Andrew Rajan started out as an apprentice Mechanical Engineer with the MoD, working on steam locomotives, F1 cars, elephant's teeth and meteorites. Having travelled the globe, he studied at the Guildhall School, carving a career primarily in television, appearing in the BAFTA award-winning dramas Loved Up and Holding On, as well as The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and the stage World Premier of Hanif Kureishi's Intimacy.
Andrew has served several juries, including: the BAFTA's for Comedy, the Sony Radio Awards for Drama and the RTA television awards.
He recently also completed two stage plays 'Mental' and ‘Afghanistan’ as well as two novels: ‘Cathedrals In The Sky’ and ‘The Big Game’. In 2014, he was invited to create and run a film course for the British Council, Nepal