Andrew James Tiernan was born on 30 November 1965 and is a British actor and director.
11 Facts About Andrew Tiernan
In 2008, Andrew Tiernan returned to the theatre in Dorota Maslowska's A Couple of Poor, Polish-Speaking Romanians at the Soho Theatre.
Andrew Tiernan played Piers Gaveston in Derek Jarman's controversial film of Christopher Marlowe's Edward II in 1991, after appearing in Lynda La Plante's award-winning drama Prime Suspect.
Andrew Tiernan then went on to star in the 2001 thriller, Mr In-Between, directed by Paul Sarossy.
Andrew Tiernan played Szalas in Roman Polanski's film The Pianist.
Andrew Tiernan worked with Antonia Bird on a number of improvisational film productions, including Safe, Face, Rehab and Spooks.
Andrew Tiernan starred in Zack Snyder's 300, an adaptation of the Frank Miller graphic novel, in which he portrayed Ephialtes of Trachis.
Andrew Tiernan portrayed the character again in the sequel 300: Rise of an Empire.
Andrew Tiernan appeared as Captain Martin Stone in Marko Makilaakso's Stone's War.
In 1993, Andrew Tiernan appeared in the series Cracker in the episode "To Say I Love You".
In 2015, Andrew Tiernan made his directorial debut with the feature film Dragonfly, followed in 2017 by UK18, and in 2019 by Break Clause.