Luing Andrews

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Luing Andrews
Nationality British
Occupation Film Actor
Film Director
Known for 8ish (2019)

Luing Andrews is a British-American film and television supporting actor.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] He is known for his different roles in several television series and his supporting roles in various films such as Bronson[8][9], Romans 12:20 and The Oxford Murders. He directed 2019 action film 8ish.[10]

Notable filmography

Year Film Role Director Notes
2002 The Football Factory[11] Billy Bright's Dad Nick Love British sports drama film
2007 Saxon Loe Flood Greg Loftin Independent British film
2008 Romans 12:20 Bruiser #2 The Shammasian Brothers Short film
2008 Bronson[12] Prison Officer Nicolas Winding Refn British biographical crime drama film
2010 The Heavy[13] Vladimuir-Drug Dealer 1 Marcus Warren American-British film
2010 The Oxford Murders[14] Security Guard Álex de la Iglesia British-Spanish drama film
2010 Pimp[15] doorman Robert Cavanah British thriller film in the mockumentary vein of Man Bites Dog.
2012 Battleship[16] Admiral Jack (uncredited) Peter Berg American military science fiction action film
2013 The Heat[17] Officer Blake/ US cop Paul Feig American buddy cop action comedy film
2013 Closed Circuit[18] Prison Guard 1 John Crowley British-American political thriller drama film
2013 Red 2[19] Rumoured Dean Parisot American action comedy film and sequel to the 2010 film Red.
2016 Dark Signal[20] Bob / Debt collector Edward Evers-Swindell British supernatural thriller
2019 8ish[21] Sean O'Shea Luing Andrews British action, crime thriller


Year Film Role Notes
1994 The Bill Mark-Thug fighting with pc stamp British television drama,(1994-2012)
1996 The Sculptress Dobbs/Security guard Based on the 1993 crime novel The Sculptress
2004 Lock, Stock... (Episode #3.8) Lieutenant British television crime drama series
2005 Afterlife Prisoner 1 / Ray British television drama series
2006 Casualty Henry Swindell British medical drama series that airs weekly on BBC One
2007 EastEnders (Episode dated 10 April 2007) Raz British soap opera been broadcast on BBC One since 1985.
2009 Silent Witness Ash Williams/Prisoner British television crime drama series, produced by the BBC
2010 Whitechapel[22] (Episode #2.2 ) Ross (Dangerous Dad) British television drama series produced by Carnival Films
2011 Him & Her[23] ((The Fight- Season 2 | Episode 4) Darren's Dad BAFTA winning British television sitcom
2012 The Royal Bodyguard[24] PC Clive Roberts British television sitcom


  1. "Luing Andrews - Rotten Tomatoes". 
  2. "Luing Andrews - British Comedy Guide". 
  3. "Luing Andrews -". 
  4. "Luing Andrews - Metacritic". 
  5. "Profile of Luing Andrews - BFI". 
  6. "Official website of actorLuing Andrews". 
  7. "Arrow Video FrightFest 2018: F.U.B.A.R. review - Entertainment". 
  8. "Bronson Movie -". 
  9. "‘Taboo’ spoilers: Naked Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘The Revenant’ co-star Tom Hardy in upcoming FX mini-series? -". 
  10. "Luing Andrews - Times of India". 
  11. "Cast and credits of The Football Factory -". 
  12. "Bronson Movie Reviews -". 
  13. "The Heavy Movie - BFI". 
  14. "Cast and credits of The Oxford Murders -". 
  15. "Pimp (2010) - BFI". 
  16. "Cast and credits of Battleship -". 
  17. "The Heat Movie - Metacritic". 
  18. "Closed Circuit - Rotten Tomatoes". 
  19. "Red 2 Movie - Metacritic". 
  20. "Luing Andrews -". 
  21. "8ish Movie - Times of India". 
  22. "Whitechapel[18/10/2010 (2010) - BFI"]. 
  23. "Him & Her (Series 2, Episode 4 - The Fight) - British Comedy Guide". 
  24. "The Royal Bodyguard (Series 1, Episode 2 - The Siege Of Blenheim Square) - British Comedy Guide". 

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