Andersen-Tawil syndrome (ATS) is a rare autosomal dominant potassium channelopathy characterized by a triad of periodic paralysis, ventricular arrhythmias, and distinctive dysmorphic abnormalities. We present a 19-year-old man with characteristic skeletal dysmorphic features of ATS, early nonfluctuating proximal lower limb weakness from childhood, and neonatal focal seizures. He later developed fluctuating weakness in addition to a fixed proximal myopathy. A 12-lead electrocardiogram showed prominent "U" waves, and McManis protocol prolonged exercise test showed an unusually early decline in the compound motor action potential amplitude by 51%. Genetic testing revealed a de novo heterozygous mutation (R218W) in KCNJ2 associated with ATS. This is the first reported case of ATS in an Irish population with an unusual fixed myopathy from early childhood.