Rocky Andrews's Biography
Rocky Andrews was a 21-year-old sandwich chain owner living in North Yorkshire when he entered The Apprentice series 5.
Rocky, who owns Fatso's Filling Station sandwich shops, was the youngest candidate for The Apprentice series 5.
Rocky Andrews was the second candidate to be eliminated from The Apprentice series 5.
Rocky Andrews entered The Apprentice, in spite of the fact that he already earned more than the salary on offer, had 150 employees, and 15 retail units.
Rocky, who lives with his parents in Chop Gate, left school at 16 to play football with Middlesbrough United but was diagnosed with arthritis in his knees and had to pursue a career elsewhere.
At 17, Rocky Andrews set up his sandwich business, which, by the time of The Apprentice, had expanded to 15 shops across the North East of England.
Rocky's father, Brian Andrews played football for Whitby Town, as did Rocky's brother Sonny.
According to the Whitby Gazette, Brian Andrews was a boxing fanatic and named his sons after Rocky Marciano and Sonny Liston.
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