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Prolific voice actor Andrew Francis racked up more than 100 credits in various manga, video game and animation titles but also appeared in front of the screen as a Hallmark Channel regular. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1985, Francis made his voice acting debut in "Yoroiden Samurai Trooper Gaiden" (1989) and appeared on screen for the first time in TV movie "Not Our Son" (1995). Before he reached his teens, he'd landed recurring voiceover roles in "The Vision of Escaflowne" (TV Tokyo, 1996), "Extreme Dinosaurs" (Syndication, 1997) and "Brain Powerd" (WOWOW, 1998). Francis continued to rack up credits with parts in "Cybersix" (Teletoon, 1999), "RoboCop: Alpha Commando" (Syndication, 1998-99) and "Sabrina: The Animated Series" (UPN, 1999-2000) and supporting on-screen roles in sci-fi drama "The Spring" (2000), disaster movie "Epicenter" (2000) and crime caper "Knockaround Guys" (2001). "Action Man" (YTV, 2000-01), "Dragon Ball Z" (Syndication, 1996-2003), "Transformers: Armada" (Cartoon Network, 2002-03) and "X:Men: Evolution" (Kids' WB, 2000-03) were just some of the major franchises Francis put his voice to at the turn of the century before he accepted a place at the British Columbia...

Prolific voice actor Andrew Francis racked up more than 100 credits in various manga, video game and animation titles but also appeared in front of the screen as a Hallmark Channel regular. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1985, Francis made his voice acting debut in "Yoroiden Samurai Trooper Gaiden" (1989) and appeared on screen for the first time in TV movie "Not Our Son" (1995). Before he reached his teens, he'd landed recurring voiceover roles in "The Vision of Escaflowne" (TV Tokyo, 1996), "Extreme Dinosaurs" (Syndication, 1997) and "Brain Powerd" (WOWOW, 1998). Francis continued to rack up credits with parts in "Cybersix" (Teletoon, 1999), "RoboCop: Alpha Commando" (Syndication, 1998-99) and "Sabrina: The Animated Series" (UPN, 1999-2000) and supporting on-screen roles in sci-fi drama "The Spring" (2000), disaster movie "Epicenter" (2000) and crime caper "Knockaround Guys" (2001). "Action Man" (YTV, 2000-01), "Dragon Ball Z" (Syndication, 1996-2003), "Transformers: Armada" (Cartoon Network, 2002-03) and "X:Men: Evolution" (Kids' WB, 2000-03) were just some of the major franchises Francis put his voice to at the turn of the century before he accepted a place at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Francis then added "Agent Cody Banks" (2003), "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2" (2004), "Final Destination 3" (2006), "Totally Awesome" (2006) and "The Invisible" (2007) to his on-screen filmography, enjoyed three-episode stints on "The L Word" (Showtime, 2004-09) and "Tin Man" (Sci Fi Channel, 2007) and appeared in TV movies "Witness to Murder" (2007), "Devil's Diary" (2007) and "The Christmas Clause" (2008), the latter of which kick-started a long-running affiliation with the Hallmark Channel. Over the next decade, Francis continued to balance voiceover work in the likes of "Voltron Force" (Nicktoons, 2011-12), "Max Steel" (Disney XD, 2013-15) and "Slugterra" (Disney XD, 2012-16) with made-for-TV fare such as "Stranger with My Face" (2009), "Fakers" (2010), "Tom, Dick and Harriet" (2013) and "A Ring by Spring" (2014). Francis also added franchises such as My Little Pony, Lego and Beyblade to his list of voiceover work, appeared in crime thriller "Primary" (2014) and played a sleazy pornographer in "Deeper: The Retribution of Beth" (2014), a revenge horror he also co-produced. Francis then appeared in eight episodes of picturesque drama "Cedar Cove" (Hallmark Channel, 2013-15) as fisherman Derek before starring in a string of festive TV movies such as "Christmas Icetastrophe" (2014), "'Tis the Season for Love" (2015) and "Engaging Father Christmas" (2017), showing up as a deadbeat husband in small-town drama "Prodigals" (2017) and earning producer credits on teen comedy "Late Night in Suburbia" (2017) and showbiz satire "The Age of Adulting" (2018). Francis also originated the role of aspiring attorney Connor O'Brien in the popular adaptation of Sherryl Woods' novel "Chesapeake Shores" (Hallmark Channel, 2016-).

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