Adele Vuko is an actress, writer, director and producer. She is one third of the comedy trio Skit Box, who have achieved over 100 million hits online for several viral videos including the parody music video Activewear (80 million views across Facebook and YouTube) and I Got That Flow (30 million views across Facebook and YouTube). Skit Box’s sketch television series Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am, which Adele co-created, co-wrote and co-directed, screened on ABC and SEESO in the US in 2016. The pilot episode of Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am was commissioned through ABC iView’s Fresh Blood initiative.
Most recently, she has worked on Foxtel’s new comedy series The Slot as both the show’s host, and as a performer with Skit Box. The series features prominent Australian Youtube stars and comedians and will screen on FOX8. Adele is currently developing a feature with Jungle as a writer/director, The Hitchhiker. She and the other members of Skit Box are also in development on a self-titled original comedy webseries, which has received funding through Skip Ahead.
Her writing began with Short + Sweet, the world’s largest short play festival. From this Sydney-based festival, her plays went on to win galas, and were produced in Short + Sweet festivals around the world, including Dubai, Mumbai and Bangalore, and the Fringe Comedy Festival in London. Adele has worked on various television productions and TVCs within Sydney, including producing the hit web series Bondi Hipsters.
Adele has trained at NIDA and ATYP in Sydney, and at The Acting Corps in Los Angeles. She starred on-screen in television including upcoming series Sando for Jungle, Underbelly: Razor, Soul Mates II, Deadbeat Dads, sketch comedy shows The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting and This is Littleton, and in the Australian film Not Suitable For Children. In 2014 she appeared as the lead in the comedy feature Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse.