ANDREW GE ("GUH")
is a film and stage actor based in Los Angeles. He recently co-starred in the LGBT dramatic short film “Blue Suit”, which crowdfunded over $15,000 on Kickstarter and was written and directed by Kevin J. Nguyen. The Cambodian genocide short film “Year Zero” in which Ge played a supporting role won “Best Ensemble” at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival in November 2019. Ge also had a supporting role in the comedic web series “Tiny Laughs” which premiered on Revry in January 2020.
On stage, Ge performed with East West Players in their 2019 musical production of “Mamma Mia”, the highest-grossing production at David Henry Hwang Theater in their 53 years running. Since then, he has performed as an actor/singer/dancer in shows such as “Crazy Talented Asians” at East West Players and “Diva Speakeasy” at The Rockwell.
Commercially, he has appeared in a number of regional, national, and international commercial campaigns for companies such as FitBit, Nintendo, Target, DJI, and Toyota.
Ge was born in upstate New York and raised in Orange County. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering as a photographer for non-profits such as the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE), geeking out over Futurama and matcha green tea, and jet-setting to travel destinations all around the world.