Andy wrote #61 of the comic Superman Adventures.
Andy Merrill has contributed as Brak to four full-length music albums, from 1997 to 2000.
Together, Andy Merrill and Clay Croker (voice of Zorak) worked on several "Space Ghost" comic books. Andy wrote the stories, and Clay drew the pictures.
Andy Merrill has in the past done camera work for Gospel Bill.
Andy Merrill voiced Brak for all 5-episodes of Staylongers, a set of television shorts that parody Survivor.
Andy Merrill appears yearly at Dragon*Con in Atlanta, over the Labor Day weekend.
Andy Merrill voiced Space Ghost in the original Space Ghost: Coast to Coast concept pilot, before George Lowe was hired as Space Ghost.
The artwork for Space Ghost Coast To Coast Volume Two DVD features Andy Merrill, in full Space Ghost uniform. On top of this, Andy is wearing cowboy gear, and is sitting next to a pony.
Andy won $1000 once on America's Funniest Home Videos.
Andy is a huge fan of Green Lantern.
Andy's favourite book: Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential.
Andy's favourite television shows: Father Ted, BBC's Look Around You, M*A*S*H, The Office, and The Simpsons.
Andy's favourite film is One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
Andy's favourite album is Mr. Rogers' "You'll Never Go Down the Drain".
Andy Merrill is making his debut in the movie industry in the upcoming Aqua Teen Hunger Force: The Movie, by voicing the germanic alien Oglethorpe.
Andy's interview for Cartoon Network included taking a 'cartoon test'; fill-in-the-blanks, matching, multiple choice, and an essay. The essay involved describing differences between the Warner Bros. and Hanna-Barbera libraries.
Ken P (about Adult Swim News): It was a very touching update this past week, by the way..
Andy Merrill: Yeah, I was very sad. Which one was it?
Andy Merrill: When I say you don't have to wear pants, I mean people walk around in just shirts at Cartoon Network. They're just pantsless. It's like Porky Pig.
Andy Merrill (of CNN): A lot of tension there, too. It's probably gotten better, but I just noticed a lot of tension, a lot of stress, just because it's live news, and any time something really horrible breaks, everybody's really serious and yelling and stuff. So I went over to Cartoon Network and it's.. well.. Bugs Bunny...