|Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown|
|Family|| Julia Brown (widowed) |
Ephram Brown (son)
Delia Brown (daughter)
|Last appearance||Foreverwood (Part 2)|
|Portrayed by||Treat Williams|
Dr. Andrew "Andy" Brown is debatable the main character on The WB original drama series Everwood with most of the show's stories being revolved around his character. He is portrayed by Treat Williams.
Andy Brown had a wife, Julia Brown who died before the Browns moved to Everwood and has two children, Ephram and Delia Brown. He continued to see and converse with his dead wife during the first season and had trouble getting over her death and moving on with his romantic life throughout the series.
Season 1 Edit
Before moving to Everwood, Dr. Andrew Brown was a famous neurosurgeon living in New York City. He was mainly an absentee father, putting his work before his family most of the time. Although his daughter was still young and hadn't grown resentful, Andy had a strained relationship with his son and wife by the time she died in a car accident. Andy decided to move to Everwood because he was thinking about a conversation he and his wife had had before she died. She said that if she ever died, he should look in Everwood for her because "that's where she'll be."
Upon moving to the small mountain town in Colorado, Andy opened up a free practice in the defunct train station. This newfound competition with a famous and world-renowned surgeon resulted in a rivalry between Andy and Everwood's only other doctor, Dr. Harold Abbott.