Andrew Parks

Andrew Parks has appeared at PRT in the Co-op productions of “The Misanthrope”, “Relative Madness” and Etheridge’s “The Man of Mode”, and on the mainstage in “Tonight at 8:30”, “Ardele”, “The Quick Change Room’, and in a brief (but satisfying!) stint during the last weekend of “The Swan’ ‘.

Long active in Los Angeles theater, he has appeared in over thirty local productions including award-winning performances in “Disability: A Comedy” at The Odyssey, and “Verdigris” and “Spoon River Anthology” at Theatre West. He was a six-year member of the ground-breaking Company Theatre, and is a continuing member of Theatre West.

Across the country, Andrew has played roles as diverse as Tom in “The Glass Menagerie”, Ensign Pulver in “Mr. Roberts”, Geoffrey in “The Lion in Winter”, Hitler in “Good”, and a suicidal caterpillar in Gar Campbell’s “Creatures”.

Numerous television credits include guest-star roles in “Anger,, “Homicide”, “Murder She Wrote”, “MASH”, and many others. In films he can be seen in “The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra”, “Donnie Brasco”, “Dive!”, “W.C. Fields & Me”, and was the lead in the independent feature “Summer Run 7.

Andrew is the son of actress Betty Garrett, and the late Larry Parks. His brother is composer, Garrett Parks, and his wife is the multi-talented Katy Melody.

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