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Trevor Todd Trevor Todd i(A41514 works by) (a.k.a. Trevor Roy Todd)
Born: Established: 1947
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: ca. 1952
Heritage: British
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Trevor Todd graduated from Graylands Teachers' College in 1968 and subsequently taught at a number of Western Australian country schools. In 1996 he won an Australian Film Commission Distinctly Australian Initiative Fellowship designed to provide career development opportunities for writers, script editors, writer/directors and producers. The Fellowship enabled Todd to work on attachment with Paragraph Productions at Pinewood Studios in London.

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Awards for Works

form y separately published work icon Old Sam, Jasper and Mr Frank ( dir. George Karpathakis ) 1994 Z975869 1994 single work film/TV children's
1994 winner AWGIE Awards Children's Award Original
y separately published work icon The Cockroach That Wrote a Symphony Sydney : Methuen Australia , 1979 Z836107 1979 single work children's fiction children's humour Stella Lees and Pam McIntyre's The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature (1993): 417 comments: '...Cockroach is Benjy's pet. He writes beautiful music, but his career is cut short by a zealous cleaning lady, although his music is preserved through the efforts of the conductor, Sir Peregrine Ample.'
1982 winner West Australian Young Readers' Book Award Hoffman Award
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