Andy Morahan

Andy Morahan (born 25 July 1958 in Kensington, London) is a British commercial, film and music video director.[1] He is the son of director Christopher Morahan[2] and the half-brother of actress Hattie Morahan.[citation needed]

Andy Morahan
Andrew Douglas Morahan[citation needed]

(1958-07-25) 25 July 1958 (age 61)
OccupationCommercial director, film director, music video director
Years active1980–present
Parent(s)Christopher Morahan[2]
RelativesHattie Morahan (half-sister)[citation needed]


Television commercialsEdit



Year Title
1994 Highlander III: The Sorcerer
1997 Murder in Mind
2009 Goal III: Taking on the World

Music videosEdit



Year Artist Song
1984 Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"
"Everything She Wants"
"Last Christmas"


Year Artist Song
1985 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark "So in Love"
Pet Shop Boys "Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money)"
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark "Secret"
Lloyd Cole and the Commotions "Brand New Friend"
Pet Shop Boys "West End Girls"
Wham! "I'm Your Man"
David Grant and Jaki Graham "Mated"
Ozzy Osbourne "Shot in the Dark"
1986 Pet Shop Boys "Love Comes Quickly"
(co-directed by Eric Watson)
Ozzy Osbourne "The Ultimate Sin"
The Blow Monkeys "Wicked Ways"
Wham! "The Edge of Heaven"
Luther Vandross "Give Me the Reason"
The Human League "Human"
Wham! "Where Did Your Heart Go?"
(co-directed by George Michael)
The Human League "I Need Your Loving"
The Communards "So Cold the Night"
Cyndi Lauper "Change of Heart"
Luther Vandross "Stop to Love"
1987 The Blow Monkeys "Out with Her"[5]
Flesh for Lulu "I Go Crazy"[6]
Aretha Franklin and George Michael "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)"
Simply Red "The Right Thing"
Cyndi Lauper "What's Going On"
Thompson Twins "Get That Love"[7]
George Michael "I Want Your Sex"
Tina Turner "Break Every Rule"
Cyndi Lauper "Boy Blue"
Bananarama "I Heard a Rumour"
Then Jerico "The Motive"
Johnny Hates Jazz "I Don't Want to Be a Hero"
Bananarama "Love in the First Degree"
Tina Turner "Paradise Is Here"
George Michael "Faith"
The Communards "Never Can Say Goodbye"
George Michael "Father Figure"
(co-directed by George Michael)
Bananarama "I Can't Help It"
Bros "When Will I Be Famous?"
1988 The Communards "For a Friend"
a-ha "Stay on These Roads"
Bananarama "I Want You Back"
Scritti Politti "Oh Patti (Don't Feel Sorry for Loverboy)"
a-ha "The Blood That Moves the Body"
George Michael "Monkey"
Van Halen "Finish What Ya Started"
1989 D-A-D "Sleeping My Day Away"
Van Halen "Feels So Good"
Spandau Ballet "Be Free With Your Love"
Simple Minds "Mandela Day"
"Belfast Child"
Wang Chung "Praying to a New God"
Then Jerico featuring Belinda Carlisle "What Does It Take"
Simple Minds "Kick It In"
Tina Turner "Steamy Windows"
Paul McCartney "Figure of Eight"
Tears for Fears featuring Oleta Adams "Woman in Chains"
Belinda Carlisle "La Luna"


Year Artist Song
1990 Belinda Carlisle "Summer Rain"
Tears for Fears "Advice for the Young at Heart"
Billy Joel "The Downeaster Alexa"
Mariah Carey "Vision of Love"[8]
The Human League "Heart Like a Wheel"
Elton John "You Gotta Love Someone"
Extreme "Get the Funk Out"
1991 Bobby McFerrin "Baby"
Sheena Easton "What Comes Naturally"
Simple Minds "Let There Be Love"
Van Halen "Poundcake"
Simply Red "Something Got Me Started"
Guns N' Roses "Don't Cry"
Jody Watley "I Want You"
Elton John and George Michael "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me"
1992 Bryan Adams "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" (live)
Simply Red "For Your Babies"
Bryan Adams "Touch the Hand" (live)
Guns N' Roses "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (live)
"November Rain"
Chris Rea "Nothing to Fear"
Guns N' Roses "Yesterdays"
1993 Paul McCartney "Hope of Deliverance"
Guns N' Roses "Garden of Eden"
Coverdale•Page "Pride and Joy"
Michael Jackson featuring Slash "Give In to Me"
Bobby Brown "That's the Way Love Is"
Coverdale•Page "Take Me for a Little While"
Billy Joel "The River of Dreams"
Terence Trent D'Arby featuring Des'ree "Delicate"
Bobby Brown featuring Whitney Houston "Something in Common"
Babyface "For the Cool in You"
Guns N' Roses "Estranged"
1994 James "Honest Joe"
The Human League "Tell Me When"


Year Artist Song
1995 The Human League "One Man in My Heart"
Bon Jovi "This Ain't a Love Song"
1996 Eddi Reader "Town Without Pity"
Vanessa Williams "Where Do We Go from Here?"
Lionel Richie "Ordinary Girl"
1997 George Michael "Older"
Aerosmith "Hole in My Soul"
1999 The Pretenders "Loving You Is All I Know"
B*Witched "Jesse Hold On"


Year Artist Song
2000 AC/DC "Stiff Upper Lip"
"Satellite Blues"
"Safe in New York City"
Richard Ashcroft "C'mon People (We're Making It Now)"
S Club 7 "Natural"
"Never Had a Dream Come True"
2001 "Don't Stop Movin'"
Brian Harvey and The Refugee Crew "Loving You (Ole Ole Ole)"
Blue "All Rise"
2003 Simply Red "Fake"
Sugababes "Too Lost in You"
2004 George Michael "Round Here"
"My Mother Had A Brother" (unreleased in full form)


Year Artist Song
2005 Geri Halliwell "Desire"
2007 Biffy Clyro "Living Is a Problem Because Everything Dies"
2009 "The Captain"
2010 "Many of Horror"
Meat Loaf "Los Angeloser"[9]
Matt Cardle "When We Collide"
2019 Bananarama “Stuff Like That”[10]


  1. ^ a b "Andy Morahan - AMLS" (PDF). Artists Make Lousy Slaves. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  2. ^ a b Morahan, Andy. "andy morahan about". Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  3. ^ "Andy Morahan | Biography and Filmography". Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  4. ^ "Andy Morahan". (person). ASG. 1998–2017. Retrieved 29 October 2015.
  5. ^ ""Out With Her" by The Blow Monkeys | Music Video |". VH1. Viacom International. 2 February 2009. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  6. ^ ""I Go Crazy" by Flesh for Lulu | Music Video |". VH1. Viacom International. 28 May 2002. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  7. ^ ""Get That Love" by The Thompson Twins | Music Video |". VH1. Viacom International. 1 January 1988. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
  8. ^ ""Vision Of Love" by Mariah Carey | Music Video |". VH1. Viacom International. 28 May 2002. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  9. ^ ""Los Angeloser" by Meat Loaf | Music Video |". VH1. Viacom International. 6 July 2012. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
  10. ^ "Bananarama release new single, Stuff Like That". Classic Pop Magazine. 7 March 2019. Retrieved 7 June 2020.

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