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Andrew is an Irish born actor who is currently living in Los Angeles with his wife Karen Woodley and their two daughters. Through his company peeledZERO, (of which he is co-owner) he has directed two short films and wrote 'Death Valley' and 'Flush'. Connolly also contributed to the music video for the band 'Minibar' entitled 'It is what it is'.
 
Andrew is an Irish born actor who is currently living in Los Angeles with his wife Karen Woodley and their two daughters. Through his company peeledZERO, (of which he is co-owner) he has directed two short films and wrote 'Death Valley' and 'Flush'. Connolly also contributed to the music video for the band 'Minibar' entitled 'It is what it is'.
   
He appeared on TV shows such as Chuck, Heroes, ER and NCIS: Los Angeles.
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He appeared on TV shows such as [[wikipedia:Chuck (TV series)|Chuck]], [[wikipedia:Heroes (TV series)|Heroes]], [[wikipedia:ER (TV series)|ER]] and [[wikipedia:NCIS: Los Angeles|NCIS: Los Angeles]].
   
 
Andrew Connolly is also a member of [[SAG]] (the Screen Actors Guild) and [[WGA]] (the Writers Guild of America).
 
Andrew Connolly is also a member of [[SAG]] (the Screen Actors Guild) and [[WGA]] (the Writers Guild of America).

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Andrew Connolly portrayed Brother Campbell in the season 3 episode "Catch-22". Andrew is an Irish born actor who is currently living in Los Angeles with his wife Karen Woodley and their two daughters. Through his company peeledZERO, (of which he is co-owner) he has directed two short films and wrote 'Death Valley' and 'Flush'. Connolly also contributed to the music video for the band 'Minibar' entitled 'It is what it is'.

He appeared on TV shows such as Chuck, Heroes, ER and NCIS: Los Angeles.

Andrew Connolly is also a member of SAG (the Screen Actors Guild) and WGA (the Writers Guild of America).

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