upto 15 mins : $ 6.00
upto 30 mins : $ 12.00
upto 60 mins : $ 20.00
Andrew Kaplan is an experienced character actor based in Atlanta. Let's dive into your scene and find ways to provide you with the support and advice you desire. I try to keep it fun and relaxed.
Kaplan's training include The Groundlings, Tim Phillips, James DuMont, Kimberly Graham, CSA and Drama Inc.
Kaplan has worked on as a recurring specialty role for multiple seasons on Ozark and Lodge 49. Some memorable times in film and tv include auctioning off a cargo plane to Tom Cruise in American Made, had Melissa McCarthy ask if I survived and explosion and spiking a carton of chinese noodles on Lodge 49.
Andrew R. Kaplan is represented by Carol Shaginaw Talent agency in Atlanta, GA. Follow Andrew on Instagram @AndrewKaplanATL and he will follow you back. You can DM him on IG as well.
You can reach him at AndrewKaplanATL@gmail.com.
Andrew Kaplan is a late in life "accidental actor". He has taken a path less travelled and most recently has had the recurring specialty role as a craps dealer on Ozark. He was also a core lodge member on AMC's Lodge 49 for 2 seasons. You will also find Kaplan in a variety of urban rap/hiphop music videos such as "Narcs" by Lil Baby.
During CoVid, Kaplan to virtual classes from The Groundlings, Tim Phillips, James DuMont, Kimberly Graham, Judy Kain. He is a member/alumni of Sam Christensen Method, Wendy Alane Wright's Hollywood Winner's Circle and Wendy Braun's SBW group.
His early career included working in startup phases of NBC Radio at 30 Rock, HBO and The Movie Channel. After leaving HBO he built one of the first sales technology consulting firms and was an early adopter and expert in the Social Media space where he produced and hosted the first Social Media Motorsports Summit for NASCAR.
Trivia: Kaplan was a summer intern at NBC Radio at 30 Rock where he was the "N" Car driver representing the station at concerts with the highlight meeting and presenting an WNBC radio satin jacket to Bruce Springsteen backstage after his first major concert at MSG. He also helped award live on the air over $100,000 dollars worth of prizes during the "WNBC is Going to Make me Rich" promotion.