Andrew St. John

 

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Andrew St. John, who was born in Millinocket, Maine on July 9, 1982, launched his career in 2003 by appearing in ABC's hit soap opera General Hospital as Kyle Radcliffe. He began his career during the early 2000s, and has been cast on numerous roles ever since.

Also in 2003, Andrew St. John appeared in the movie Three Wishes. Directed and written by Sophie Lacombe, the short film was about a melancholy man who creates magical stories for children. This allowed the actor to gain more exposure, soon receiving a role in the sitcom What I Like About You. He was on the episode “Val and Holly’s Not Boyfriends,” which saw him working with the series stars Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth. The Dan Schneider-created show allowed Andrew to expand his acting prowess. Soon, the actor was given a role as the ill-fated teenager Daniel Kleiner in CSI: Miami. In 2005, he was seen portraying the character Dalton on the CSI:NY episode titled “Manhattan Manhunt.” The intense finale was his second stint on the CBS third hit primetime spin-off from the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation universe. He has also appeared on the short film Homefront, written and directed by Justin Bull. In 2006, Andrew St. John was seen on the series Vanished, a dramatic thriller from the Fox network. He was also in Criminal Minds, playing the character Jeremy Collins for the episode “Somebody’s Watching” that year. He soon joined the cast of the CW series Life is Wild. He portrays the character Jesse Weller, the son of Jo and Danny, played by Stephanie Niznik and D.W. Moffett respectively. In 2008, Andrew St. John landed a role on the comedy horror film The Caretaker. He was next chosen to play the character Billy Price on Timothy J. Nelson’s The Assignment, a family drama starring Lindsey Godfrey and Jake Thomas.




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