Andrei's Profile


Andrei Alen Headshot-2014



Andrei has a naturally inquisitive and engaging voice.




His voiceover work can be heard on the Discovery Channel and Radio Helsinki among other outlets.

He also does language supervision for voiceovers in London.



Andrei is a graduate of the notorious East 15 Acting School.

He was born in Helsinki, Finland, but moved to the beautiful Berkshire country side at the tender age two. This double rooted life style has given him the unique opportunity to work in both countries.



Since graduating he has worked steadily in theatre, film and TV.


You may have seen him in the new Johnny English film, in the BBC 1 Christmas family comedy "Lapland" with the likes of Sue Johnston and Stephen Graham or playing Macbeth at "The Scoop" theatre in London.


His first leading role comes in the form of "in Me" produced by Dollar Factory Films. It is currently doing the rounds at different festivals around the world and is slated for general release at the end of the year.


In Finland he stared in the sixth and final instalment of the hugely successful Finnish crime saga "Vares". It topped the Finnish box office and was one of the most watched films of the year.


American audiences were introduced to Andrei through Lionsgates vampire thriller "The Thompsons", which is the sequel to the award winning "The Hamiltons" directed by Butcher Brothers.


Last year he played lieutenant Bill Graves on German network ZDF's "Eine Frage der Ehre". The film is a part of the their "Rosamunde Pilcher" series.


Other professional credits include:

include: FruitDistrictFilms “Dumar Vol.2.”

Sabotage Theatre's Edinburgh Fringe production “What All the

Rabbits Are doing”

Aisha Zia’s stage adaptation of Fyodor

Dostoevsky “A Nasty Story” titled “An Indecent incident.”



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