|Played By: Julian Rhind-Tutt|
Date of Birth: April 19, 1981
Originally From: Camden, London
Occupation: Detective Constable with the Met.
Room Number: Apartment 5A in Freedom Place
Favourite Saying: "Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit."
Biography • • •
Andrew Miles Wescott was born the youngest of four to a Hampstead family that was, as the saying goes, "comfortably well off". They didn't number among Hampstead's population of millionaires, but they also never lacked money for good schools and little extras like pets and lessons to accommodate whatever interests their children took up, judo in Drew's case. All four Wescotts were raised with strong ideals of community service, and while some might sneer at "Hampstead liberalism", Drew's father and siblings all gave (and still give) a portion of their professional time to low cost or pro bono work to benefit the disadvantaged in the borough of Camden. The family expected Drew to do the same, following the path of his doctor father, veterinarian sister or lawyer brothers, but Drew announced instead that he was going to get a criminology and sociology degree and join the police force. The decision might have worried his parents slightly less had it not come a few months after finding out their youngest son was also gay.
Storylines • • •
Darcy Stanwood - New flatmate and friend-in-the-making. Drew likes the younger man and rather hopes he'll teach him something about classical music, a subject on which he feels woefully ignorant. He's quite certain it's early days to be thinking of anything else, though that doesn't mean he hasn't noticed Darcy's pretty blue eyes and cupid-bow lips. He's not blind, after all.
Out Of Character • • •
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