Andrea Bowen

Biography: Andrea's Les Miserables Bio: Andrea Bowen(Young Cosette/Young Eponine) Broadway Debut. Staged Concert Reading of Stephen Shwartz's Children of Eden. Feature Films: Highball, New York Crossing. TV: "Law and Order", "All My Children", "David Letterman", "Late Night with Conan O'Brien". Thanks to Marianne Leone at Terrific Talent, and to Mom, Dad, Jessica, Graham, Jillian, Alex, and Cameron. Andrea Bowen's Sound Of Music Bio: Andrea Bowen (Marta) Broadway: Les Miserables (Young Cosette). Staged Reading: Stephen Shwartz's Children Of Eden. Films: Highball, New York Crossing. TV: "Law and Order", "All My Children", "David Letterman", "Conan O'Brien". Recording: Night of The Hunter (Pearl). Love to Marianne at Terrific Talent. Andrea Bowen's Jane Eyre Bio: Andrea Bowen (Adele) Credits: The Sound Of Music (Broadway and National tour with Richard Chamberlin, originated the role of Marta), Les Miserables (Broadway Cast, Young Cosette). Feature Films: Highball, New York Crossing. TV: "Law and Order", "All My Children", "Rosie", "David Letterman", "Conan O'Brien". Recordings: Jane Eyre (original cast album), The Sound Of Music ('98 Revival, original cast), Night of The Hunter (concept cd/Varese Sarabande Pearl), Broadway Kids (America), Sugar Beats (Car Tunes), Z The Masked Musical. Love and Thanks to my family and Marianne.


Andrea Bowen's Desperate Housewives Bio Release:
Andrea Bowen began her life as a professional performer on Broadway in New York at the age of six, playing young Cosette in "Les Misérables," becoming the youngest Cosette in the show's 16-year run. She went on to originate the role of Marta Von Trapp in the original cast of the Broadway revival of "The Sound of Music," with Richard Chamberlain, and the role of Adele in the Broadway musical production of "Jane Eyre." While performing on Broadway, she also began to guest star on many New York-based TV shows, such as "Law & Order" and "Third Watch." She also appeared in the films "New York Crossing" and "Highball."

Prior to being cast in "Desperate Housewives," Andrea played the role of Zooey Glass in the ABC primetime series "That Was Then." She also played 12-year-old genius Riley Ellis in a recurring role on Fox's "Boston Public." She has essayed a wide variety of roles in her numerous guest star appearances, including an altruistic cystic fibrosis patient on "Strong Medicine," an ill-tempered and foul mouthed foster child on "One Tree Hill," the bratty child of a sports star on "Arli$$," and a shy, suicidal teenager on "Nip/Tuck."

Andrea has also found success as a voiceover artist, lending her vocal talents to many projects, including the film "Ice Age" and two recently completed animated pilots for the Cartoon Network, "Party Wagon" and "Ben-10."

As a recording artist, she can be heard on the original cast albums of "Jane Eyre, The Musical" and "The Sound of Music, '98 Broadway Revival," as well as "Night of the Hunter," "Z: the Masked Musical," "Broadway Kids Sing America" and the Sugar Beats discs "Car Tunes" and "Christmas Album".

Andrea is the youngest of six siblings, each of whom has found considerable success as a performer on Broadway and in film and television. She currently lives with her mom and dad in the Los Angeles area. In addition to acting, she is an accomplished singer and dancer who also enjoys swimming and horseback riding. She loves to read and was recently named Student of the Year for academic achievement at her 8th Grade culmination.

PERSONAL INFORMATION
HOMETOWN Columbus, OH
BIRTHDATE March 4
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Andrea Bowen's Scores

Average career score: 65
Highest Metascore: 80 Desperate Housewives: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 49 Desperate Housewives: Season 2
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
3 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Desperate Housewives: Season 4 Sep 30, 2007 Julie Mayer 8.2
67 Desperate Housewives: Season 3 Sep 24, 2006 Julie Mayer 8.1
49 Desperate Housewives: Season 2 Sep 25, 2005 Julie Mayer 8.3
80 Desperate Housewives: Season 1 Oct 3, 2004 Julie Mayer 8.9