Andrew Charleson Actor Voice Talent UK

Andrew Charleson

is 6’ tall, has blue eyes and fair hair.
Andrew is an experienced actor from the UK. He has appeared in Films, TV and on stage. He’s also known for his Voice-Overs.

Most recent film: "Shanghai" (small scene with John Cusack)

Most recent theatre role: Robert Crosbie in “The Letter” with Jenny Seagrove and Anthony Andrews at Wyndhams in the West-End of London.

Kaprice Kia at Fluid film co ltd, 53/5 Lang Suan Soi 1, Patumwan, Bangkok 10110

UK producers, directors or casting directors are welcome to contact Andrew directly.

(view pin no: 6659-0160-5093)

Tel: 0709 207 6562

(UK message service)

Andrew Charleson, actor. Sept 2011

Please click on the links below to find out more...

C.V. Biography Voice-Overs

This is a little clip of me playing Del Boy's dentist in an 'Only Fools and Horses' special called 'Fatal Extraction'

David Jason was great to work with. He was generous, helpful and funny... I was terrified of actually sticking him with the very real and very sharp syringe needle!

This episode originally aired Christmas 1993

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This is a little clip of me playing opposite John Cusack in 'Shanghai'

This was a long day, about 16 hours on set. The last day of filming on the massive Shanghai backlot. John Cusack was polite, professional and very very tired!

Filmed in Bangkok 2008

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Or read some of Andrew's theatrical reviews below...

Andrew was most recently in


by W.Somerset Maugham at

Wyndham's Theatre, London.

Reviews for ‘The Letter ’ – Wyndhams Theatre

"Andrew Charleson is totally convincing."

Francis Batt Windsor & Eton Express  

"One of the best performances comes from Andrew Charleson as the hapless, cuckolded husband, Robert. His well-meaning doltishness and unthinking love for his wife is touching and the actor brings a moving subtlety to the part."

Paul Callan Daily Express

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 Reviews for ‘The Norman Conquests’ – Scarborough

“Andrew Charleson (Tom) is just about perfect.”
Alistair Macaulay, Financial Times

"…to Tom, her methodical, moonfaced, eternally-hesitant admirer, beautifully portrayed by Andrew Charleson.”
Yorkshire Post

"...and Andrew Charleson's hesitations as Tom, his timing of the stirring of a cup of tea, are classic comic acting."

Robin Thornber, The Guardian