Andrea Hart Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth
Andrea Hart Biography
Andrea Hart is an actress from America. She is best known for starring in Traces, 2019 TV series as Janine Muir, and for her role in Miss Monday as Gloria
Andrea Hart Age|Birthday
Hart has not revealed her exact date of birth or place of birth. However, we shall update as soon as the information is available to the public.
Andrea Hart Family
Little about Hart’s family is known. She has not given any details about her parents or siblings to the public. However, we shall update on this as soon as the information is out.
Andrea Hart Career
Hart has appeared in various television series and films such as Humans, 2015 as Protest Leader.Furthermore, in the series Miss Monday, 1998 as Gloria, and as Gaby/Rhoda Mellor in Taggart.
Moreover, in Traces, a British television crime drama produced by RED Production Company (a STUDIOCANAL company). She also appeared as Janine Muir SIFA’S receptionist. The show was co-created and written by Amelia Bullmore and Val McDermid which premiered on Alibi in December 2019. Moreover, it was an original concept by McDermid.
In addition, the series was rerun on BBC One on 4th January 2021. Moreover, the series was revived by Alibi for Compston a second six-episode season in September 2020. It was then scheduled for release in 2021.
Additionally, other cast members include Jeniffer Spence as Professor Kathy Torrence, Martin as Daniel MacAfee. In addition Molly Windows had the role of Emma Hodges.
She began her career as a model and ventured into the showbiz industry. In addition, she is one of the popular actresses in the world of cinema. However, her hobbies include, photography, reading, learning, internet surfing and travelling.
Hart won The Special Jury Prize for Miss Monday in the year 1998. Moreover, she has been nominated once for The Independent Spirit Award in 1999 for best debut performance.
Andrea Hart Net worth
Hart’s net worth is still under review. However, we shall update as soon as the information is publicly out.