Andrew Polec was born in Philadelphia. After graduating from a master's program at Brown University in 2015, he moved to New York City and auditioned for the workshop of the Bat Out of Hell musical.

He recently played Matt in The Fantasticks (off-Broadway), John Andre in The General from America (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), Troilus in Troilus and Cressida (Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble), Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol and Peter in Ivanov (Trinity Repertory Company), and Max in Where the Wild Things Are (Providence Fringe Festival). Other productions include: The Tooth of Crime, Pericles, Twelfth Night, In the Blood, The Hunchback of Seville, Melena, and Es Mentira.

Albums include Ben Fold’s Presents: University A Capella and Welcome to Khat House. Veteran MTV watchers might recognize him from a featured role in SuperMade.

Andrew holds an MFA from the Brown University/Trinity Repertory program and a BA in English and Music from the University of Rochester in association with the Eastman School of Music.

On 17th September 2017, Andrew won the "Joe Allen Best West End Debut Award" for his role as Strat in Bat Out Of Hell, at The Stage Debut Awards. [1]


Work with Jim SteinmanEdit

References Edit

  1. Bat out of Hell’s Andrew Polec beats Hollywood stars to win the Joe Allen Best West End Debut Award
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