Updated 30th January 2004

Andrew Fraser

Played by Mark Elstob

Andrew Fraser official photo card


IMDB entry for: Mark Elstob

Appeared: 15th February 2001 - January 2002?

Profile from former Official Site

Played by Mark Elstob
First Appearance on 15th February 2001
Job; Stud Farm Manager

2001
Andrew sees opportunities in Emmerdale - the Tates are wealthy and because the Stud Farm is a potential gold mine, he wants a piece of it.

Andrew first appears after Virginia suggests him for the Stud Manager’s job. Chris is away visiting Tara and Zoe, so she takes the opportunity to hire Andrew in his absence.

Chris is annoyed when he returns to find that Andrew has been hired, and that he has taken a shine to Charity. Andrew offers to give Charity a riding lesson, she gladly takes him up on the offer.

Since moving to Emmerdale Andrew has had relationships with Nicola. Virginia and Lady Tara. He has now set his sites on Kathy.
He fell in love with Kathy who then moved to Australia to live closer to her niece. The Home Farm Stud was sold and Andrew went to work as a Stud Manager in Ireland.

A Huge Big Thank you to Paul Berridge who has made various profiles and photos availabe to me. They were previously on his Beckindale site (that is no more). This is one of those profiles - although the coloured boxes have been added.

Mark was Trained at The Central School of Speach and Drama

Credits:

Theatre: Visconte de Nanjac in AN IDEAL HUSBAND directed by Sir Peter Hall (Old Vic and national Tour), Charles Ryder in BRIDESHEAD REVISITED (National Tour), Rosencrantz and cover to Hamlet in HAMLET directed by Sir Peter Hall (Gielgud Theatre and National Tour), Nareboth in SALOME directed by Steven Berkoff (UK and World Tour), Orsino in TWELTH NIGHT (Liverpool Playhouse), Behemouth and Yeshua in THE MASTER AND MARGERITA (Almeida), Phoebus in THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (Young Vic and National Tour), YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN and MAN IN A BOTTLE (Live Theatre, Newcastle), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM as demetrius, Prince Hal in HENRY IV part 1, and Claudio in MEASURE FOR MEASURE (all at St.George's Theatre, London), D'Artagnan in THE THREE MUSKETEERS (Polka Theatre, Wimbledon)and Richard in RATTLE OF A SIMPLE MAN (The Mill at Sonning).

Television: Owen in Eastenders (BBC), Tim in FAMILIES (Granada), Ben Porter in A TIME TO DANCE (Harlech), Romeo in ROMEO AND JULIET (Dragonvision/Channel 4), Bernard Barlett in THE BLACK CANDLE (Worldwide/TV Network).

Film: Ramon de Medina in THE MONK (Celtic Films/Universal), Lord Young in LADY JANE (Paramount), Lt.Hughes in A HAZARD OF HEARTS (CBS).

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