Andy Bray is the co-author of Making Fake Star Trek and Making More Fake Star Trek /Ep2718
Andy Bray is a husband, father, and co-author of Making Fake Star Trek and Making More Fake Star Trek. Andy grew up in Miami, Florida where, at a young age, he developed an unhealthy obsession with Star Trek – an obsession that’s finally paying dividends. In 2000, Andy moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting and was propelled into fan film stardom through his role as Chekov first in the Paramount Pictures production of “Spock’s Brain” and, secondly, as a co-star to Walter Koenig, George Takei, and Denise Crosby in three episodes of Star Trek: New Voyages. In the time since, Andy has cultivated a collection of obscure credits on his IMDB page and found his true calling as a writer.
Andy studied improv and comedy writing at The Groundlings and the Upright Citizens Brigade. He currently co-hosts, Making Fake Star Trek: The Podcast, with co-author and former New Voyages co-star, John Lim.
Andy resides in Los Angeles, CA with his wife Kelli, and their three kids.
You can find Andy, on social media, here:
- Facebook: AndyBrayStudios, MakingFakeStarTrek
- Instagram: @AndyBrayAuthor, @MakingFakeStarTrek
- Twitter: @theAndyBray, @MakingFakeTrek
- Web: MakingFakeStarTrek.com, theAndyBray.com
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