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Adam Elliot is an independent Australian stop-motion animation writer and director based in Melbourne, ...
Born upside down and back to front in 1972, Adam was raised in the Australian Outback on a shrimp farm with his father - a retired acrobatic clown, his mother - a hairdresser, three siblings and two parrots called Sunny and Cher. Adam was a very shy child and loved to lock himself in his bedroom, spending hours drawing and making things out of egg-cartons and toilet-roll tubes. Despite being sent to a private boy's school where he excelled at Art, English-literature, Photography, Drawing and Sculpture, Adam failed dismally in all the 'important' subjects like Maths, Science, Religious Studies and anything to do with throwing balls. Due to his poor grades, his lifelong ambition to become a famous veterinarian has never been fulfilled. Upon leaving school, and to his parents dismay, Adam spent five years hand-painting teeshirts at a local craft market. His most popular design was 'Murray the tap-dancing Dim-Sim', which he put in pizza-boxes and sold for an overinflated price.
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