Andrew speaks about his personal journey and how travel and self-reflection changed his life. Aside from his successful acting and directing careers, he is now a successful writer and editor at large for National Geographic Traveler. He discusses fear of the unknown, taking the time to enjoy the precious moments in life, pushing yourself to try new things, and looking at the world with new eyes. Best known for his acting career and starring roles in St. Elmo’s Fire, Pretty in Pink, Mannequin, and Weekend at Bernie’s, he has a successful Broadway career and is currently a highly regarded director. Current projects include hit series’ Orange is the New Black, Turn, The Blacklist, and New Amsterdam. He returned to acting in ABC’s 2016 hit, The Family. Andrew’s new memoir, “Brat: An ’80s Story” is available now!
The Longest Way Home
A personal reflection of his journey from acting, to travel writing, to directing. Andrew encourages audiences to find their passion and to push their boundaries. Audiences will look at life through a new lens after Andrew’s engaging stories and personal experiences of confusion, complacency, and eventually triumph.
Andrew also speaks on his personal experiences with travel, directing, and recovery.