Andrew is a Scottish actor and musician who trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama.

His theatre credits include Peer Gynt and Twelfth Night for the Lost Theatre. He played Mr Sponge in The Building Site’s 2011 sell out run of Hotel Confessions (in association with Southwark Playhouse) which was nominated for 3 OFF-WEST END Awards 2011 and 'Carnoustie Bligh' in Sailor Beware!

He is a long standing member of cinema going innovators Secret Cinema. Past credits include: Grease, Prometheus, Bugsy Malone, Blade Runner, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Lawrence of Arabia and Brief Encounter.

He also was assistant Director on La Haine with a live score by Asian Dub Foundation. At the start of 2012 Andrew played Josh in the short Blind Fate, shot in Moscow for Focus Films. In July 2011 Andrew staged a immersive music event under the name Who By Fire in Bunhill Fields at William Blake’s grave and neighbouring venue The City Arts & Music Project to mark the 40th Anniversary of Doors frontman Jim Morrison.

Music Career: Andrew works as a musician and composer, under the name "The Northern Light Exposure" and was previously the guitarist in the Scottish band “The Storm Society”, fronted by his older brother Stuart Kemsley. Their two most notable releases were "MilesAway" and "St John’s Point", on Enraptured Records, working with legendary producers Pat Collier (Primal Scream, The Wonderstuff) and Rich Haynes (Radiohead & Supergrass).

Under the name "A. A Glen" Andrew composes and produces music for theatre and television, with original tracks appearing as part of the soundtrack and score for the forthcoming documentary, "The Stevenson Way”.


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