Andrew Mitakides is a golf professional, currently located in Fredericksburg, VA. He played college golf at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, and on a variety of junior tours.
Andrew has competed in collegiate and amateur golf tournaments nationwide. He was the medalist at the Washington and Lee University tournament in 2003, and played on a state championship team in high school. He served as a People to People sports ambassador (golf) to Ireland. Andrew was a member of the Alter High School golf team that won the state champtionhship in Ohio in 1999.
Also an accomplished actor, Andrew's stage credits range from Shakespearean theater to musicals and physical comedy. His wide-ranging stage roles include "Macbeth"[McDuff], "Streetcar Named Desire," "Rashomon" [Takehiro, the husband], "West Side Story," and "The Sound of Music" [Kurt von Trapp]. His performance as Roger Tramplemain in "Noises Off" won standing ovations at every performance.
In 2009, Andrew appeared in the Kensington Theater (Washington, DC area) production of in "One Red Flower," an ensemble musical set in Vietnam, 1969. Andrew is George, one of the four male leads, and won top reviews for his song, "My Vietnam." Andrew also portrayed "Mr. Flip" in the Capitol Fringe Festival production of "Freakshow," where rave reviews called his performance "convincing" and "jaw-dropping." "Freakshow" was voted among the "Best of Fringe" finalists. He has also appeared this year in the title role of "Willie Wonka."
His first feature film was "Shoebox," in which he plays one of the three male leads, aspiring songwriters.
Andrew has also done extensive modeling and voice-over work.