Born in Newham, East London, Sky Andrew came from humble beginnings. His mother worked in a pie factory and his father worked on London’s buses.

He was a decent 100 metre runner and played football and cricket to high standard but when Len Hoffman can to his school and introduced him and his friends to table-tennis, it changed Sky's life forever.

Twice a week, Len Hoffman would come to the school on his bicycle and teach all the kids table-tennis, Sky would go on to play the sport nearly everyday for 20 years.

Sky fell in love with table-tennis when he was 12 and within 2 years was in the Essex cadet team. At 19 Sky became a professional table-tennis player, touring the world playing for England and Great Britain. His achievements include representing GB at the Seoul Olympics in 1988, winning 3 Commonwealth Gold Medals, a World Team Cup silver and 14 individual National Titles. In the early 90’s, a chance meeting with Sol Campbell at Lilleshall National Sports Centre culminated in Sky becoming Sols’ agent a few years later. Campbell was staying at Lilleshall as part of the FA’s school of excellence and Andrew was there training with the England table-tennis team. Sky went on to negotiate one of the biggest deals in football Premier League history in 2001 when Sol Campbell joined Arsenal FC. Since the ground-breaking deal Sky has represented talent from the worlds of sport, entertainment and film, he has also become a film producer, format creator, author and philanthropist.

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One of the proudest moments of his sporting career, walking with GB team at the Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea