Adele VukoScreenwriter | Director | Producer

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 viral videos including 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 2016 sketch television series Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am, which Adele co-created, co-wrote and co-directed, screened on ABC and SEESO. The pilot episode of Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am was commissioned through ABC iView’s Fresh Blood initiative.

Most recently Adele wrote an episode for the six-part mini-series Love Me, produced by Warner Bros. International Television Australia in association with Aquarius Films for Binge. She also performed in the ABC comedy series, At Home Alone Together, which was nominated for an AACTA award for Best Comedy Series in 2020. Adele co–created and co–wrote the web series Over and Out which was nominated at the 2019 AACTA Awards for Best Online Drama or Comedy. The series also won Best Comedy Series at 2019 Rio WebFest, going on to win Best Director at the 2019 London Short Film Festival. The web-series is in development for a television adaptation which Adele co-created, wrote and will perform in.

Adele directed the second series of Squinters, produced by Jungle. The series, which aired on ABC, was nominated for Best Comedy Series Production at the 2019 SPA Awards. Adele additionally co-wrote on the first series.

Adele hosted Foxtel’s comedy series The Slot. She also performed in the series with Skit Box. The series screened on FOX8 and featured prominent Australian Youtube stars and comedians.

She and the other members of Skit Box directed an episode each of their original comedy webseries Skit Box: The Series, which received funding through Skip Ahead and is available to view on Youtube. Each member starred in the series.

Adele has trained at NIDA and ATYP in Sydney, and at The Acting Corps in Los Angeles. She starred on-screen in television series including 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. In film, Adele featured in the Australian Not Suitable For Children and appeared as the lead in the 2014 comedy feature Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse.

Adele has a number of feature and television projects in development, including a feature adaptation of her critically acclaimed short film, The Hitchhiker.

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