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My Bio

Albert Jamae has been writing and performing in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Including film, television, theatre, radio and online.

Stage writing credits include a range of comedy plays from children to adults. One of his latest pieces Red Wire, Blue Wire won best script at the Lane Cove Literary Awards in 2015 and selected to perform in the Eltham Little Theatre One Act Play Festival in 2016, and has toured the Short n Sweet Festival throughout Malaysia, Australia, India and New Zealand. He won best script at the Fleurieu Fesitval of One Act Plays with The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe (The Untold Story), and is writer/lyricist of three full length school musicals. Wrong Side of the Tracks, Mystic Mountain and Twin Beat.

His screenwriting credits include the football comedy web-series, The Huddle, along with three festival screened short films, Stick, Beat It and Confrontment. He’s developing a comedy web series through his digital storytelling partnership John Dory Media (www.johndorymedia.com.au) and has written radio commercials for Adelaide radio stations, winning three national awards from Austereo.

Having written over 200 Monologue/Audition pieces, he has published a series of online e-books providing short scripts for actors, casting agents and drama teachers.

His latest endeavour is novelising an unproduced screenplay based on the true story of Australian Racehorse Icon River ‘Famous’ Amos as well as developing his first pre-teen fantasy/adventure novel The Bunyip Conspiracy.

Albert enjoys running scriptwriting workshops in his rare spare time as well as mentoring young writers to find their full potential.

Oh yeah and a bit of fishing.

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