Andy Beckwith is a British actor, known for Game of Thrones (2014), Les Misérables (2012), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007) and Snatch (2000).

Authorisation and affiliation


  • UK Agent: Lee Morgan Management
  • UK Voiceover Agent: Damn Good Voices
  • US Commercial Agent: Coast To Coast
  • US Voiceover Agent: Abrams
  • US Theatrical: Entertainment Lab


Andy’s video showreel

This is Andy’s new showreel, showcasing some of his highlights, including Game of Thrones, Pirates of the Caribbean, Les Misérables, Snatch, Ironclad and Grantchester.

Please be advised this video contains extremely explicit language from the start.

▼ Andy’s voice showreel

Includes previous work for:

  • UK TV Licensing
  • Lexus
  • UK Drink Aware campaign
  • GreenLake



Rorge is a recurring character in the first, second and fourth seasons of Game of Thrones. He debuts in the ‘The Night Lands’, though he was also portrayed by an unidentified extra in ‘Fire and Blood’.

Rorge is a criminal, forcibly recruited into the Night’s Watch by Yoren during his visit to King’s Landing. He is accompanying the rest of Yoren’s new recruits northwards to the Wall.

You’re the ugliest woman I’ve ever seen, but don’t think I can’t make you uglier.
Rorge to Brienne of Tarth 


Adapted from book series by James Runcie; Cambridgeshire clergyman Sidney Chambers finds himself investigating a series of mysterious wrongdoings in his small village of Grantchester.

He’s right, Arch; let’s call it a day, hey?
Tommy to Archie 


Pierrepoint is the axe-wielding but jovial Kingstown executioner. Initially reluctant to let his prisoner Crazy Mary live, he eventually relents and joins the group tasked with defending the castle from the Picts.

You’re the ugliest woman I’ve ever seen, but don’t think I can’t make you uglier.
Rorge to Brienne of Tarth 


The Innkeeper runs a tavern of iniquity at Digne. Wary of the ex-convict Valjean, he sternly refuses to grant shelter.

Get out.
Innkeeper to Valjean


Errol – Snatch

Errol was the henchman to Snatch’s criminal boss, the terrifying Brick Top. Always on hand to dish out beatings and one-liners, Errol brought brooding menace to the film.

I think you’ve let him get away with enough already, Guv’nor.
Errol to Brick Top 


Clanker was a crew member serving aboard the Flying Dutchman, under the command of Captain Davy Jones.

Down on your marrow bones and pray!
Clanker to Will Turner 


Righty was a lieutenant in the underworld organisation of debt collection and illegal fights headed by Bart, played by Bob Hoskins.


Lords of the Fallen is a hardcore action-RPG featuring an advanced combat systems and robust class skill trees. Set in a richly created fantasy world where the Gods have failed mankind, players will take on the role of a human named Harkyn who sets out on a quest to stand against an apparently unstoppable supernatural force.

Hear my vow – my vow of DEFIANCE!
Harkyn to Hand of God Mountains 


“The Middleman” – TV spot for Betfair. See the ad on YouTube here.

He LOVES this course!
The Middleman to punter