Birthday Skydive Adventure 2003

Birthday Skydive Adventure 2003

Who is this Funny Canadian Actor Andrew Mondia?

Canadian born and raised character actor ANDREW MONDIA is internationally known as “The Intuitive Traveller” having lived and worked all over the world from Canada to Europe to Asia and back again. He has worked with award-winning actors, directors, and authors on stage/screen to promoting successful books. In his own life, he has also written and produced his own one-man show, podcast host and is a #1 International Best-Selling Co-Author of My Journey My Journal.

Best described as “A unique combination of child-like enthusiasm and innocence coupled with worldly ambition and determination” His mission in life is to serve and inspire through laughter by bringing joy to the people he meets and performs for through various mediums.

Having performed for Queen Elizabeth ll twice at the Opening Ceremonies for both 1994 Victoria Commonwealth Games and in the London 2012 Paralympic Games are some of his proud moments.

“I’m an explorer at heart! So, I’m grateful that acting has taken me to both sides of the Atlantic since early childhood. Through these experiences I have found my love and natural talent for making people laugh. I never know where I’m going to be next as I trust in my spirit to guide me. Sounds crazy right? That’s the life of being an actor. You never know when the next gig is coming, and it’s always a surprise!!”

Andrew loves to inspire people to discover their top 5 passions enabling them to make inspired choices for their lives.  Through creating a performance/workshop environment this  can be taken to any part of the world with great success. In following his passions his number one is being an internationally successful actor.

Andrew Mondia modeled as Santa Claus for Turner Award-winning British artist Gillian Wearing for a tongue-in-cheek cover shoot for the Guardian’s 2008 G2 Christmas Special Edition. Hear him also as part of the London Gay Men’s Chorus ensemble singing the chorus of London’s singer David Mcalmont’s recorded song “The Bishop of New Hampshire.”

Andrew’s ultimate ideal desire is to bring laughter to the world through performances and works that he writes, performs in and/or produces.

His final thoughts, “The impact I desire to have on everyone who sees my work is that extraordinary connection only shared by an actor and his audience. It inspires lives. Come explore yours with lots of love, light and laughter!”