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Tom Gleisner Tom Gleisner i(A6205 works by)
Also writes as: Audrey Gordon
Born: Established: 1962 ;
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Tom Gleisner is an Australian director, producer, writer, comedian, actor and author. Tom is a co-founder of Working Dog Productions (with Santo Cilauro, Jane Kennedy and Rob Sitch), and along with Santo and Rob he wrote the bestselling Molvania, Phaic Tan and San Sombrero. Gleisner has been the judge of Channel 7's show Thank God You're Here [2011]. (Source: Publisher's website)

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2018 recipient Order of Australia Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

For distinguished service to the media and television industries as a writer, producer, actor and presenter, to children living with cancer, and as a supporter of young people with autism spectrum disorders.

Awards for Works

Utopia 2014 series - publisher film/TV

A comedy series set inside the offices of the Nation Building Authority, a new government office for overseeing major infrastructure projects.

For a list of episodes, see Film Details.

2017 winner Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Television Comedy Series
2015 shortlisted Logie Awards Most Outstanding Comedy Program
2015 shortlisted Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Television Comedy Series
2014 winner Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Television Comedy Series
Fat Chance 2008 single work film/TV

'The Prime Minister is caught out on talk-back radio, promising to tackle the problem of childhood obesity. Now the Unit must come up with a policy that keeps everyone happy.'

Source: Australian Television Information Archive. (Sighted: 11/6/2013)

2008 won AFI Awards Australian Film Institute Awards Best Screenplay in Television
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