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Andersen Gabrych

Andersen Gabrych
Born (1973-09-04) September 4, 1973 (age 40)
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Actor

Andersen Gabrych is an American comic book writer and actor. He was born on September 4, 1973 in Tokyo, Japan and raised in Chico, California, where he was known as "Ande."

Biography

As an actor he has appeared in the films Edge of Seventeen, Boys Life 4: Four Play, Gypsy 83, Hit and Runway, and Another Gay Movie (and its sequel). Off-Broadway he has appeared in productions at The Public Theater, New York Theater Workshop, Ensemble Studio Theater, the Westbeth, and Here!

As a writer he has written Batman, Detective Comics, Batgirl, Catwoman, and Omega Men.[1][2] He is a regular contributor and travel writer for LA Confidential Magazine.

In 2010, Gabrych's original graphic novel Fogtown was published by Vertigo Comics under the Vertigo Crime imprint, a collaboration with artist Brad Rader.

He currently lives in Los Angeles and performs regularly at the Comedy Central Stage's Sit n' Spin reading series. He is openly gay.[3]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Andersen Gabrych at the Comic Book DB
Preceded by
Ed Brubaker
Detective Comics writer
2004-2005
Succeeded by
David Lapham
Preceded by
Dylan Horrocks
Batgirl writer
2005-2006
Succeeded by
Adam Beechen

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