Andrea Abello is a Colombian-American actor/singer/poet based in New York City. A proud trilingual dual-citizen, she speaks Spanish, English, and French fluently.
Andrea just graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Drama and minors in French + Applied Theatre. During her time at NYU, Andrea trained at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Stonestreet Film/TV Studio, and spent a semester abroad in Paris.
She is currently residing in Louisville, KY as she's part of the Professional Training Company at at Actor's Theatre of Louisville, where she's working with leading American Theatre innovators: Les Waters, Dave Malloy, Meredith McDonough, Lila Neugebauer and The Mad Ones, Isaac Gomez, Jaclyn Backhaus, Jason Gray Platt, Dipika Guha, Jess Fisch, Brian Otaño, and many many others. She is cast in three shows in the Mainstage 2017-18 season (Dracula, A Christmas Carol, Little Bunny Foo Foo), will be writing/performing a Solo Mio (one-woman show) in October, will be seen in The 2018 Humana Festival, and will appear in a showcase with her cohorts at the end April in which many leading casting directors, agents, and managers will attend.
When she's not on the stage, you can find her doing one of many other things: serving as a teaching artist for underserved communities with ASTEP (Artists Striving End Poverty) and other arts outreach organizations, drinking copious amounts of black coffee, continuing to be an avid reader, listening to music on her record player, performing her slam poetry at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and rummaging through bins at thrift stores. Apart from all of these wonderful things, Andrea's other great passion is for traveling. Check out the Travel Tab for photos of her adventures abroad.