Jo Hole Associates

Agent: Jo Hole Associates
London Office: 07746 107777 / [email protected]
Northern Ireland Branch: 07746 107777 / [email protected]

Andrée was born and raised in Essex.   She is well known for her several regular and returning tv drama roles in DR WHO, HOLLYOAKS, EMMERDALE, THE BRITTAS EMPIRE, DOCTORS, HOLBY CITY and ’Nervous Nerys’ in ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES as well as numerous guest roles including those in POIROT, SILENT WITNESS, CASUALTY, DALZIEL AND PASCO, TAGGART, THE COMIC STRIP amongst many.

West End Theatre includes;  Shelia in Hair (Old Vic), Lois Lane in the RSC’s Kiss Me Kate (Old Vic & Savoy), The Magic Castle (Cambridge Theatre) and April in Company (Bloomsbury) with Off-West End including:  Eve in Steven Berkoff’s 6 Actors in Search of A Director (Charing Cross Theatre), New Stuff (The Other Palace),What (is) a Woman (Arcola, London), 

Regional Theatre includes: Seasons at Chichester Festival Theatre in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Forum, Ghost Stories, The End Of the World Show and Genet’s The Maids.   Andree was Sarah in The Actor’s Lament (Edinburgh, Dublin & UK Tour - director: Steven Berkoff), Cassie in A Chorus Line (Derby Playhouse), Fool For Love (Canadian Tour), Gertrude Lawrence in Buchanan (Birmingham Rep), The Cheeky Chappie (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch), City Of Dreams (Esher Theatre), Marvin Hamlisch’s The Sweet Smell of Success (Livent Toronto), Side By Side by Sondheim (Solar Stage Toronto), Zerlina in Don Giovanni (UK Tour) and The Pyjama Game (Leicester Haymarket & UK Tour). 

Film credits include: The Shepherd, Plastic Gangsters, Playing Dead, The Crying Game, The Sea Change, Tales Of The Legbreaker, Broken, Secret Life Of Ian Fleming, Anne of Green Gables, Neets, Bernard & The Genie, Absolute Beginners and Chaplin.

Languages: English
Nationality: British
Bases: London
Links: IMDB
Featured Credits
Writer & Performer in WHAT IS A WOMAN?
Michael Strassen/Arcola Theatre
Stephen Berkoff/Assembly Edinburgh/UK tour
Maria in DOCTORS (2020-2022)
Niall Frazer/BBC