Andy Scott Harris (United States)

    Andy (b. February 11, 1998) began his professional acting career at age 4 with commercials and industrial films. By age 7 he had decided he wanted to be an actor. He relocated to Los Angeles with his family at age 9, and immediately earned credits singing the Latin Funeral Mass in “Angels & Demons” and playing an autistic boy Johnny on “House M.D.”. Andy has performed in a number of television shows, such as “New Girl,” “Sons of Tucson,” and “Fresh Beat Band”, and has appeared in many short and feature films, one of which, "Alone", won him a Young Artist Award in 2011. His favorite project to date was starring in the feature “The Boarder” as a boy with Reactive Attachment Disorder, opposite Dee Wallace (“E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial”). Known for his expressive blue eyes, Andy recently made a cameo appearance in the summer blockbuster “Bad Teacher”, rolling his "tennis eyes" at Cameron Diaz’ bad teaching. A triple threat, Andy can be seen singing, dancing and acting at the Pasadena Playhouse this Fall 2011 in the world premiere of the musical comedy, “South Street” as Young Norton.