Andy Greenhalgh teaches Acting and Communications at Regents University in Regents Park and teaches Public Speaking at Morley College in Lambeth. During his career he has been an actor, a corporate trainer and a stand-up comedian.
As an actor his films include Julius Caesar and A Man Called Sarge. On television Andy has been a regular character in two series of The Hello Girls and two series of The Belfry Witches, both for the BBC, and was a recurring character (Desk Sergeant Lewis) in Eastenders. Over 70 other TV appearances include The Vicar of Dibley, Master of the Moor, The Last Detective and Diamond Geezer.
Theatre includes Mr Toad in The Wind in the Willows and Louis XIII in The Three Musketeers (both at the Sheffield Crucible), Lord Froth in The Double Dealer (Ipswich and No.1 Tour), Neville in Neville’s Island (Wythenshawe Forum), Harold Palmer in Communicating Doors (Chester Gateway) and Dr Watson in The Curse of the Baskervilles (Coventry Belgrade).
Shakespeare roles include Banquo in Macbeth (Lancaster), The Porter in Macbeth at Liverpool Everyman and on tour in the USA and China, Dull in Loves Labours Lost and Angelo in The Comedy of Errors (both at the Manchester Royal Exchange) and Baptista, Grumio and Hortensio in The Taming of The Shrew (Actors from the London Stage on tour in the USA)
Nearly twenty years ago Andy worked with Sue Best and Phil Bowen in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in The Lebanon. (They still speak fondly of his Bottom in Beirut).
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