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Andrew Sabiston

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Andrew Sabiston
Born (1965-02-08) February 8, 1965 (age 56)
NationalityCanadian
OccupationActor, voice actor, writer, series developer, story editor
Years active1981–present
Known forVoice of Yoshi
Parent(s)
Websiteandrewsabiston.com

Andrew Sabiston (born February 8, 1965) is a multi-award nominated Canadian children's television series developer, story editor, writer and actor with over 1100 episodes to his credit. His mother is artist Carole Sabiston.[1]

Early career

An early start as a stage actor in his childhood with the Belfry Theatre,[2] Bastion Theatre[3] and Phoenix Theatre[4] in his native Victoria, BC, led to being cast in Paul Almond's 1983 film Ups and Downs alongside classmate Leslie Hope which was filmed at their high school, St Michaels University School.[5] He soon landed a starring role on the multiple award-winning Disney Channel/CBC television series The Edison Twins which ran for six seasons, was widely syndicated and earned him a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Young Actor in a Cable Family Series.[6] Andrew Sabiston's first writing credit (Story Idea by) was for the Home Sweet Home episode of The Edison Twins, which aired in 1984.

Other film and television roles included starring in Paul Saltzman’s coming-of-age film When We First Met opposite Amy Linker in 1984,[7] guest starring on MacGyver in 1987 (Hell Week; Season 3, Episode 9) alongside John Cameron Mitchell and appearing as a juror in the 1994 thriller Trial by Jury starring Gabriel Byrne, Armand Assante and Joanne Whalley.

Children's television series

Developer

Many of the children's television series in which Andrew Sabiston has been involved are multiple award-nominees and/or winners airing internationally. As of 2019, series that he has created, developed or co-developed include: The Remarkable Mr. King (based on the Mr. King book series by author-illustrator Geneviève Côté, Kiki & Nuna, Super Wings (Seasons 3,4 and 5), Ranger Rob and The Moblees.

Writer

Series with a writing credit include all of the above and Agent Binky: Pets of the Universe, Hatchimals, The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Max & RubyThe Adventures of Napkin ManDot., TrucktownJustin Time, You & Me by Jason Hopley on CBC,[8] The Travels of the Young Marco Polo, My Big Big FriendFranklin and Friends, Monster Math Squad, Animal Mechanicals, Pirates: Adventures in Art, Bo on the Go!Strawberry Shortcake’s Seaberry Beach Party, Turbo Dogs and Lunar Jim.

Voice

Series that Andrew Sabiston has voiced leading characters and guest roles on include: Corn & Peg, Little BearMike the KnightArthurBo on the Go!Little CharmersDonkey Kong CountryGo Away Unicorn, BeyWheelz, Polka Dot Shorts, The Amazing Spiez, Totally Spies!, Super Why!, Artopia, Toot & Puddle, Roboroach, Knights of the Zodiac, Rescue Heroes, Air Master, Tales From the Cryptkeeper, The Future Is Wild, What It’s Like Being Alone, Care Bears Movie: Journey to Joke-a-Lot, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventures, The Neverending StoryStar Wars: DroidsSuper Mario WorldHarry and His Bucket Full of DinosaursBabar and the Adventures of Badou, and Wish Kid.

Theatre

For the theatre, Andrew Sabiston is the lyricist and co-book writer with composer Timothy Williams for the musical Napoleon which was first produced in 1994 at The Elgin Theatre in Toronto under the direction of John Wood.[9] It was subsequently produced in 2000 at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London under the direction of Francesca Zambello. In 2009, a new version was first presented in concert at Talk Is Free Theatre in Barrie, Ontario[10][11] under the direction of Richard Ouzounian. This marked the beginning of a reimagining of the musical as an intimate, behind-the-scenes political drama with a cast half the size of the original productions and a new book and musical numbers. The new Napoleon debuted at the New York Musical Theatre Festival in July 2015.[12]

In July 2017, a generous new production opened at the Charlotte Theatre in Seoul for a limited three-month run. It featured a cast of 54 including K-pop artists B.A.P's Daehyun and BtoB's Changsub alongside famous musical actors such as Im Tae-kyung, Michael K. Lee, and Han Ji-sang. It was directed by Richard Ouzounian and presented in Korean.[13]

Awards & nominations

Year Award Category Title Contribution Result Source
2020 International Emmy Award Best Animated Preschool Series Super Wings Season 3 Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Hugh Duffy Nominated [14]
Writers Guild of Canada Award Best Preschool Animation Writing The Remarkable Mr. King - Mr. King’s Quiet Time; Ep.102B Writer Nominated [15]
2019 Canadian Screen Award Best Pre-school Program or Series Ranger Rob Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Carolyn Hay Nominated [16]
Parents’ Choice Award TV & Streaming The Moblees Get Moving Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Jed MacKay Won [17]
2018 Juno Award Children’s Album of the Year The Moblees - Happy Tippy Tap Lyrics Nominated [18]
2017 Rockie Award Best Children’s Fiction Ranger Rob Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Carolyn Hay Nominated [19]
Youth Media Alliance Award of Excellence Best Program, Animation, Ages 3-5 Ranger Rob Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Carolyn Hay Nominated [20]
2016 Shaw Rocket Prize Preschool, Ages 0-5 The Moblees Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Jed MacKay Nominated [21]
2015 Canadian Screen Award Best Writing, Animation Justin Time - The Tower of Justin; Ep.201 Writer Nominated [22]
Youth Media Alliance Award of Excellence Best TV Program, Ages 3-5; Episode The Adventures of Napkin Man - Try Share-A-Tops; Ep.115 Writer Won [23]
Youth Media Alliance Award of Excellence Best TV Program, Animation, Ages 3-5; Episode Trucktown - Super Hero Trucks; Ep.110 Writer Nominated [23]
Youth Media Alliance Award of Excellence Best Program, Ages 3-5 The Moblees Get Moving Co-Developed & ESE’d w/ Jed MacKay Nominated [23]
International Emmy Award Preschool Program Mike The Knight Voice of Squirt Won [24]
1994 Dora Mavor Moore Award Outstanding New Play or Musical Napoleon Book with Timothy Williams, music by Tim Williams, Lyrics by Andrew Sabiston Nominated [25]
1989 Young Artist Award Best Young Actor in a Cable Family Series The Edison Twins - 1982 Role of Tom Edison Nominated [26]

See also

References

  1. ^ Chamberlain, Adrian. "Victoria pair's Napoleon going to New York". Times Colonist. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
  2. ^ "1990-91 Season". Western Canada Theatre. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  3. ^ "Archives". The Daily Colonist. December 28, 1975. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  4. ^ "Theatre production: Peter and the Wolf". UVic Historical Photograph Collection. November 1974. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  5. ^ Reid, Michael D. "Big Picture: Filmmaker Paul Almond was honorary Victorian". Times Colonist. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
  6. ^ Slavin, Kyle (April 27, 2015). "SMUS in the News: Andrew Sabiston '82 and Timothy Williams ' 83". Retrieved August 24, 2020.
  7. ^ "When We First Met". WorldCat. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  8. ^ "About the Show YOU & ME". CBC. Retrieved November 14, 2020.
  9. ^ Mel Atkey (2006) Broadway North Natural Heritage Books pages 26,221,223,224,248,265 ISBN 1-897045-08-5
  10. ^ "Welcome to Talk Is Free Theatre – Barrie, Ontario". Tift.ca. Retrieved September 11, 2011.
  11. ^ "Napoleon, 1994 Canadian Musical, Gets New Concert in Ontario; Adam Brazier Stars". Playbill. Retrieved September 11, 2011.
  12. ^ Chamberlain, Adrian (April 25, 2015). "Victoria pair's Napoleon going to New York". Times Colonist. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  13. ^ Kwon, Mee-yoo (June 28, 2017). "Complex life of Napoleon turned into musical". The Korean Times. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  14. ^ iemmys (March 17, 2020). "8th International Emmy® Kids Awards Program" (PDF). Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  15. ^ "2020 WGC Screenwriting Awards Finalists Announced". Writers Guild of Canada (WGC). March 4, 2020. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  16. ^ "2020 All Award Categories". ACADEMY OF CANADIAN CINEMA AND TELEVISION. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  17. ^ "Awards - The Moblees". Parents Choice Foundation. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  18. ^ "2018 Winners + Nominees". JUNOS. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  19. ^ "Canadians Head to Rockie Awards with 40 Noms". Playback. May 9, 2017. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  20. ^ "AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE 2017". Youth Media Alliance. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  21. ^ "Shaw Rocket Prize 2005-2016" (PDF). Shaw Rocket Fund. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  22. ^ "AWARDS Justin Time 2011-16". IMDb. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  23. ^ a b c "2015 YMA Awards of Excellence". Youth Media Alliance.
  24. ^ "WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR INTERNATIONAL EMMY® KIDS AWARDS". iemmys. February 20, 2015. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  25. ^ "DORA Awards + Nominees". TAPA. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  26. ^ "Young Artist Awards 1989". FAMOUSFIX. Retrieved November 11, 2020.

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