Australian politician who became Labor Party leader and Opposition Leader in 2010. He also served as Parliamentary Secretary for Health from 2002 to 2006 and became Minister for Health in 2007. In 2014, he became the premier of the Australian state of Victoria.
He received a Bachelor's degree from Monash University in 1996.
He was suspended from Parliament for three days for disorderly conduct in September 2013.
He met his wife Catherine while at Monash University. The two had three children: Noah, Grace and Joseph.
When asked what four people he would like to have dinner with, Andrews, being a huge fan of golf, listed Yani Tseng as one of them.