Andrew Alexander is known for the significant contributions he has made to comedy. In addition, he does writing and production at the SCTV network. He has also played a substantial role in professionally developing some top comedians, including Dan Aykroyd, Eugene Levy, and John Candy. Andrew’s work has included development and production efforts in television comedy, theatrical comedy, improv, and more.

Andrew Alexander has been well recognized across the field of comedy. His stage and television work has won multiple Jeff awards and Emmy awards. While in his area, he has developed work for the highest-profile entertainment outlets, including Disney, MGM, HBO, Comedy Central, CBS, NBC, and ABC. Andrew is an innovative producer and influential television, film, and theatre producer widely recognized as the Second City Theatre Company leader.

Moreover, Andrew has severally been honored by various institutions in his career field. He has received the Gilda’s Magic Award from the Gilda’s Club award, the League of Chicago Theatres’s 2009 Artistic Leadership Award, and the Canadian Comedy Chairman’s Award. Additionally, in 2009, he was honored and recognized as the Chicago Tribune’s Chicagoan of the Year.

Andrew Alexander was born and raised in London in England. He undertook his studies at Toronto’s Ryerson University and Indian Tri-State College. The variety of experiences acquired while working as a magazine editor, tree salesman, and truck driver have contributed much to his comedy career. Despite Andrew’s efforts taking him to many places around the globe, he spends much of his time and efforts in Chicago and Los Angeles. Spending much of his actions in these places is ascribed to the fact that they are prominent entertainment and comedy centers.

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