Skit Box

Adele Vuko is one third of the comedy troop Skitbox, who recently completed their comedy series Wham Bam Thank you Ma’am for the ABC and SeeSo in the US. Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am was commissioned for a pilot through ABC iView’s Fresh Blood initiative. Their short comic video Activewear, which parodies the active wear trend and which they made in collaboration with the Van Vuuren Brothers, went viral in 2015 and currently has more than four million views on YouTube.   
Her writing began with Short + Sweet, the world’s largest short play festival. From this Sydney-based festival, her plays went on to win galas, and were produced in Short + Sweet festivals around the world, including Dubai, Mumbai and Bangalore, and the Fringe Comedy Festival in London. Adele works on various television productions and TVCs within Sydney, including producing the hit web series Bondi Hipsters.
Adele has trained at NIDA and ATYP in Sydney, and at The Acting Corps in Los Angeles. She has starred on-screen in television including Underbelly: Razor, Deadbeat Dads sketch comedy shows Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting and This is Littleton, and in the Australian film Not Suitable For Children. In 2014 she appeared as the lead in the comedy feature Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse. 

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Sarah Bishop is a director, writer, actress and producer. She is one third of the comedy trio Skit Box who have achieved over 60 million hits online for several viral videos including the parody song Activewear. They were named amongst the 10 Australian Female Comedians You Need to Know on MamaMia, and received the Genre Excellence Award for their live show at the 2015 Sydney Comedy Fringe Festival. She is a creator of the sketch comedy TV series Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am with Skit Box, which she co- wrote, co-directed and will star in. The series is an Australian/U.S. co-production for ABC in Australia and NBC Universal’s new comedy streaming platform Seeso in the U.S. 
Sarah is currently in development with Revlover Films on two projects including Public Relations - a half hour narrative comedy which has received development funding through the Screen Australia Gender Matters program, and Plus Ones a dramedy anthology web series that has received development funding through ABC iView.

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Greta Lee Jackson is a freelance comedy content maker. She writes, directs and performs in an array of comedy projects for television and online campaigns and has a background in editing and post production.

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