Andrew Hazzard is an Australian actor, singer and voice.
He has received critical acclaim for his work and has been nominated twice for the AiF Heath Ledger award.
His most recent project was the supporting role of Sy Spector in the Australian premiere of the musical The Bodyguard opposite Paulini Curuenavuli, Kip Gamblin and Prinnie Stevens.
Written by Academy Award nominated Lawrence Kasdan (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and adapted by Academy Award winning writer Alexander Dinelaris (Birdman), the stage reimagining of the classic Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner film toured nationally.
On screen he portrayed the leading role of Jack Kerrans in AFI|AACTA Award winning writer-director John Duigan’s latest feature Careless Love, opposite Nammi Le and alongside Peter O’Brien and David Field. Duigan is the filmmaker behind Australian classics The Year My Voice Broke, Flirting and Sirens, with his extensive list of works starring Nicole Kidman, Sam Rockwell, Hugh Grant, Charlize Theron, Sam Neill, Ben Mendelsohn, and Baz Lurhmann.
On stage, he portrayed the leading role of Melchior Gabor in the Australian premiere of the musical Spring Awakening with the Sydney Theatre Company, directed by Geordie Brookman and under the co-artistic directorship of Andrew Upton and Cate Blanchett.
The contemporary STC season included productions with Hugo Weaving, William Hurt, Richard Roxburgh, Robyn Nevin, John Bell and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
Andrew appeared as Harris in the tele-movie Brock, working with AFI|AACTA Award winning director Geoff Bennett, and portrayed the role of John Bryant in Academy Award nominated and AFI|AACTA Award winning director David Bradbury’s docu-film The Crater.
His work in series includes Rick Allen in Love Child, Angus Reid in Crownies, Keiran Munroe in Home & Away, Lucas in Dance Academy, Eddie in My Place, Jamie Hewson in Cops L.A.C, Drew Redman and Gus Adington in All Saints, and Michael in Underbelly: The Golden Mile.
He played the supporting role of Zeke Baylor in the Australian premiere of High School Musical with The Really Useful Company and Disney Theatrical Productions, the stage adaptation of the highly successful film starring Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens.
His voice work has spanned commercials, narrations, animatics, promos and presentations – for local businesses, national and global corporations, and major brands across a comprehensively wide range of sectors. He has a highly diverse client base of creative studios, advertising agencies, radio stations, television channels, and companies.
He has also appeared in numerous commercials, both domestically and internationally.
Andrew is a graduate of the Actors Centre, a college in Sydney with patronage held by Hugh Jackman and with alumni including Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts, Daniel Henshall, Rose Byrne and Russell Crowe.
He is a member of MEAA and AFI|AACTA.