Born in Washington DC, Andy now lives in New York City. He holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Rutgers University where he studied acting with William Esper. He has performed in Europe at English Theatre in Vienna, Austria and toured the United States with The Acting Company. In the film “Up Close and Personal’ he had a one on one scene with screen legend Robert Redford. In New York he performed with Christopher Plummer at Lincoln Center in Shakespeare’s “King Lear” directed by Sir Jonathan Miller. His professional debut came when he was 12 years old at Arena Stage in Washington in DC in Brecht’s “Caucasian Calk Circle”. His father Robert Prosky was a member of the resident acting company of Arena Stage for 25 years before starting a Film and Television career that included 3 seasons on “Hill Street Blues” and many successful feature films such as “Dead Man Walking”, “The Natural”, and “Mrs. Doutfire”(in which he appears with Andy). His father and he performed in Arthur Miller’s “The Price” with Andy’s brother John Prosky at the historic Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia and at Theatre J in Washington DC. Andy is an avid guitar player and is partial to Tobasco sauce.