Andrew O'Shanick

Andrew O'Shanick

Andrew O’Shanick is an NYC-based actor and singer. As an accomplished violinist, classically trained opera singer, multi-time national champion horseman, and a four-year member of the Meisner-based Matthew Corozine Studio in NYC, Andrew is equally at home in front of a camera or an audience. Favorite credits of his include Emile De Becque in South Pacific at Flat Rock Playhouse, All is Calm at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Sunday in the Park with George at Huntington Theatre Company, EMT on NBC’s The Blacklist, and a spot in the final season of The Office as a member of Andy Bernard’s a cappella group. Upcoming, he’ll be appearing in Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse Productions’ film Mr. Harrigan’s Phone based on the short story by Stephen King, and in the ensemble of Harmony at National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene.

Calendar

Event Date
Feb 4
A Girl I Know
Matt
54 Below
New York, NY
Event Date
Mar 23
to
May 8
Harmony
Ensemble
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene
New York, NY

Artist Bio

Andrew O’Shanick is an NYC-based actor and singer. Originally from outside of Richmond, VA, he has performed on stage, on screen, and over the radio for over two decades. As an accomplished violinist, classically trained opera singer, multi-time national champion horseman, and a four-year member of the Meisner-based Matthew Corozine Studio in NYC, Andrew is equally at home in front of a camera or an audience. Favorite credits of his include Emile De Becque in South Pacific at Flat Rock Playhouse, All is Calm at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Sunday in the Park with George at Huntington Theatre Company, EMT on NBC’s The Blacklist, and a spot in the final season of The Office as a member of Andy Bernard’s a cappella group. Upcoming, he’ll be appearing in Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse Productions’ film Mr. Harrigan’s Phone based on the short story by Stephen King, and in the ensemble of Harmony at National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene.

Updated 1.10.22

Video

Instrument Reel- Violin, Electric Bass, Piano, Guitar.

TV/Film Reel

“Agony” from Into the Woods