Glen Dolman is one of Australia’s most sought-after screenwriters and has written across a wide range of genres in television including the animated children’s series The New Adventures of Ocean Girl, Gloria’s House, Flipper and Lopaka, the comedy puppet series Li’l Horrors, the sci-fi series Silver Sun, the ABC youth drama series Head Start, and the Network Seven dramedy Always Greener. In the UK, he was an in-house writer/script editor on Britain’s longest running crime drama, The Bill (ITV), and a writer/script editor on the Cartoon Network sitcom, My Spy Family. In Ireland, he was a writer and the series script editor for seasons 4 and 5 of RTE’s popular Irish medical drama, The Clinic, the highest rating Irish drama. His online dramedy series, High Life, (Canal Play) has recently been nominated for the 2017 AWGIE Awards for Best Telemovie or Miniseries, with Luke Eve directing, Adam Dolman producing, and Steven Fry and Gina Carter executive producing.
Glen wrote the highly acclaimed telemovie Hawke for Network Ten, about the controversial life of former Prime Minister Bob Hawke, which won the AWGIE Award for Best Original Telemovie and three AFI’s (Australian Film Institute Awards), including for Best Telemovie or Mini-Series in 2010. In 2012, he wrote the TV movie adaptation of the 19th century novel, The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, which screened on the ABC and sold around the world.
His romantic dramedy feature film, I Met a Girl, is in development in Australia with director, Luke Eve and producer Adam Dolman, and he is writing the feature film, Modern Love, for director Rachel Ward and producer Richard Keddie. In the US, he recently wrote the screenplay for an animated comedy feature, The Ark and the Aardvark, for Unified Pictures and director John Stevenson (Kung Fu Panda). In television, he is developing his supernatural comic drama series Bloom for Playmaker Media and Sony TV, and is writing his drama series pilot, Home, for Hulu, with fellow executive producers, Simon Mirren and David Wolstencroft.