Gabriel Bergmoser is a Melbourne based author and playwright. In 2010 his first play, Windmills, was produced by Misfit Theatre, followed by Life Without Me in 2012. In the same year he self-published the novelised version of Windmills. In 2013 his plays Hometown and Reunion were produced by Centrestage Youth Theatre and Bitten By Productions respectively. In early 2014 his play Below Babylon became one of the most successful independent theatre shows ever performed at the iconic Revolt Theatre, a success echoed by its sequels, Beyond Babylon (August 2014), and The Last Supper (May 2015).
In 2015 Gabriel's Beatles comedy We Can Work It Out opened to sell out shows and rave reviews. In the same year he won the prestigious Sir Peter Ustinov Television Scriptwriting Award for his pilot screenplay based on Windmills and was flown to the International Emmys in New York in November to accept. In 2016 his first young adult novel, Boone Shepard, was published by Bell Frog Books; it was later shortlisted for the Readings Young Adult Prize the day after the sequel, Boone Shepard's American Adventure was released. The same year his plays The Lucas Conundrum, Regression and The Critic opened to excellent reviews while his early 2017 play Springsteen sold out its entire season. His play Heroes was longlisted for the 2017 Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing.
Gabriel is a regular on the popular podcast Movie Maintenance. He is also a writer and critic for DenOfGeek.com and co-creator of the webseries Bogan Book Club.