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DiedSeptember 1716, London, United Kingdom
SpouseGráinne Mullan
FactWas replaced as keyboardist during the last leg of Depeche Mode's 1993-1994 Devotional tour due to "mental instability"

Andrew Fletcher was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on December 17, 1655. His father was a successful merchant and his mother was the daughter of a baron. Fletcher had two brothers and one sister. He was educated at the University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow.

Fletcher began his political career in 1679 when he was elected to the Scottish Parliament. He quickly became one of the most prominent members of Parliament and was a leading opponent of the policies of King Charles II. In 1685, Fletcher was arrested and imprisoned for his role in the rebellion against the king. He was released in 1688 and played a key role in the overthrow of King James II.

Fletcher was a leading figure in the Scottish Enlightenment. He wrote several books on philosophy and politics. His most famous work, “An Essay upon Government,” was published in 1703. Fletcher died in 1716 at the age of 60.

Fletcher was a wealthy man. His net worth at the time of his death was estimated to be £100,000. This would be equivalent to over £10 million pounds today.

Fletcher never married or had any children. However, he was close friends with several leading figures of the Scottish Enlightenment, including David Hume and Adam Smith.

General Info

Full NameAndrew Fletcher
DiedSeptember 1716, London, United Kingdom
ProfessionKeyboard Player, Spokesperson, Disc jockey, Businessperson, Enjoy the Silence, Personal Jesus, Just Can't Get Enough


SpouseGráinne Mullan


Music GroupsDepeche Mode
MoviesDepeche Mode: The Dark Progression, Touring the Angel: Live in Milan, One Night in Paris, Depeche Mode: The Videos 86>98, Devotional, Strange Too, 101, Strange, The World We Live In and Live in Hamburg, Some Great Videos, Depeche Mode: The Ministry of Sound

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1Keyboards player, Depeche Mode rock group.
2Was replaced as keyboardist during the last leg of Depeche Mode's 1993-1994 Devotional tour due to "mental instability"
3Has two children with wife Grainne: Meghan Fletcher (b. 25 August 1991) and Joseph Fletcher (b. 22 June 1994).
4Runs a restaurant named 'Gascogne' which is located in St. John's Wood area in London.




Screen Two1989TV SeriesMark Sefton


The Comeback2014TV Series performer - 1 episode


Aqua Seafoam Shame2012Documentary special thanks


Depeche Mode: Live in Berlin2014Video documentaryHimself
Depeche Mode: Alive in Berlin2014DocumentaryHimself
Vevo's Tour Exposed2013TV Series
Le grand journal de Canal+2013TV Series documentaryHimself
Depeche Mode: Tour of the Universe - Barcelona 20/21.11.092010DocumentaryHimself - Depeche Mode (as Andy Fletcher)
La Viola2009TV SeriesHimself
No disparen al pianista2009TV SeriesHimself
Depeche Mode: Touring the Angel - Live in Milan2006Video documentaryHimself
NotNa2005Documentary shortHimself
The Work of Director Anton Corbijn2005Video documentaryHimself (numerous segments) (as Depeche Mode)
Depeche Mode: One Night in Paris2002Video documentaryHimself - Depeche Mode (as Andy Fletcher)
Depeche Mode: The Videos 86>981999VideoHimself
Behind the Music1998TV Series documentaryHimself
Depeche Mode: Devotional1993Video documentaryHimself (as Andy Fletcher)
Depeche Mode: Strange Too1990Video shortHimself (as Andy Fletcher)
Rockopop1990TV SeriesAs Depeche Mode
Depeche Mode: 1011989DocumentaryHimself
Depeche Mode: Strange1988Video shortHimself (as Andy Fletcher)
Depeche Mode: Some Great Videos1985VideoHimself - Depeche Mode (uncredited)
No 731985TV SeriesHimself
Depeche Mode: 'The World We Live in and Live in Hamburg'1985Video documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Musikprogrammet - programmet om musik2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Ich will Spaß - Die 80er-Jahre-Pop-und-Schlagernacht mit Perlen aus Ost und West2004TV Special documentaryHimself - Depeche Mode (uncredited)

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