Previous paid speaking roles
Andrew Vial is a unique and fit film actor who can play diverse characters in the age range 50-75 years. He had his first acting role in the 1959 Hollywood production 'On The Beach' directed by Stanley Kramer with Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner.
He has been trained in Comedy/TV Presentation at N.I.D.A., has starred in the TV film, 'Secrets Of The Jury Room'. He played the character of Brigadier General Jerry Singarok in the Parliament House/UNESCO/International Women's Day performance of 'Running With Rebels', and was the national face for the Telstra Billboard call-connect television commercial entitled 'Anyone Got A Pen?'.
His Starring roles have been in 'FRACTURED MELODY’ 2019,' AIR RAGE’ 2019, 'MY LITTLE BODYGUARD’ 2019, 'OLD MEN DON’T CRY’ 2018, 'FRET NOT' 2018, ‘WHO’S THE KEEPER?' 2018, ‘EPILOGUE’ 2018, 'PIECE OF CAKE’ 2018, 'OCEAN BLUE' 2017, 'PURGATORY' 2017, 'FOR MY SOBRINA’ 2017, ‘NOW WITH CHEESE’ 2017, 'THE BACHELORETTE’ 2016, 'SUNSHINE BANSHEES' 2016, 'LEVEL SEVEN' 2016, and 'BRIDGING SYDNEY HARBOUR’. which was presented to Prince Charles and Lady Diana for the 1988 Bicentennial Concert.
His latest work is in 'Life Class' directed by Tom Cowan, 'Unbroken' directed by Angelina Jolie and a music video for band 'World Champion'. Andrew Vial has a distinctive voice which has been used to advantage in many voice-over productions.
He has given Masterclasses in Acting in many countries Videorep, Sydney Australia, from 1980 on, Jaipur, India 2012 and 2013, Kathmandu, Nepal 2012, Nashik, India 2013, Batumi, Georgia 2013 and Cartegena, Columbia, 2015.
Among his television roles have been the 100% TVCs 'FEROS CARE' 2017, 'SUPERBA KRILL OIL' 2017, as well as 'E STREET', 'MURDER CALL', 'NEIGHBOURS', 'HOME AND AWAY', and 'BLUE MURDER', and he performed at the Sydney Opera House in Verdi's 'Aida'.
International film parts include 'Priscilla Queen Of The Desert' 'The Punisher' with Dolf Lungren 'Matrix' with Keanu Reeves, and 'Les Patterson Saves The World' with Barry Humphries.
He has presented at Film Award ceremonies in Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan, and Macau, and was a performer in dance at the Sydney Olympic Games 2000 Closing Ceremony.
He is an ex NSW champion Ice Speed Skater, a martial artist with 20 years experience, and an amateur ski racer. He holds a motorcycle and car licence and has sprinted Porsche cars in club events.