Andrew Bowser

Andrew Bowser is an American actor, writer and director best known for his film collaborations with Joseph M. Petrick, including co-directing and starring in the independent comedy The Mother of Invention. Bowser also wrote, directed and starred in Jimmy Tupper Vs. The Goatman of Bowie which premiered at the 2010 South By Southwest Film Festival. Andrew Paul Bowser was born in Bowie, MD. As a child he worked as an actor in theater, television and film. He portrayed the role of the sickly child, Colin in the international tour of The Secret Garden, the role of young Henry in Henry Hill and guest starred in an episode of Homicide: Life on the Street opposite Elijah Wood. While attending The School of Visual Arts, where he majored in film, he met Joseph M. Petrick and the two began collaborating on short films. In 2001, the two created a short film called Notes From The Rogues Gallery that would be the precursor to the film they would make in 2006. Bowser & Petrick also co-directed the music video of Eponine for the band Ozma in 2002 which was selected by Kung-Fu Records through a running online contest.




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