Andrew Malkin

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Andrew graduated from the MA Acting course at the East 15 Acting School back in 2008, and has worked continuously in the industry since then.

Sadly, he has passed away on the eve of his West End debut. He was scheduled to perform in the recently transferred "The King Speech".

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anonymous
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still cant believe he has gone... so sad, words cant describe..He will be deeply missed by everyone. Its a comfort to no that when i spoke to him last week he was so happy and excited about TKS... See you on the other side my darling xxx


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Cheska Hill-Wood

So so sad and shocked. He was such a talented and kind man and I feel so privileged that I got the chance to get to know and work with him.
I will miss him.xxx


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Nigel Peever
Nigel Peever
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I knew Andrew ( when he was Andrew Webster) many years ago when as Teenagers we attended Cheshire drama courses during the summer holidays, even then he got great parts like Tullus Aufidius in Coriolanus which we performed at The Lyceum Theatre in Crewe, we got back in touch via a Facebook group for those courses and it was through Facebook I heard about his heart attack, very very sad indeed, his relatively recent entry into the profession has been followed by such success, a tour with white horse theatre was followed by work with Trevor nunn and now under studying in the kings speech in the west end. Well done Andrew, such a shame it couldn't last longer. :-(


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Nigel Peever
Nigel Peever
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Crisis of confidence was it Trevor nunn or Peter hall with whom he toured for most of last year in The Verdict?


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anonymous
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I didn't know him but I knew of him and his success. Such a loss to acting and to East15. Prayers for his family and friends at this difficult time.


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