Hall, who was 65, is survived by his wife Abigail, his mother Mabel, his children Josh and Kate, and his grandchildren Maggie and Jasper.
His son Josh has said: Andrew began his acting career playing the character of Russell in the BBC series Butterflies.
Most recently he appeared as The Gentleman in the Syfy series Blood Drive.
Later he worked as a director and producer, enjoying successes with productions including Whos Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? At the Trafalgar, and Kindertransport, which toured the UK.
His management, InterTalent confirmed the sad news on Twitter, saying: It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our client and friend Andrew Hall who sadly passed away on Monday after a short illness.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our client & friend Andrew Hall who sadly passed away on Monday after a short illness. Andrew was loved by audiences for his many roles, most notably Butterflies, Coronation Street and, more recently, Syfys Blood Drive. pic.twitter.com/I932iUcbPh
— InterTalent (Actors & Creatives) (@InterActors) May 22, 2019
Andrew was loved by audiences for his many roles, most notably Butterflies, Coronation Street and, more recently, Syfys Blood Drive.
For those of you who dont remember Hall from his Corrie days, or just want a reminder of what happened to the character he played on one of the nations favourite soaps, heres what you need to know…
Who was Andrew Halls Corrie character Mark Selby?
Andrew Hall played Marc Selby ITVs Coronation Street back in 2011.
Marc was the cross-dressing love interest of Audrey Roberts (Sue Nicholls), and appeared on Corrie for just over seven months.
After first becoming involved with Claudia Colby (Rula Lenska), widower Marc Selby decided to keep his cross-dressing alter ego, Marcia, a secret from her, which ultimately ended up ruining their relationship.
The person Marc did confide in during this time however was Claudias friend Audrey, whom Marc called to collect him from the Weatherfield Police Station one night after hed been attacked as Marcia.
When his relationship with Claudia ended, Marc and Audrey began seeing each other, despite Audreys initial worries that his cross-dressing would cause them problems.
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