Andrew Cooper is one of the UK’s most inﬂuential male models, well known as that iconic Diet Coke, (the lawnmower man) and most recently the author of bestselling health book Juiceman, this only scratches the surface of his story to date.
Coming from Manchester and with food a huge part of his family heritage, he came to London to pursue a career in fashion at 16 and in a career spanning over 18 years he has graced covers from ID to Wallpaper, walked catwalk for Versace, Dolce & Gabana, Giorgio Armani and Ralph Lauren to name a few and worked with many of the elite fashion companies, his face and body advertising every brand under the Giorgio Armani umbrella, multiple campaigns for Topman, Ralph Lauren, DKNY, Banana Republic and Dunhill.
Andrew has also shot TV commercials for L'Oreal with Claudia Schiffer and Revlon with Olivia Wilde. A boyhood passion for motion picture led to Cooper studying drama and he has just completed a lead role as a Ninja in a new mini series called The Way for Canal +, directed by Camille Delameres. He has also featured for 3 consecutive seasons in the USA hit show The Royals on E!
20 years in the fast moving business has given Andrew a great perspective for lifestyle, ﬁtness and wellness leading him to start his own drinks company called Juiceman in 2012. 4 years later and with a bestselling book in over 20 countries under his belt Juiceman is currently the biggest selling raw juice brand in Denmark and selling organic juice boxes to the UK’s preeminent grocers . As well as Juiceman, Andrew, through a passion for animals and his own dogs, opened Notting Hill’s coolest Pet Shop called The Mutz Nutz with his wife Jane and they both masterminded a market leading Natural Pet Grooming product WildWash, which sells all over the world.
Giving back is important as is building an ecologically sustainable business’s which is why in 2016 Andrew became the International Health & Fitness ambassador for Macmillan Cancer Care. His role is all about creating platforms and support for a ﬁtter healthier population. Look out for some big challenges in 2017.