Andre Fyffe

At the young age of 20, North West London actor André Fyffe is played the lead role in Susie McKenna’s production of Macbeth, invited to perform at Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Hackney Empire.
André found his passion and confidence for performing at age 10 while attending the Willesden Drama Workhouse, where he spent 6 years immersing himself in roles both on stage and backstage.

He then undertook 2 years of specialised training at the Sylvia Young School of Performing Arts, and spent a further 2 years at the prestigious Kingdom School of Arts. Here he experienced a unique combination of part-time, vocational screen acting and theatre training in state-of-the-art facilities with an inspiring teaching faculty of professional practitioners.

During college, André has appeared in a range of short films, including Film5 Scruffbag productions, as well as simultaneously, he creating on his own project ‘My Cousin Reece’ which was highly successful, attracting thousands of online viewers. He has also worked professionally on Sky’s Pick TV series “What’s Up.”

André continues to grow with experience and expand his versatility. He is currently in 3 short films: “Give & Pull” and “Between Lovers,” both being screened at BFI this year, as well as ‘Epiphany,’ where he plays protagonist Lenny, who devotes himself to God after a tumultuous series of events. Finally, André has been in feature film ‘The Absent Movie,’ which is heading towards a cinema release.