Andy is an actor, stand-up comedian, writer, producer, host and comedy event director in Denver, Colorado. As one of Denver comedy's most omnipresent and influential forces, Andy has been behind the scenes of innumerable shows, videos and projects, when not taking center stage—or screen—with his own acting and stand-up.

With appearances in the comedy web-series The Grawlix and contributions to Denver’s comedy scene too numerous to list, Andy's shadow looms large over the humor landscape. He co-founded, with Adam Cayton-Holland, the explosively popular High Plains Comedy Festival (ostensibly "Denver’s comedy festival"); produced one of Amazon Studios eight original pilots, Those Who Can’t alongside directors the Nix Bros and The Grawlix; produced T.J. Miller’s music video love letter to his hometown, Denver which premiered at Red Rocks; and has produced and performed in a slew of Denver shows including the former Grapes of Rad at Denver’s Gothic Theater.

In recent years, Juett has been extremely busy stepping out from behind the curtain, emerging as a stand-up comedian who’s appeared at Omaha’s Crom Comedy Festival, Chicago’s Comedy Exposition 2014, and with “dubstep a cappella group” The Mouthstepperz at South by Southwest in 2013. As an actor, he's appeared in the award-winning films Love To Hate and Hard To Swallow, along with numerous commercials and Funny or Die shorts, and his new web series, Glenn Has Ideas, which he also co-wrote and co-produced.

Andy's also the father of two. So dude's got some fires in the iron.