Nessa’s brother has taken somewhat of a back seat since his sister’s ascension into the business world and subsequent peerage. A seemingly quiet family man, mysteriously eight years ago it was he who controlled the Stein Group before stepping aside, and now he often feels overshadowed and disempowered by his sister’s brilliance. He too has secrets from his past, as well as very real ones that he will go to any lengths to keep concealed and protect those he loves. But are Ephra’s actions borne out of love and loyalty? Or do they originate from a darker, more twisted place that secretly harbours ill-will against those closest to him? Only time will tell…
Andrew first caught the industry’s attention in 2007 playing Scott Foster in BBC Two political television series Party Animals. Since then, he’s graced screens with parts in critically acclaimed dramas such as Broadchurch, Cranford, Jane Eyre, Garrow’s Law and The Fixer. He has recently finished filming The Great Fire, which will see Andrew portray baker Thomas Farriner, in whose shop the Great Fire of London began.
Andrew has also been seen in cinemas in films such as Still Life, Having You and the hugely successful John Lennon biopic, Nowhere Boy. In 2009, Andrew wrote, produced and directed his first short film, Bear That Broke.
On stage, Andrew has played the title role in Arthur Miller’s critically acclaimed play The Man Who Had All the Luck and Shakespearean roles Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet and Bolingbroke in Richard II.