Andrew Worsdale is a South African actor, filmmaker and journalist known for his roles in the feature films The Fourth Reich and Faith's Corner.
Born in Johannesburg, Andrew studied drama at Wits University, then a Fulbright Scholarship for an MFA in Film and TV, at UCLA.
Active as an actor, he has appeared on stage in productions ranging from Torch Song Trilogy to King Lear. In film and television he has appeared in South African TV series Isidingo as well as in feature films ranging from Manie Van Rensburg's The Fourth Reich to Darrell James Roodt's Faith's Corner.
More recently he appeared in Dutch director Paul Ruven's feature Surprise! and Darrell James Roodt's Zimbabwe.
As a filmmaker he has made several short films and produced some documentaries including the cult underground feature-film Shot Down, which he directed in 1987.
As a journalist he has worked for the Mail & Guardian, Sunday Times, Cahiers Du Cinema, Sight and Sound and Screen International, among others.
He played the role of Tom in the second season of the SABC2 drama series 90 Plein Street, in 2009.