Darren Chadwick-Hussein is an award-winning writer and producer. After graduating from the prestigious University of Arts MA Screenwriting program, he created the phenomenally successful online horror comedy drama The Bloody Mary Show. With over 2.5 million views and multiple awards including Best Web Series Comedy at the 2013 Indie Series Awards (nine nominations, three wins) the show continues to be used as an example of how to create successful online independent television.
His first play, Step Nine, is the story of bromance gone horribly, violently, wrong. Developed under the mentorship of Rikki Beadle-Blair and John Gordon, the play has been performed as part of Team Angelica's New Writing Festival at Theatre Royal Stratford East and as part of Lost Theatre's One Act Festival, where it was awarded 'Highly Commended Writing'
Darren specialises in writing and creating continuing narratives within long and short form series and is a tutor for the MA Raindance program. He has also written for film, stage, radio, and TV as well as regular contributions to blogs and vlogs. He is represented by Kelly Marshall at Smart Talent.
Screenwriting - MA - University of the Arts London
Jan 2007 - Dec 2009
Film and Video Production - BA Hons 2:1 - LCPDT (Now University of the Arts London)
Aug 1992 - Jul 1995
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