Andrea Nelson is a classically trained actress, martial artist and former Junior-Olympian ski racer born in Seattle, WA. She has been acting since age six, with her first professional credit at the Intiman Theatre at ten years old for the premiere of Lynn Redgrave's play, The Mandrake Root. Her first television debut came at age thirteen, with twelve episodes of Bill Nye's show, The Eyes of Nye. She studied acting for the next fifteen years, receiving numerous national accolades and awards, performing in over 50 full length plays and graduating from Western Washington University with BFA's in Acting and English. In Los Angeles, her studies continued under Martin Landau at the Actor's Studio before he passed. Her film career spans national television credits to web series and everything in between; most recently, Andrea Nelson landed a co-star on This Is Us opposite Chris Geere and Chrissy Metz (2022). You can also see her on Modern Family alongside Sofia Vergara and Ed O'Neill, as well as one of the leads in the LGBTQ+ comedy series BIFL (which has over 1 million total views), and much more.