Andrew has always played villains.
Andrew has been cast to small role in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Andrew married Raissa Danilova on February 29, 1992, but later divorced.
He is a fan of both Linda Blair and The Exorcist.
The only good guys Andrew Divoff have played were in the movies Interceptor and Running Cool.
The only producing Divoff has done was some work on a 2005 movie called Dr. Rage.
His first appearance on television was a on a show called Blacke's Magic.
The three movies which he enjoyed acting in the most are Another 48 Hours, Deadly Voyage, and of course Wishmaster.
In an interview he said that his favorite movie is Boris Karloff's Frankenstein.
Divoff's character, Mikhail Bakunin, in the television show Lost is farsighted.
Most of Andrew Divoff's roles in television shows or movies have been a villain or evil character.
His father is Russian, and his mother is Venezuelan of Irish ancestry.
Divoff's height is 6' 1".
He likes to hike and go skiing when he's not working on set.
He has a scar on his right eyebrow.
Divoff can speak, write and read nine languages: English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Romanian, Catalan, Portuguese and Russian.
Andrew: (When asked about relaxation) I like to get physical, whether it's going on a hike to some hot-springs, or skiing or working out with my martial arts. My mind needs something to concentrate on at all times so I find it relaxing to pass the time with pursuits that are less mental and more physical.
Andrew Divoff: (when asked if he always wanted to be an actor) I was always a shy kid. If you told that gawkish little boy who couldn't even present a book report in front of a classroom, that he would seek out audiences to play to, he would not have wanted to grow up! I did always have this thing about needing to show that my shyness was not due to stupidity, so when I would break out of my shyness for those brief moments, it was humor that helped me escape. The principal told me that my sense of humor was too dry for a kid my age (7th grade) and to cut it out. You could say that what we had there was "a failure to communicate". It was only when I moved out to LA from the east coast some 16 years ago that I got interested in the acting. It was time, I was a college educated kid who spoke 7 languages and was willing to experiment with his emotions, to show what I had inside, so to speak.
Andrew Divoff: (a word to the fans) Just one thing — thank you. Thanks for the support. Thanks for making me keep finding this a magic thing to do. I do love doing these shows. I love the contact with the fans — just to be able to answer questions that usually don't get answered through the magazines or though other venues. But, thank you for your time, and again, thanks to the fans.
Divoff: (when asked about speaking nine languages) It's funny you said nine. I actually spoke nine. My ninth language was Romanian. And I did a movie in Romania. I knew I was going to be over there so I started studying with the books, you know, got the phrase books out. So by the time I was there for some two and half months, I left and I was doing my interviews in Romanian. But I must say, because of the fact that I had nobody to speak with, (and I never believed that this would happen), but I actually forgot. I literally forgot it!
Divoff: (when asked about playing the bad guy) There may be other characters which had kind and sensitive moments in between heroic moments, i.e. when the hero of the movie is holding a gun no matter how sympathetic the character, you pretty much have to throw out kind and sensitive, so there are very few really kind and sensitive characters any more, the prototypical hero is a man of action and therefore a hardened man.