Andrew Guy - Freshwater Entertainment + Management
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“Diversity: the powerful art of thinking independently together”

Andrew is an actor, presenter and speaker.


In 2018 he played Young Malcolm in Sydney Theatre Company’s Still Point Turning – The Catherine McGregor Story.


After his appearance on Channel 10’s The Project as the first transgender presenter, Andrew has consulted in film, TV and radio on gender diversity related topics. He is currently working on Foxtel’s The End with screenplay writer / producer Samantha Strauss.


Andrew’s FEM presentation Casting with Confidence is a workshop for casting agents, directors and production companies working with the trans and gender diverse communities.


He is a regular speaker at corporate events exploring gender identity, diversity and inclusion for the NSW Police, Transport NSW, Sydney University, Pride in Diversity and was Sydney Mardi Gras Associate Board member.


Media appearances include Ch. 10 The Circle, Ch. 9 Today Show, Ch. 7 Today Tonight, 2DayFM radio, WSFM 101.7 radio, KISS FM 106.5 radio, Nova 96.9 radio, Madison Magazine, That’s Life Magazine, The Australian Women’s Weekly and The Daily Telegraph.


Andrew was proud to be a judge for the 2019 LGBTI Awards having received two successive Presenter nominations in 2017 and 18.


Andrew is listed on Australia’s LGBTIQ Pride Power List 2019.


Recognised for his endeavours across the corporate presenting and training arena, he was awarded a Young Australian Export Award for Excellence and an Australian Most Outstanding Contribution to Exports


He is an incredibly approachable and highly experienced advocate.

Speaking topics: Diversity, creativity, equality, gender diversity, LGBTQIA+,
male privileged, motivational, team building, transgender matters