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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]


Early life

He is the son of actor Ron Haddrick MBE, and was educated at Homebush Public School, where he was School Captain in 1972 and at Newington College (1973–78)[2], where he was Senior Prefect in 1978[3]. In 1982 he graduated with as a Bachelor of Arts (Honours, English) from the University of Sydney.

Film & Television Career


  • Winner (twice) - AWGIE Award - Episodes of (Home & 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)[4]
  • 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)[5]


  • Top Shelf 1: Reading and Writing the Best in Australian TV Drama ISBN 086819610X (Sydney, 2001)
  • Top Shelf 2: Five Outstanding Television Screenplays ISBN 868196118 (Sydney, 2001)[1]


  1. ^ a b Currency Press
  2. ^ Newington College Register of Past Students 1863-1998 (Syd, 1999) pp80
  3. ^ Rev Dr Peter Swain, Newington Across the Years 1863-1998
  4. ^ 2006 AWGIE Awards
  5. ^ 2008 AWGIE Awards

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