skip navigation
Giuseppe Andrews

Giuseppe Andrews

| VIEW ALL

TCM Messageboards
Post your comments here
ADD YOUR COMMENT>

share:

TCM Archive Materials VIEW ALL ARCHIVES (0)

Recent DVDs

From the Head ... New York City. Fall, 1995. Below the sidewalks of Times Square is a strip club... more info $17.95was $24.99 Buy Now

Detroit Rock City ... Join '70's teen Hawk, Jam, Trip and Lex on their quest for girls, good times,... more info $8.95was $14.98 Buy Now

Period Piece ... Giuseppe Andrews' latest features talking tater tots, fornicating teddy bears, a... more info $11.95was $19.98 Buy Now

Touch Me in the Morning ... This film directed by and starring Giuseppe Andrew is a truly independent... more info $11.95was $19.98 Buy Now

Giuseppe Makes a Movie ... While the rest of America slept, DIY filmmaker/musician Giuseppe Andrews (a... more info $20.95was $29.99 Buy Now

2001 Maniacs ... An old-fashioned Southern town welcomes Yankee tourists and then plans to kill... more info $7.95was $9.99 Buy Now

Biography CLOSE THE FULL BIOGRAPHY

Guiseppe Andrews grew up moving from one trailer park to another before he and his father were cast in a local infomercial, indirectly leading the then 10-year-old Andrews to a small role in the unlikely romance movie "Getting It Right" (1989). Following an appearance in the droll family dramedy "Unstrung Heroes" and a regular role on the short-lived classroom sitcom "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher," the actor gained a worldwide audience as the son of a drunken crop duster in the blockbuster alien-invasion thriller "Independence Day." In 1999, the same year he broke out as a capable adult star in the bawdy road movie "Detroit Rock City," Andrews grounded his film career in avant-garde endeavors rather than mainstream pursuits, writing and directing the twisted, low-budget coming-of-age film "Touch Me in the Morning." While continuing to imbue self-directed experimental projects such as "Grandpa" and "Period Piece" with the sort of trailer-park culture he knew as a youth, Andrews appeared as a thoroughly bizarre backwoods deputy in the horror comedy "Cabin Fever" (reuniting with his Rock City co-star James DeBello). The actor regularly makes similarly oddball turns in films such as the severed-finger...

Guiseppe Andrews grew up moving from one trailer park to another before he and his father were cast in a local infomercial, indirectly leading the then 10-year-old Andrews to a small role in the unlikely romance movie "Getting It Right" (1989). Following an appearance in the droll family dramedy "Unstrung Heroes" and a regular role on the short-lived classroom sitcom "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher," the actor gained a worldwide audience as the son of a drunken crop duster in the blockbuster alien-invasion thriller "Independence Day." In 1999, the same year he broke out as a capable adult star in the bawdy road movie "Detroit Rock City," Andrews grounded his film career in avant-garde endeavors rather than mainstream pursuits, writing and directing the twisted, low-budget coming-of-age film "Touch Me in the Morning." While continuing to imbue self-directed experimental projects such as "Grandpa" and "Period Piece" with the sort of trailer-park culture he knew as a youth, Andrews appeared as a thoroughly bizarre backwoods deputy in the horror comedy "Cabin Fever" (reuniting with his Rock City co-star James DeBello). The actor regularly makes similarly oddball turns in films such as the severed-finger mystery "Careless" and the existential surveillance-camera thriller "Look."

VIEW THE FULL BIOGRAPHY

Filmographyclose complete filmography

DIRECTOR:

1.

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Careless (2007)
2.
 Look (2007)
3.
 Go-Getter, The (2007)
4.
 Cabin Fever (2002) Deputy Winston
5.
 Never Been Kissed (1999) Denominator (At South Glen South)
6.
 Detroit Rock City (1999) Lex
7.
 Other Sister, The (1999) Tough Guy Trevor (At The Tech School)
8.
 Pleasantville (1998) Howard
9.
 American History X (1998) Jason
10.
 David and Lisa (1998) Joey
VIEW THE FULL FILMOGRAPHY

Please support TCMDB by adding to this information.

Click here to contribute