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Deb Cox

Creating screen stories led by women

Deb Cox

Co-Founder & Creative Director

About Me

Over three decades, Deb Cox has created and produced some of Australia’s most iconic screen content. As Head of Drama for Artist Services, she developed a range of feature film and television projects, including the ABC miniseries Simone de Beauvoir’s Babies, feature film Dead Letter Office and – as part of CoxKnight Productions with Andrew Knight – co-created and wrote three series of SeaChange for the ABC.

Deb joined forces with Fiona Eagger to form Every Cloud Productions in 2009 and went on to co-create, co-produce and head the writing team on three series of international, award-winning, period drama Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. Deb has worked as Executive Producer and Story Producer on Indigenous drama The Gods of Wheat Street. She co-created Newton’s Law, and youth short form series Deadlock, which received the AACTA Award for the Best Online Series in 2018. Deb was Executive Producer and Head Writer on Ms Fisher’s MODern Murder Mysteries for the Seven Network and for the reboot of the much-loved series SeaChange, for the Nine Network. She Executive Produced and wrote the highly anticipated feature film Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears.

In 2016, Deb was jointly received the Jill Robb Award for Outstanding Leadership, Achievement and Service to the Victorian Screen Industry.

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