He subsequently appeared in films such as The Mountie and The Gundown, and had a starring role on the Lifetime cop drama Against the Wall.Andrew Walker was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the son of Joyce Walker, a librarian, and Bruce Walker, a school administrator. He is a graduate of Vanier College, where he played football and was given a full scholarship to play at Boston College.
He may be best known for his title role in the 2012 film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, as well as his appearances in the films Kinsey and Flags of Our Fathers, and his critically acclaimed role as Andrew Jackson in the musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
In 2016, he starred as Patrick Bateman in the Broadway musical adaptation of the film American Psycho.
In 1935 they were forced to relinquish the business to National Socialist Control. Many cards were printed in black & white rotogravure under the label Copper Plate Etching.
They are best known for a series of cards depicting historic buildings from Williamsburg, Virginia.
A month after he arrived in Hollywood he booked a series lead on the TV show Maybe It's Me, then Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.
They produced artist signed postcards in tinted line block, many with elaborate printed backs.
After his commitment to BC, he returned home to spring camp at Vanier and tore his anterior cruciate ligament during a routine drill, thus ending his football career.
He is married to Cassandra Troy, a fellow Montrealer, and the two have a son together.
The couple, along with a friend, started Clover, a company that bottles fresh, cold-pressed juices, with locations in the Los Angeles area.
Andrew started his acting career in Montreal as a recurring lead on the series Student Bodies in 1996-1997, a series lead on Back to Sherwood and then Radio Active 1998-2000.
He is known for starring in Lifetime and Hallmark channel content.