An ex-track runner turned funny guy
Andrew "King Bach" Bachelor, a rising star with endorsements from heavyweights like Shaquille O'neal and Jay Pharoah (Saturday Night Live), is the man behind the new sketch comedy series King Bachelor's Pad. An alum of Florida State University and The Groundlings, Andrew is an ex-track star turned actor, director, writer and executive-producer.
Following appearances on shows such as Burn Notice and My Pyramid, Andrew established his production company, Bach Enterprises. His latest production, King Bachelor's Pad, takes modern sketch comedy to the next level with a cinematic style that closely matches that of Hollywood major motion pictures. Season One's guest stars include Robert Ri'chard (Coach Carter, Cousin Skeeter), Tamala Jones (Castle, Head of State) and Neil Brown Jr. (Weeds, The Walking Dead). Andrew has also collaborated with YouTube's biggest networks, including Comedy Shaq, Destorm Power, Alphacat, Deshawn Raw, Glozell and Just Kidding Films.
At an early age, Andrew was taught the importance of giving back and the saying, "To Whom much is given, much is required. "When both of their grandparents died within 11 months of each other, Andrew and his sister Christina launched the RuJohn Foundation to honor their names. The mission of the foundation is to provide the necessary educational tools for rural schools throughout Jamaica and the United States. The foundation also provides meals to underprivileged families during the Winter holidays.