Andrew Kober is an American stage and screen actor, best known for his role of Margaret Mead in the 2009 Broadway revival of Hair.
Kober grew up in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
He attended college in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at Carnegie Mellon University, graduating with a degree in Acting in 2006. He moved to New York City later in the year, and continues to reside there today.
In 2008, Kober was cast in the Off-Broadway Revival of Hair, in the featured role of Margaret Mead. He stayed with the production in its 2009 transfer to Broadway, as well as its 2010 transfer to the West End.
Following Hair, Kober was cast in multiple small roles in the Second Broadway Revival of Les Misérables, and performed with the company until late 2015. After that, he was cast in the ensemble of the She Loves Me Broadway Revival, which had the distinction of being the first Broadway show to be live-streamed internationally online.
Kober also performed in regional productions of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Ken Ludwig's Baskerville, National Pastime, Sense & Sensibility, and Spamalot.
Kober will be performing in a musical adaption of Twelfth Night from September 2–5, 2016 at the Delacorte Theatre. He will also be in a completely original musical theatre production, 'We Have Apples'!
Kober has also made multiple guest appearances on popular television shows, such as Boardwalk Empire, House of Cards, Blue Bloods, and Pam Am. He has been featured in the short film Chin Up, and can be seen in the filmed performance of She Loves Me.
Kober is also a part of the comedy group, The (M)orons, along with three fellow Broadway actors and writers: Drew Gasparini, F. Michael Haynie, and Alex Brightman.
Kober is married to Farra Kober, the Director of Social Media and Community for MSNBC. They married in 2012, and have one son, Asher, born in 2016.