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Andrew Trischitta has been in the business since 2003 and started out doing numerous print jobs and commercials. His big break came in 2011 when he booked the role of "Jack Manning" on ABCs daytime drama One Life to Live. Right from the start Andrew was thrown into a big and sensitive storyline revolving around bullying. Within his first airdates it would be revealed that his character was bullying fellow recurring teen character. The storyline dealt with Jack bullying Shane to the point of trying to commit suicide, and later Jack's actions for another 'prank' on Shane resulted in a death. It was during this storyline that Andrew was put on contract with the soap opera, and he remained with the show until it's final episode aired on ABC in January of 2012. Andrew won the Young Actor's Award for his role on OLTL.

In 2013, Andrew signed with Prospect Park to resume his role of Jack Manning, when they were working on producing all new episodes of One Life to Live. The show made its debut at the end of April on Hulu, iTunes, and FX Canada, quickly climbing to the top of the charts for both online outlets. It was history in the making as no other soap operas had made a move from network television to online series, and Andrew was thrilled to be along for the ride.

When One Life to Live ended later that year he made the move to Los Angeles and is currently a junior at UCLA in the School of Theater, Film, and Television. Andrew played lead role of Patrick in The Kentucky Cycle at UCLA, and works under master carpenter at ucla for set construction. Andrew is also a proud member of UCLA's Beta Theta Pi and an honors student. In 2015 Andrew booked the web-series, Youthful Daze. Andrew recurred in multiple episodes as Travis Montgomery.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Colette Palmerio /CP Talent Management

Trivia (1)

Plays soccer. He also enjoys snowboarding and video games.

Personal Quotes (1)

It's a great opportunity for me. Everyone in the cast and crew of OLTL are friendly, and they make me feel comfortable.

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