The multi-talented Duncan Sarkies is a screenwriter, playwright, and novelist. In New Zealand he is best known for writing the hit black comedy Scarfies. He also wrote two episodes for the HBO TV series Flight of the Conchords: ‘New Fans’ and ‘The Cup’. He has written an episode of the series adaptation of What We Do In The Shadows for FX. In Australia, Duncan has storylined and written for the ABC2 comedy series Maximum Choppage, and script edited for the ABC2 comedy series Soul Mates.
Duncan has written two novels. His debut novel Two Little Boys was published in 2008 to rave reviews, and was brought to life as a major motion picture directed by Robert Sarkies in 2012, starring Hamish Blake and Bret McKenzie. His second novel, The Demolition of The Century, was released in 2013 through John Murray Publishers.
Duncan has written and directed The Mysterious Secrets of Uncle Bertie’s Botanarium, an epic radio series for Howl, in collaboration with comedian Jemaine Clement and musician Lawrence Arabia. It received rave reviews from The Guardian, The LA Times, The New Zealand Herald and The AV Club. For a full CV please contact email@example.com.