A performer since the age of eight, Mark Andrews appeared on New Faces in 1983, later forming rock 'n' roll band Blue Suede Dudes, in 1992 playing venues around Melbourne and supporting Chubby Checker on his Australian tour.
In 1995 he featured as Buddy Holly in the Legends Revival Concert at Dallas Brooks Hall. He then created his own Dead-Set Legends show performing as Buddy, John Lennon, Jim Morrison and Elvis Presley.
Elvis Leaves His Mark was launched in 1998 and is now one of the best tribute shows worldwide, with Mark finishing in the top five in the world in a competition in Memphis in 2002.
He later added Austin Powers, Dean Martin and Tom Jones to his Legend Show and also makes a true to life Danny Zuko, performing in many Grease tribute shows.
In recent years, Mark has appeared on Good Morning Australia and In Melbourne Tonight, and has shared the stage with Normie Rowe, Frank Holden, Wilbur Wilde, Mental as Anything, The All Stars and more.
He is also honoured to have entertained many celebrities at corporate events including Hugh Jackman and Kate Ceberano.
Mark Andrew travels from Victoria Australia