- "Open those eyes. You don't have to wake up, but open your eyes."
- ―Andrew talking to Waylon after being strapped into a chair.
Andrew is one of the scientists who works for the Murkoff Corporation and a minor antagonist in Outlast: Whistleblower. He appears at the very beginning of the game, in the Underground Lab. After Waylon Park was captured, he was taken to a Morphogenic Engine testing facility, where Andrew and another scientist helped him strap the barely conscious Waylon into a chair. He hits and sadistically mocks Waylon, before having him exposed to the Morphogenic therapy. Andrew soon leaves in a hurry, after he was informed by one of his co-workers that Billy Hope has achieved "lateral ascension" with the project.
Andrew is not seen ever since, and his fate remains unknown.
Like most of Murkoff's employees, Andrew shows very little, if not any empathy towards Waylon. It is implied that he may have been a sexual sadist who abused the patients, as he first hits and then licks Park while prepping him for the Morphogenic Engine therapy. Unused dialogue reveals Andrew's cowardly side, as he is heard pleading for mercy to Waylon.
- Open those eyes. You don't have to wake up, but open your eyes.
- What's the matter? Somebody hit you? Here, let me help...
- Kinda busy here...
- Billy Hope? Shit. And they're not happy about it?
- Shit. Shit, shit, shit. Come on.
- Help me, please! Or they'll kill me when they get back!
- You have to cut me loose! You have to help me! For God's sakes, please!
- I know you. You're Park, aren't you? I took care of you. You were my patient!
- "Whatever I did to you, it was just my job. I was just doing my job. You can't kill someone for doing his job!
- I didn't have a choice!
- Don't let them kill me, please! You have to help me!
- Andrew and Steve share the same character model. The model's dubbed as "Scientist Licker" in game's files.
- Originally there would have been a scene in which Waylon meets Andrew again. Unused dialogue implies that he would have been restrained and the player would have had the choice to either untie him or let a group of patients kill him.