Baching In His Glory! The Reintroduction of King Bach
Meet Andrew Bachelor. The director, actor, writer, producer, and overall Hollywood’s biggest come up. Though, you might know him as King Bach on social media, one of which including the platform that gave him and so many others alike that starting chance, Vine, the video-looping Twitter app that was laid to rest earlier this year. Though many didn’t think his career would sustain afterwards, what they didn’t realize was that Bach had other plans in rotation; he wouldn’t be stopped.
Before the internet fame, Bach had it embedded in his head of becoming actor. Having attended film school, he picked up the fundamentals that would aid him in producing quality content for his YouTube channel before transitioning over to other social media platforms to focus on creating a steady platform, therefore making a name for himself in terms of acting. After gaining millions of followers (exactly 14.2 million), agencies took notice and soon after he was signed to one of the best agencies in Hollywood, United Talent Agency. The film and television roles followed close behind with him landing his first starring role in Adult Swim’s Black Jesus alongside the late Charlie Murphy and Slink Johnson, who played the role of ‘Jesus’. Then, his first starring role on the silver screen came in the comedic parody Fifty Shades of Black starring Marlon Wayans. Bachelor had roles in other network series such as Fox’s The Mindy Project and TV Land’s The Soul Man. Mike Epps enlisted him for his The Purge parody film, Meet the Blacks.
With his name getting bigger and his status in Hollywood becoming more prominent, Bach still had even bigger plans as he began production to his own film, Where’s the Money in June of 2016. The film’s about a guy, ‘Del’, played by Bachelor, who must infiltrate a fraternity in order to find money that’s hidden inside of the frat house. It will star Terry Crews, Kat Graham, and Mike Epps will play his incarcerated father. Apart from his project, he also wrapped up three other films: a comedy horror The Babysitter, a Netflix film When We First Met, and a film with other social media influencers called Airplane Mode. In between filming major projects, creating comedy content, and his brand, he also joins comedian Jo Koy on his comedy tour at times.
Late July, production began for the movie adaption of Jenny Han’s novel “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”, with Bach on the casting list. Filming wrapped up early August in Vancouver, British Columbia.
King Bach’s future is vivid and has no plans of slowing down and his fan base “TeamBach” is actively on standby for whatever he comes out with next!
Check out some of Bach’s works and see exactly why he’s the Hollywood “It” comedian.
Bach also did a Brita water commercial with Golden State Warrior’s Stephen Curry!