Born in Poland, Andrzej (pronounced "An-jay") lived in an orphanage with his cats, completely unaware of contortion. One day an Austrian lady came to adopt a child, she acted like some kind of a doctor and asked every child to touch their toes, bend backwards, twist around as far as they can. Andrzej surprised her so much she asked if he ever did contortion before. That's how the became the foster son and pupil of the famous contortionist Fiona Dietrich and her brother Albert, who raised and trained him for over a decade.
Unlike most contortionists who worked for circuses, Andrzej usually did contortion auctions instead. Those auctions let contortionists earn money for doing extreme challenges. Andrzej never skipped the auctions and often did the most ridiculous requests. He became so crazy flexible that he was taken to the Backfolde Sanitarium a few times to make sure his backbone is going to be alright, but after thorough examination the doctors only wished him luck in his future achievements.
After turning 18 he craved for some fresh air and lost his favorite catsuits in favor of skimpy clothes and nudity. After some random experiments he was hired for the new TV series "Son of Cleo" and revealed his new stage image as Andremede Alexandrius, the Egyptian prince, son of queen Cleopatra, who likes to think of himself as the most flexible person in the world, whose body can only compare to the Gods.
Andremede's best frenemy is Jason Yasheus, a young and extremely flexible Greek, portrayed by Yasha Lebedev, who always reminds Andremede to train harder. Since the beginning of filming, Andrzej and Yasha are roomies. But will they still be together after the series is over? Andrzej's opinion: "Well we can always do another series."