Andrew Lawrence Parks is an American film and television actor.
Born in Los Angeles, California to actors Larry Parks and Betty Garrett, Andrew Parks made his film debut at the age of eleven but did not continue his acting career for another eight years, beginning with The Strawberry Statement in 1970.
His feature film credits include W.C. Fields and Me, The Mirror Has Two Faces and Donnie Brasco. He is a key member of Larry Blamire's stock company, playing clueless alien Kro-Bar in The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra and its sequel The Lost Skeleton Returns Again, gullible scientist Dr. Philip Latham in Trail of the Screaming Forehead and monocled English dandy Lord Partfine in Dark and Stormy Night. Most recently, he mimicked Franklin Pangborn in the comedy short It's A Frame-Up!, the writing/directing debut of Blamire's producer Michael Schlesinger.
Parks' television credits include a recurring role on Angel and guest appearances on The Virginian, Lucas Tanner, Cannon, Kojak, Barnaby Jones, Hart to Hart, M*A*S*H, Trapper John, M.D., Murder, She Wrote, The Trials of Rosie O'Neill, and Homicide: Life on the Street. He also voiced the role of Ben Day for the animated series These Are the Days.