mantik (Drama and Western) Actor Modern-day filmmakers Cameron and Bernadette come to the West with hopes to restore the Western genre. First, they need the perfect cowboy. Enter Wayne, who's exactly what they wanted and more.
Roses in December
Film (short) by Lauryn Guerrieri (Biography, Drama and Family) Actor Alyssa is losing her grandfather to cancer. A true story based on real events.
Film (short) by Larissa Pruett (Comedy) Actor
At First Bite
Film by Jason Ungate (Comedy) Actor When Brandon finds out his office crush Natalie has an obsession with vampire books, he does the only logical thing: pretends to be a real-life vampire in order to impress her. Too bad he doesn't know the first thing about vampires... until he's introduced to a real one. Now-- armed with plastic fangs and secondhand knowledge on bloodsuckers-- he's determined to win Natalie's heart without letting her find out about his little lie. Written and shot over the course of 2011, At First Bite is the product of current and former Denver film students working with bare-minimum resources and a maximum passion for film. Written by Jason Ungate
On Such a Winter's Day
Film (short) by Robert Hardy (Drama and Family) Actor A mother and a son in distress, a society in decay, and the event that changes everything.
Film by Sean Williams (Comedy) Actor When ninety-six year old medical marijuana patient Grace Murphy passes away, stoner Bud Parker and his coworkers Tyrell and Royce, the ex-narcotics officer, must clean out her wrecked house. But when Royce's partner, Rodney the racist police dog, finds Grace's secret marijuana grow room the guys decide to turn the house into a marijuana speakeasy. However, many obstacles stand in the way of their "tokeasy" including the sexual harassing ghost of Grace, Dr. Bobby the fake marijuana doctor, and a town full of closet potheads stuck in a social limbo of legal and non-legal marijuana use. Written by Wally Wallace
Freehold Theatre Lab/Studio
Benjy Dobrin Studios
Denver Center Theatre Academy