Duncan Fine grew up on the mean streets of Sydney’s toughest neighbourhood, Vaucluse.
Having virtually no aptitude for the law whatsoever, he left his job as a solicitor and somehow got into NIDA where he studied directing. He worked at the Sydney Theatre Company, wrote and directed a number of plays, then moved into TV working for Hi-5.
He writes about media and children. He wrote a nationally syndicated parenting column for News Limited and co-authored the book, Why TV is Good For Kids. Duncan has also written opinion pieces in The Australian and the Sydney Morning Herald.
He has a delightful partner, two sometimes delightful young sons and a dog named Scruff who is starting his own Facebook page, Poodles Against Negative Stereotyping in the Media.
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