Christopher Andrews

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Christopher Andrews (born July 14, 1970) is an actor and writer who lives in Southern California with his wife, Yvonne Isaak-Andrews. He is working on his seventh novel, Of Wolf and Man, the sequel to Pandora's Game, and continues to work as an actor, both onstage and in film.


Short films

  • HeroMan
  • Windsong
  • Mistake
  • Love Conquers All
  • The Pond
  • Thirst



  • Pandora's Game (hardcover, ISBN 978-0-7388-0484-2, paperback, ISBN 978-0-9774535-2-8, 1999), published by Rising Star Visionary Press & Fine Line Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Dream Parlor (hardcover, ISBN 978-0-7388-2789-6, paperback, ISBN 978-0-9774535-3-5, 2000), novelization of film
  • Paranormals (hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9774535-1-1, paperback, ISBN 978-0-9774535-6-6, 2002), published by Rising Star Visionary Press & Fine Line Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Hamlet: Prince of Denmark (hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9774535-0-4, paperback, ISBN 978-0-9774535-5-9, 2005), adaptation of Hamlet.
  • The Darkness Within (ISBN 978-0977453542, 2006), short story collection
  • Of Wold and Man (hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9774535-9-7, paperback, ISBN 978-0-9824882-0-1, 2008)
  • Night of the Living Dead (ISBN 978-0982488218, 2009), novelization of film


  • 2005 - won WCT Theatrical Award "Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role" for his appearance in the play Don't Dress for Dinner.

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