About Andrew Herr
Andrew Herr is a Canadian actor who is probably best known for his portrayal of Jonesy on the show Letterkenny. He has also appeared as an unnamed hockey player in the Letterkenny Problems short “Hockey Players”.
Life before fame
Andrew was born and raised in the small town of St. George, Ontario, before relocating with his parents to Kingston when he was a teenager. Andrew has played two seasons of junior hockey with the Gananoque Islanders (previously called EOJHL) in the 2009-2010 season. Andrew transferred to the Napanee Raiders (previously called EBJCHL) a year later.
Andrew participated in a high school production of Daniel MacIvor’s Never Swim Alone, a satire about two competitive males being locked up in a ruthless verbal confrontation. This sparked an interest for Andrew to pursue a career in acting.
While studying at the University of British Columbia, Andrew became roommates with Dylan Playfair. They would later go on to appear together in the TV movie “Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story,” where Andrew played Mark Howe. After his graduation from UBC, Andrew attended VanArts (Vancouver’s Institute of Media Arts).
Andrew has also appeared in various short films and TV movies. He was Finch in the movie “Goon: The Last of the Enforcers (2017)”, where Nathan Dale played Petr.
His social media presence
Andrew is quite active on his social media profiles, and his Instagram account, which can be found under the handle andrewherr1, has amassed over 111,000 followers to this date. Andrew likes to post pictures with his co-workers from Letterkenny, as well as pictures with his friends.
He is also quite active on the platform having over 370 posts as of the time of writing this article.
He is also very active on his Twitter account, where he has over 36,300 followers, and frequently retweets things that he considers important.
Some interesting trivia
Andrew has been a cat in two separate hockey movies, Goon: Last of the Enforcers and Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Hoe Story.
Andrew moved from his birth home of London to Ontario, Canada, when he was only two years old. Andrew is not an only child and has two younger brothers.
Andrew’s debut role was in CBC’s television movie Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story, and this role helped catapult Andrew in front of casting directors and further aided him in getting offers for roles.
Regarding relationships, Andrew has had a few girlfriends here and there, but nothing that has been serious so far. He currently appears to be single, or he’s been very secretive when it comes to talking about his private life.
We will be seeing more from Andrew Herr in the upcoming months, and if you still haven’t heard about the actor, then we’d strongly suggest that you give some of his movies a watch as he’s a talented individual and his performances are always on-point.
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