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Andrew "Andy" M. Siegel is a property master who worked in the art department of the 2013 sequel Star Trek Into Darkness, directed by J.J. Abrams. Together with Concept Designer John Eaves, Siegel more recently has been working on creating the props for the 2016 sequel Star Trek Beyond, directed by Justin Lin. [1]

Siegel started his career as on-set assistant property master on the television series Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986, co-starring John Paragon). In 1988, he worked as art director on the thriller Survival Quest, with Mark Rolston, Brooke Bundy, and makeup by Debbie Zoller.

After he worked as model maker on the science fiction The Abyss (1989) and as production assistant in the model shop of the science fiction thriller Solar Crisis (1990), Siegel worked as assistant property master on the comedy Cold Dog Soup (1990), the television series Dinosaurs (1991-1994), the comic adaptation The Rocketeer (1991, starring William O. Campbell and Paul Sorvino), the drama Lorenzo's Oil (1992), the comedy sequel Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993), the crime thriller Striking Distance (1993), the romance Love Affair (1994), the sequels Batman Forever (1995) and Batman & Robin (1997), the thriller A Time to Kill (1996, screenplay by Akiva Goldsman), the crime drama 8MM (1999), the drama Magnolia (1999), the science fiction thriller The Cell (2000), the horror thriller Lost Souls (2000, with Winona Ryder), the sequel Jurassic Park III (2001, with Linda Park), the thriller Red Dragon (2002), the comedy Christmas with the Kranks (2004), the comic adaptation Constantine (2005), the music drama Dreamgirls (2006), and the television series The Office (2008).

As property master, Siegel received credit for his work on the horror film Dolly Dearest (1991, with Denise Crosby and Chris Demetral), the action film Leather Jackets (1992), the action drama Get Carter (2000), the mystery thriller Vanilla Sky (2001), the fantasy comedy The Haunted Mansion (2003), the horror film Venom (2005), Bryan Singer's Superman Returns (2006), the drama The Mysteries of Pittsburgh (2008), the comic adaptation G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009, with Rachel Nichols), the science fiction film Avatar (2009, with Zoe Saldana), the remake The Green Hornet (2011), the comedy Bad Teacher (2011), the reboot The Amazing Spider-Man (2012, executive produced by Stan Lee and music by James Horner), and the television comedy Pulling (2013).

More recently, Siegel was the property master on the science fiction drama Transcendence (2014, with Clifton Collins, Jr. and Wallace Langham), the pilot episode of The Last Ship (2014, with Tracy Middendorf, Deborah May, Michael Spound, and art direction by Karl J. Martin), the science fiction sequel Terminator Genisys (2015, with Brandon Stacy and produced by David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Paul Schwake), and the comic reboot Fantastic Four (2015, with Reg E. Cathey and Wayne Pere and executive produced by Stan Lee).

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