IAN MEADOWS graduated from WAAPA in 2005. His TV acting credits include ABC’s This Christmas, East West 101 season 3, Underbelly: The Man Who Got Away, Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, the HBO series The Pacific and Rush. Meadows has also appeared in the telemovies The Shark Net and Rowan Woods’ 3 Acts of Murder. Meadows co-wrote and acted in the AFI award nominated short Water, and co-wrote and directed the short film A Parachute Falling in Siberia which won an Australian Writers Guild Award and received an AFI Award nomination. In 2012 he adapted and directed a segment of Tim Winton’s The Turning. Meadow’s TV writing credits include Foxtel’s Spirited, Channel 10’s Offspring, and the Fox 8 series Slide. Meadows’ theatre credits include: Downstairs at Company B in Ladybird, a production of his company Small Things Productions, and in 2008 he performed in The Modern International Dead for Griffin Theatre Company. In 2011 Meadows appeared in Simon Stone’s Neighbourhood Watch for Company B and The Coming World at the Darlinghurst Theatre. In 2011 he wrote and co-directed the play Four Deaths in the Life of Ronaldo Abok at Riverside Theatres Parramatta and his play Between Two Waves closed out the Griffin Theatre Company season of 2012.