Actor and Producer
Andrew Espinoza Long is a producer, actor, and writer currently living in Hollywood, CA. His passion for film and media began at a young age, when all Andy wanted to do was play video games and write stories about ninjas and the martial arts.
Andy’s love for acting began when he was very little. He and his older brother would dress up as clowns and entertain their little sister’s friends at all the birthday parties. Although Andy was too young to learn many magic tricks, he would create voices and characters to keep the children laughing while his older brother performed. His love for entertaining never let up, and still to this day he will do almost anything to get a laugh from his friends, no matter how ridiculous he may appear.
During his high school years, Andy realized he didn’t fit in to the stereotypical “popular crowd”, and instead took to the underground rave scene. Andy created his own dance team that was known for having a nose for mischief, called the X-Men. It was here that Andy encountered his first taste of fame; the X-Men became the “it” crowd of his school.
While in college, Andy began to expand his mind and discovered his love for poetry and philosophy. He began reading Shakespeare, Tupac Shakur and the writings of the great Bruce Lee. His love for martial arts intensified and with it, his respect for humanity and helping others.
When it came time to pick a major, Andy decided on Political Science and Journalism. He came to the conclusion that in order to help the world, he must first learn how to understand how society works. To this day, Andy plans on pursuing politics as a career sometime down the road.
After college Andy opened up his first business, a personal training studio called “So Cal So Fit”, he began helping people build up their self esteem and attain the mind, body and soul they always strived for. It was during this time that Andy also began working with children, as a part time after school counselor. During his free time, Andy still volunteers for many grade schools and is always finding new ways to keep the children smiling, even if it includes himself being the butt of many jokes.
Now living in Los Angeles, Andy started his own production company, Vermont Cowboy Productions, and is blessed with all of the great opportunities that have come his way. He often hangs out with his fellow cast members of “Gregory Way” and he still has that nose for mischief.