Andy Bean stars in "Power" on Starz as Greg Knox.

You might not have heard of Andy Bean yet, because he has remained almost exclusively in the world of theater in New York and around the country up until now.

Andy Bean grew up in a Carrollton, Texas, where his love of acting originated as a carpenter for his high school's theater productions. He was catapulted from behind the scenes when he entered an acting contest because he heard it would mean a free stay at a fancy hotel with his friends. He won first place; the hotel was so-so. Andy began his training under scholarship at the revered two-year intensive theater program at Collin College. He went on to attend the prestigious four-year Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase in New York from which he graduated with honors. After his studies, Andy began to work in New York City, becoming a founding member of the Brooklyn-based theater company, Glass Bandits, as well as appearing in independent films such as "Neptunus Rex" and "Couchgarden."

Bean has portrayed numerous complex characters of the stage, most notably, Jamie Tyrone in "Long Day's Journey into Night" at the nationally acclaimed Arena Stage, under the direction of Robin Phillips, with Helen Carey and Peter Michael Goetz.

Bean currently resides in his newly adopted home of Los Angeles. He is still having trouble understanding the year-round sunshine.


How old is he? Where does he live? Find out here.

Age: 64 years old
Birthday: March 13, 1953
Hometown: Carrollton, TX
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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