Andrew Binger is an actor, educator & community leader and activist from Bloomfield, NJ. Andrew is a graduate of Drew University, where he studied English & Theatre Arts. Additionally, he had intensive acting training at the London Dramatic Academy.
Andrew has a variety of notable credits in theatre; appearing as Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird at the Forestburgh Playhouse, Brian in the World Premiere of Love You Like a Sis at the Hudson Guild and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in The Mountaintop at Villagers Theatre. Recently, Andrew starred as Sam in the World Premiere of Pia Wilson’s Down Neck and will appear alongside Brandon Dirden & Crystal Dickinson (as Moving Man) in A Raisin in the Sun at Two River Theatre.
On the film side Andrew starred in the short film, Conversations Centered Around Black Bodies which was selected to the Broadway International Film Festival. Other film credits include Jed in Why We Worry, Delmar in Z’Lectrik & Marcus in Underachievers all slated for release in 2017.
Andrew enjoys giving life to new works and has appeared in developmental readings by playwrights such as Reg E. Gaines, Chisa Hutchinson, Pia Wilson, Joseph Krawczyk, EM Lewis and David Lee White, among others.
Currently, Andrew teaches history, and electives in film and public speaking at the world renowned Newark Boys Chorus School. He is the current Vice-Curator for the Newark Global Shapers, the Associate Director for the Special Ensemble and a fellow for Leadership Newark (CO’ 2018).