Andy Hankins was born in Arizona, and he lived in Colorado, Bermuda, and Georgia until his family laid down roots in Aurora, Colorado in 1965. He enjoys traveling, and has visited various cities around the world as a result of being a 25-year member of the Denver Dance/Show Band “The Nacho Men”. Andy now enjoys being a Denver-based actor, performing in a diverse collection of independently produced feature films, short films, and live theatre, as well as multiple industrial films and television commercials. He currently studies with Benjy Dobrin Studios and Risk Factor – Action Training Center, and he is represented by Big Fish Talent.
Andy felt fortunate to work alongside a stellar cast for the Denver Vintage Theatre’s live production of the controversial play “Equus” in 2011. His favorite film projects to date include the science fiction adventure “Star Raiders: The Adventures of Saber Raine”, “Steven King’s Popsy”, “Estranged”, “Union of the Night”, and most recently “Hans Crippleton: Talk to the Hans”, which will always remain a fond highlight.