Andre Kincaid was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is the child of two gifted artists. His mother, an accomplished filmmaker/writer, and father, a talented cartoonist and stand-up comedian, nurtured Kincaid's creativity from an early age. Growing up as a student of the traditional arts (painting, drawing and sculpting), it was in high school that Kincaid began to develop his performing arts skills. Acting in plays throughout high school and college eventually expanded Kincaid's creativity into other facets of entertainment. Majoring in Communications at La Salle University, with a focus on television production, Kincaid wrote, filmed and directed several student films. Read more... and co-hosted a radio program for the campus radio station, and acted as a host on La Salle 56 - the university's cable television network. Upon leaving college, Kincaid decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming an actor, director and producer. After landing various acting roles, including parts on the television shows, One on One, Brothers and Sisters, Lie To Me, and The Unit, Kincaid decided to sharpen his production skills in the Air Force Reserve. Upon graduating from the esteemed United States Defense Information School, Kincaid began a career as a combat correspondent. It was in the Air Force that Kincaid gained invaluable experience regarding to the art of writing, filming, and editing. Once returning to Los Angeles, Kincaid used his newly acquired skill-set to reinforce his career as an entertainer, booking several new television roles and writing/producing for the web series Fully Loaded and Up Up Down Down.