Mark Andrew


Mark Andrew Mark Andrew, a trained actor, is certainly well known for his versatile talent and ability to recreate the looks and sounds of many characters that he portrays. He is well known for his brilliant Austin Powers performance, developing a hilarious show with swinging songs and cheeky jokes. Mark captures his entire audience making them want to "Misbehave Baby Yeah!"

Austin can be booked as a solo or band show, or have him as a surprise guest, roving around your event! Also available as a 'groovy' MC.

Mark started performing at the ripe 8 years of age. On his return to Australia in 1983, he appeared on New Faces.

In 1992 he formed a Rock n Roll band, Blue Suede Dudes, playing many Melbourne venues and also supporting Chubby Checker on his Australian tour.

In 1995 he featured as Buddy Holly in a Legends Revival Concert at Dallas Brooks Hall. He then created his own Dead-Set Legends show performing as Buddy, Lennon, Jim Morrison and Elvis.

Elvis Leaves His Mark was launched in 1998 and is now one of the best Tribute shows worldwide with Mark finishing in the top 5 in the world in Memphis 2002.

He later added Austin Powers, Dean Martin & Tom Jones to his Legend Show and also makes a true to life Danny Zuco, performing in many Grease tribute shows.

In recent years, Mark has appeared on GMA & IMT, and has shared the stage with Normie Rowe, Frank Holden, Wilbur Wilde, Mental as Anything, The All Stars and move.

He is also honoured to have entertained many celebrities at corporate events with a star line-up such as Hugh Jackman and Kate Ceberano.

Dead - Set Legends is a memorable night for all. Mark Andrew touches his entire audience with his endless versatile talent to recreate the looks and sounds of each individual character.

The show kicks off with Mark as the suave and charming Dean Martin, dressed in a Tuxedo with a cigarette in one hand and a drink in the other, Mark croons his signature songs like "Everybody Loves Somebody" and "That's Amore". Complementing Dean Mark slips a pair of glasses on to become the fun and classic Buddy Holly, belting out "That'll Be The Day" and more.

Mark also transforms into John Lennon with his Liverpudlian accent bringing to life the magic of "The Beatles" and It's Not Unusual to see ladies underwear thrown at Mark recreating a young Tom Jones.

Mark is certainly well known for his brilliant Austin Powers performance, developing a hilarious show with swinging songs and cheeky jokes, and with his success as "Elvis Leaves His Mark!", finishing one of the world's best in 2002, there is no doubt the grand finale is no less than spectacular.

When I decide to play a certain persona every little detail has to be precise, it takes many hours of studying. With any character, the detail is extensive - Mark Andrew

Mark is a chameleon, with dark hair, captivating smile and endless energy, he resembles all personas, leaving his audiences with an incredible feeling of having experienced the Legends themselves.

You'll be amazed how Mark Andrew becomes a dead-set Legend.