Andrea Anders

as Christian Band Slut in the movie Never Been Thawed

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Was born at 10 May 1975 (now is 42 years old) in Madison, Wisconsin, USA

1993 graduate of DeForest Area High School, in DeForest, Wisconsin. Attended the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, earning abachelor degree of fine arts in 1997. From there, attended RutgersUniversity in New Jersey, earning a master of fine arts in 2001. Afterleaving Rutgers, headed to the New York area to work on her actingcareer.

After 2 years in New York, moved to Los Angeles and worked onsome unsuccessful pilots before landing her role on "Joey" (2004) co-starring 'Matt LeBlanc (I)' and'Drea de Matteo' . .

There is some small facts about Andrea Anders:
  • Sister of writer/director 'Sean Anders' and 'Torri Anders' .
  • Her name is from the Greek name Andreas, which was derived from andreios "manly, masculine", a derivative of aner "man".
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There is the list of movies, where Andrea Anders was taked part:
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1 Never Been Thawed movie Never Been Thawed 2005 as Christian Band Slut
2 The 31st Annual Peoples Choice Awards movie The 31st Annual Peoples Choice Awards 2005 as Herself - Winner
3 Cuz-Bros movie Cuz-Bros 2014 as Stacey
4 Divorce: A Love Story movie Divorce: A Love Story 2013 as Robin
5 How We Live movie How We Live 2015 as Natalie Harris
6 Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? movie Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? 2016 as Jenna Keely
7 Lady Friends movie Lady Friends 2012 as Nicole Lambert
8 Mamarazzi movie Mamarazzi 2014 as Andrea
9 Return to Zero movie Return to Zero 2014 as Trish
10 Sex Drive movie Sex Drive 2008 as Brandy
11 The 33rd Annual Peoples Choice Awards movie The 33rd Annual Peoples Choice Awards 2007 as Herself
12 The Big D movie The Big D 2009 as Jane Dupree
13 The Stepford Wives movie The Stepford Wives 2004 as Heather
14 About a Boy movie About a Boy 2014 as Joanne
15 Better Off Ted movie Better Off Ted 2009 as Linda Zwordling
16 Canada A.M. movie Canada A.M. 1972 as Herself
17 Joey movie Joey 2004 as Alex Garrett
18 Law & Order movie Law & Order 1990 as Emily Hoyt
19 Modern Family movie Modern Family 2009 as Amber
20 Mr. Sunshine movie Mr. Sunshine 2011 as Alice
21 Necessary Roughness movie Necessary Roughness 2011 as Laura Radcliffe
22 Numb3rs movie Numb3rs 2005 as Rena Vining
23 One Life to Live movie One Life to Live 1968 as Elaine (Starr's nanny) (1998)
24 Oz movie Oz 1997 as Donna Degenhart
25 The Class movie The Class 2006 as Nicole Allen
26 The Guiding Light movie The Guiding Light 1952 as Ellie, Olivia's assistant (2001)
27 Tru Calling movie Tru Calling 2003 as Cathy/Chris Barronson
28 Unusually Thicke movie Unusually Thicke 2014 as Tanya's Friend
29 Up Close with Carrie Keagan movie Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2007 as Herself - Guest
There is the list of some quotes of Andrea Anders:
  • When I was on "Joey" (2004) , I started coming in immediately in the morning and looking at the ratings until, after about six months, I completely gave the whole thing up, because it occurred to me that it really didn't matter. There are so many things that can go right and so many things that can go wrong that have nothing to do with me that my attitude is: "You know what? I'm going to come in (to work) until you tell me not to".
  • On early acting success: I got too big for my britches. I stopped learning and acquired a really stupid 'tough' attitude. By the time I graduated, I was overweight, smoking, drinking and I had become a really terrible actress.
  • On doing television: I absolutely love it. And I'm ridiculously fortunate to get a chance to experience the sitcom world. The schedule is extremely easy, and you get fed as an artist because you're not only working on a project, but you get to work with cameras and you get the audience there. It was difficult to see "Joey" (2004) go away, but the experience was a blast to me. If our call time was 10 a.m., then I'd get there at 6 a.m. and just hang out. I just love being welcomed onto a lot to go do your job. Every day you see the security guards, and you think, "Oh, this is so wonderful!"
  • On doing Drama vs Sitcom: Most of my training at graduate school was geared towards drama, so I feel good about it, and I can do it, but it requires a lot more work from me. I feel like with drama...well, with all acting, really, you need to honor the truth of the situation. And when you're honoring someone's devastation, it's important to me to hit the mark, to get it right. For some reason, comedy just comes easily to me, and I feel like I can do it. I don't have any doubt. When I work on drama, there's always a sense of 'Did I find this person's truth at the bottom of this?' And it's hard to tell sometimes.
  • (On what drew her to take the role as "Linda" on "Better Off Ted" (2009) ): Actually, to be honest, I'd been getting close to getting a job for approximately a month and this one got thrown into the mix and I really wanted this one. I love this character. I'm also crazy about 'Victor Fresco' .
  • (On how she relates to her "Better Off Ted" (2009) character): I know what it's like to have a crush on someone you're not supposed to have a crush on. And I know what it's like to work in an office and not want to work in an office. I understand that for sure.
  • (On similarities between herself and her character "Linda" on "Better Off Ted" (2009) ): I think I have similar characteristics to "Linda" and it's also a really interesting thing. I think this is the first time I've ever experienced a situation where, because of my friendship with the writers, they write things that I have commented on or things that I've said and that just really great because I joke with them, I go "You don't know me", but it's just a really cool thing to have them incorporate something that you would talk about. I think it's a neat relationship that's happening.
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