Date of Birth: January 1st 1952
David Andrews came to Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines after he caught director Jonathan Mostow's eye in HBO's From the Earth to the Moon, on which Mostow worked as a director. Andrews was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He graduated summa cum laude from Louisiana State University and then went on to graduate from Stanford School of Law, practicing law in California for 8 long months before taking the hard right onto the acting road.
He has worked with some of Hollywood's most respected directors: Ridley Scott in Hannibal, Lawrence Kasdan in Wyatt Earp, David Fincher in Fight Club and Ron Howard in Apollo 13, in which he played astronaut Pete Conrad opposite Tom Hanks. He again teamed with Hanks and Imagine on From the Earth to the Moon, the Emmy-Award winning HBO mini-series, receiving critical acclaim for his portrayal of Frank Borman, Commander of the Apollo 8 mission. He was tapped again by this team for their award-winning miniseries Band of Brothers.