Andy Hill (born Andrew Gerrard Hill, 1957 in Bracknell, England) is a British pop composer who scored many hits during the 1980s and 90s. He is most famous for his work with Bucks Fizz.
Andy Hill first experienced his earliest success when he co-wrote and produced the UK's winning 1981 Eurovision Song Contest entry for Bucks Fizz, "Making Your Mind Up".
Ironically, Hill himself took part in the 1981 A Song For Europe contest, alongside his partner (later wife) Nichola Martin with their band Gem, performing "Have You Ever Been In Love?" This was released as a single under the name Paris but didn't chart. Leo Sayer took his version of the single into the UK top 10. The song has gone on to be covered by many artists, most recently by Westlife on their Love Songs album.