Andrew Dennis Biersack (born December 26, 1990), is an American singer-songwriter. He is the founder and lead vocalist for the rock band Black Veil Brides. He is the only founding member remaining in the group.
He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Chris and Amy Biersack. At an earky age, they moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Andy was the target of bullying at school, being called"faggot" and"emo"; this bullying is re-enacted in the "Knives and Pens" music video. In High School, Biersack attended Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts, and majored in drama and vocal music. He left school before graduating to move to Los Angeles to further his potential career, six days after he turned 18. He took vocal training before recording Set the World on Fire to improve what he could do with his voice.
At age 14, Biersack and a group of his friends formed their first band, called "Biersack" (although they only played one show). Andy Biersack took their CDs with him to school and handed them out to everyone he knew. This project eventually grew into what would later be known as Black Veil Brides. In September 2009 Black Veil Brides signed with the independent label StandBy Records. The writing process for a tour and a record began right away. In Decemer 2009, the band embarked on their first US tour, titled "On Leather Wings". The group's debut album We Stitch These Wounds was released July 20, 2010 and sold over 10,000 copies in its first week, ranking at No. 36 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, and No. 1 on the Billboard Independent chart. The band's second studio album, Set the World on Fire was released on June 14, 2011 through Lava Music/Universal Republic Records.
After dropping out of high school, Biersack moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in acting. He had a small part in the AT&T commercial "Confetti", as well as a 30-second spot in the Montana Meth commercial "Jumped". Andy also guest stars in the Funny or Die web series Average Joe. He also starred in the Black Veil Brides full length feature film, Legion of the Black, which was released on January 6, 2013, to support the band's latest album.