Greg Haddrick

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Greg Haddrick
Born 7 September 1960
Sydney Australia
Nationality Australian
Education Newington College
University of Sydney
Occupation Screenwriter
Film and television producer
Spouse(s) Margaret
Children 2 daughters, 1 son
Parent(s) Lorraine and
Ron Haddrick AM MBE

Gregory Bevan Haddrick (born Sydney on 7 September 1960) is an Australian-born Logie Award winning screenwriter and film and television producer. Over the last decade he has won six AWGIE Awards as a writer, two AFI Awards as a producer, and an International Emmy Award Nomination as a writer and producer.[1] In 2012, The Australian reported that: "If you've watched an Australian television drama in the past year, there's a one in two chance it was written by Greg Haddrick."[2]

Early life[edit]

Haddrick is the younger child and only son of actor Ron Haddrick AM MBE. He was educated at Homebush Public School, where he was School Captain in 1972, and at Newington College (1973–78),[3] where he was Senior Prefect in 1978.[4] In 1982 he graduated with as a Bachelor of Arts (Honours, English) from the University of Sydney.

Film & Television Career[edit]


  • Winner (twice) - AWGIE Award - Episodes of (Home and Away)
  • 2003 Nominee - Emmy Award - Best Drama Series (MDA)
  • 2003 Winner - AFI Award - Best Drama Series (MDA)
  • 2005 Winner - AFI Award - Best Mini-Series (The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant)
  • 2006 Winner - Logie Award - Most Outstanding Mini-Series (The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant)
  • 2006 Winner AWGIE Award - Television Series Script (MDA)
  • 2006 Winner AWGIE Award - Telemovie Adaption (The Society Murders)[5]
  • 2008 Winner AWGIE Award - Telemovie Original (The Informant)
  • 2008 Winner AWGIE Award - Television Mini Series Adaptation (Underbelly)
  • 2008 Major AWGIE Award - Peer Recognition Prize (Underbelly)[6]



  1. ^ a b Currency Press
  2. ^ The Australian - Greg Haddrick
  3. ^ Newington College Register of Past Students 1863-1998 (Syd, 1999) pp80
  4. ^ Rev Dr Peter Swain, Newington Across the Years 1863-1998
  5. ^ 2006 AWGIE Awards
  6. ^ 2008 AWGIE Awards Archived 4 December 2008 at the Wayback Machine.

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