Acting is the ability to live truthfully under imaginary circumstances.

~ Sanford Meisner


Andrea Fantauzzi was born in Mount Clemens, Michigan, but was raised in Kansas City, Missouri. She received her Associate in Film and Television Performance at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts after transferring from Oklahoma City University, in pursuit of a B.F.A. in Acting, after high school. Once receiving her degree she decided to leave New York and moved to Los Angeles.

She began her film and television career at the age of 14, but was seen on the stage from an earlier age. She began her professional journey at the age of 12 after she booked her first regional theatre production of The Wizard of Oz at Starlight Theatre in Kansas City. She is most well known in the Actors’ Equity world as having played Susan Pevensie in Narnia The Musical at the Kauffman Center produced through Starlight Theatre, along with originating Teen Fiona in the world premiere of the Theatre for Young Audiences Version of Shrek the Musical, and originating Ann – 18 in the world premiere of And other fairy tales in New York.

Since beginning her work in film and television she has been seen in features, shorts, TV series’, and commercials ranging from national to regional. Fantauzzi is most well known for her title role in the distributed (Sunset Undiscovered) feature Adira and Hallmark’s Quality of Life. Adira was selected by Project Greenlight in 2014 as one of the top 200 indie films in the United States, while she shared the screen with Kim Rhodes (SupernaturalThe Suite Life of Zack and Cody) in Quality of Life and was fortunate enough to have her starring role written for her.


Personal Biography:
Hello my name is Andrea Fantauzzi and I’m honored and excited that you are looking at my website! I started my acting career at the age of five with my first musical theatre class at Steppin Out The Studio in Lee’s Summit, MO. I grew up training at that studio both as a competitive dancer and a performer in their musical theatre troop. I trained there in dance till I moved to Miller-Marley School of Dance and Voice as a high school freshmen. My last two years living in New York I trained at the Broadway Dance Center as well. My early acting training came from the Coterie Theatre. I trained there for ten years until I graduated high school along with the other schools mentioned. I started my vocal career at the age of nine when I began vocal lessons. I was desperate to begin training that I was begging for lessons before I was vocally mature enough to begin. Through my early training, I was fortunate enough to have started my professional acting career at the age of twelve as a munchkin in The Wizard of Oz. I will never forget the first time I looked up backstage at Starlight Theatre. I was in awe. Since that time I have been working in both theatre and film professionally in Kansas City, New York City, and Los Angeles.

My struggles as a child are what, I believe, led me into my craft. The trials I faced turned into my dedication and my ability to grow quickly as an actress. I wanted to be someone else as a child and that quickly turned into my love of storytelling. As I grew older, I began to accept myself and my circumstances because you never truly become another person. The character is you in the given circumstances that are put in front of you. The ability to understand another human being by analyzing and understanding their point of view that maybe has never been discussed is a great joy I thrive on. I don’t believe in limiting myself and I believe anything is possible with time, dedication, patience, and training.




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