More Andrew Lincoln Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Love Actually)With his easygoing charm and impressive acting skills, Andrew Lincoln has become a familiar and popular presence in British film, television, theatre and radio.
Following completion of his studies at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Lincoln soon became known to British television audiences as the good-hearted Egg, one of a group of young professionals sharing a London flat on the popular and influential dramatic series This Life, co-starring Jack Davenport and Amita Dhiri. Lincoln's television work also includes starring in the recent series Teachers, as well as in the telefilms Woman in White, Bomber and Likeness in Stone. His additional television credits include Drop the Dead Donkey, N7, Overhere, Bramwell and Saving Grace.
Lincoln's growing list of feature film credits include The Jury, I Know the Place, Boston Kick Out, Human Traffic, Gangster No. 1 and Offending Angels.
Andrew has been seen in two productions for the acclaimed National Theatre: director Thea Shorrock's production of Free and in Roger Michell's controversial hit Blue/Orange (which transferred to the West End). He also starred in the Hampstead Theatre's production and the national tour of Hushaby Mountain, as well as in Sugar, Sugar at the Bush Theatre.
His work for radio includes Private Wheelers' War for the BBC, Weird Tales, From the Slip Road of Paranoia, as well as a production of Shakespeare's As You Like It.
Bio courtesy Universal Pictures for "Love Actually" (07-Nov-2003)