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Drew Fortier was born on 14 July, 1987 in Chicago, IL. At 33 years old, Drew Fortier height not available right now. We will update Drew Fortier's height soon as possible.

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Drew Fortier Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 14 July 1987
Birthday 14 July
Birthplace Chicago, IL
Nationality IL

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In May 2019, it was announced that Fortier will be writing, directing, and starring in the found footage horror film Dwellers which is being produced by Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and Thom Hazaert via their newly formed production company Ellefson Films. Along with Fortier, the film will also star James L. Edwards, Douglas Esper, Rick Jermain, and Jeff Hatrix. Ellefson and Hazaert will also be appearing in the film as featured cameos.

In August 2019, Ellefson Films released a 50 second teaser for the film which included a voice over from Canadian radio personality Mitch Lafon.

The full trailer for Dwellers was released via Ellefson Films in November 2019.


In June 2018, Fortier released an 11 minute deleted/extended scene from the film, which contained footage from being on the road with the band as well as more insight into how the band operates while on tour. Fortier made note that the footage was initially removed from the film due to its portrayal of the band members featured in the scenes.

In February 2018 it was announced that Thanks. And Sorry: The Chuck Mosley Movie was officially in production with a TBA release date.

Fortier wrote an autobiography titled Dark, Depressing, and Hilarious which covers his career up until 2018. The book features a foreword by Thom Hazaert.


Summer 2017, Fortier was recruited as guitarist for (Ex-Faith No More frontman) Chuck Mosley's solo band. During his time with the band, Fortier and Mosley explored the idea of a potential documentary to where Mosley would be the subject. Prior to his passing in November 2017 Mosley confirmed with Fortier that a documentary about his life should be made. The film is being produced by Mosley's long time manager and percussionist, Douglas Esper.

Fortier took a year long break performing with the band to work for Megadeth Bassist David Ellefson's EMP Label Group as their Operations Coordinator. Fortier worked closely with Ellefson and the label's Operations Director Thom Hazaert up until he returned to Bang Tango in August 2017.

Fortier joined Chuck Mosley's solo band early summer 2017. It was during this time that plans for a documentary on Mosley's life were discussed which would become Thanks. And Sorry: The Chuck Mosley Movie.

July 2017, Fortier was cast as a lead role in the horror/comedy Her Name Was Christa. Directed by and starring James L. Edwards, the film is slated for a late 2018 release. Fortier will also be the lead in a forthcoming as of yet untitled horror anthology also directed by Edwards.


Fortier released the film for free on YouTube in early 2016.

August 2016, the band released a short video titled Who is ZFM? which teased the identities of the band members which led to the release of a music video featuring an early demo version of the song New Leaf which was mixed by Matt Wallace.

September 2016 the band released a clip of a finished song titled Aflame.


The film had one free public screening in Fortier's hometown of Chicago, Illinois with Bang Tango in attendance in April 2015.

After completing and screening Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie in April 2015, Fortier would go on to join the film's subject, Bang Tango, as their second guitarist making his live debut with the band at the 2015 edition of the M3 Festival in Maryland. The decision to bring Fortier into the band was at the suggestion of Rowan Robertson who, as Bang Tango's lead guitarist, felt the band should be represented as having two guitarists to properly perform the material which was originally written and recorded with two guitarists.

Mid 2015, Fortier began performing acoustic shows with Kik Tracee vocalist Stephen Shareaux. This would mark the first time Kik Tracee material had been performed live in over 20 years.

Summer 2015, Fortier began demoing songs for what was intended to be Bang Tango's next studio album. Due to the songs departure from the typical Bang Tango sound, Fortier decided to put a new band together to finish writing and recording for an album release. Fortier, along with Kik Tracee vocalist Stephen Shareaux, then formed Zen From Mars. The rest of the band featured on the album include: bassist Chip Z'nuff (Enuff Z'Nuff), drummer Mike Heller (Fear Factory, Malignancy, Raven), guitarist Brynn Arens (Flipp), and pianist Kate Catalina.


In 2011, while shooting Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie and 4 years prior to joining the band, Fortier performed additional guitar and backing vocals on Bang Tango's Pistol Whipped in the Bible Belt album. His lead guitar parts can be heard in the choruses of the track Live Life, and his backing vocals can be heard in the choruses of the song Boombox Seance. In June 2018, Fortier joined 90's hard rock band Flipp as their guitarist for a one off show in Minnesota.


Andrew Lawrence Fortier (born July 14, 1987) is an American musician, guitarist, filmmaker, actor, and author. He is best known for his work with Bang Tango, Stephen Shareaux, and Zen From Mars; which he cofounded, and includes members of Kik Tracee, Enuff Z'Nuff, Flipp, and Fear Factory. He was guitarist for the now late Chuck Mosley (Faith No More). He has directed and edited the documentary Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie as well as the upcoming David Ellefson produced horror film Dwellers which Fortier also wrote and stars in. He is the author of Dark, Depressing, and Hilarious which is an autobiography on his career thus far.