ACTOR . MAGICIAN .OCCASIONALLY FUNNY
"It takes courage to make a fool of yourself."
Andrew Korzenik was born in a log cabin in 1809. He went on to serve as the 16th President of the United States until his untimely death at the hands of John Wilkes Booth. Ok, maybe that was Lincoln, but to be fair, Andrew is also a tall guy from Illinois who will probably die in a theater.
Andrew Korzenik is actually an Actor and complete nerd, from the inarguably best pizza city in the world, Chicago Illinois. He first discovered acting at the young age of five, where he played a lost boy in "Peter Pan" and has been involved in theater ever since. As a teenager, Andrew became a member of the first class of American Theater Company's Youth Ensemble. From there he went on to Pursue his BFA in Acting at Ithaca College which he will earn in Spring 2018. He also holds an SAFD certification in Rapier and Dagger.
In addition to his training at Ithaca College, Andrew Korzenik has intensively studied improv, sketch, and stand up comedy at the Second City Training Center. He also taught himself the skills to work as a part time Magician and is available as a performing or consulting magician upon request.
Clips from Andrew's On Camera Acting Work
Live Performances Reel
Clips of miscellaneous live performances.
Sibling Rivalries Pilot
A competitive hidden camera/improv show produced by and staring James and Andrew Korzenik.
Ithaca College Showcase/Field Studies Week
March 5-9, 2018
Andrew Korzenik will be attending Field Studies week and performing in a senior showcase along with other members of the Ithaca College Theater Arts Class of 2018.
Sense and Sensibility Ithaca College
March 27-21, 2018
Andrew is proud to announce that he'll be performing in Ithaca College's production of Sense and Sensibility in the roles of Thomas/Doctor.
Sibling Rivalries first shoot
After months of pre-production, Andrew, his brother James, and a small ragtag crew of Chicago techies, completed their first day of shooting for their improv comedy pilot; Sibling Rivalries.