Andrew Lincoln


Andrew Lincoln Trivia


  • Trivia

    • Andrew Lincoln married Gael Anderson on June 10th 2006. Who is his famous rock star father-in-law?

      None other than Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson.

    • In the 2004 film adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel Enduring Love, Andrew performed along side his Love Actually co-star Bill Nighy.

    • Andrew narrated the documentary No Waste LIke Home in 2005. The show dealt with how to make peoples' homes more environmentally friendly.

    • In 2004, Empire Magazine nominated Andrew for a Best Newcomer award for his performance as Mark in Richard Curtisis' film Love Actually.

    • In 1999, Andrew narrated the documentary Mersey Blues

    • In 2000, Andrew played Maxie King in the film Gangster No.1, a tale about an East End gangster.

    • Andrew was the best man at This Life co-star Jack Davenport's wedding.

    • Andrew's father is a civil engineer and his mother is a nurse.

    • In 2004 Andrew narrated the documentary The Search For Speed, about Ella MacArthur the youngest person and fastest woman to sail solo around the world.

    • Andrew attended the filming of ITV's An Audience with Elton John in 1997.

    • Andrew is a supporter of Shelter, the British charity for the homeless.

    • Andrew's mother is South African. However, she left the country to escape its racist apartheid policies.

    • Andrew starred in the 2003 BBC adaptation of Geoffrey Chaucer's classic, The Man of Law's Tale

    • In 2004, Andrew narrated Being Positive, a two part documentary on AIDS.

    • Andrew directs as well as acts. In 2004, he was nominated for a BAFTA award in the category of Best New Director for two episodes of the Channel Four hit show Teachers.

    • In 1997, Andrew played the character of Walter in a television adaptation of Wilkie Collins' classic novel The Woman In White.

    • Andrew plays Jamie in the 2006 film Scenes of a Sexual Nature opposite Ewan McGregor (Trainspotting, Moulin Rouge and Star Wars.)

    • Andrew's first television appearance was in 1994 when he guest starred in an episode of the Channel Four newsroom comedy Drop The Dead Donkey.

    • Referring to his voluntary work in Ghana:
      Andrew:It was an amazing trip, it changed my life. It was beautiful, really extraordinary.

    • In 2001, Andrew went to Ghana for a month with Voluntary Services Overseas to experience how volunteers and development agencies work first hand.

    • Andrew is a supporter of the international NGO, Voluntary Services Overseas.

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