Angelo is a writer, comedian and actor, and a graduate of both law and psychology. He has performed stand up comedy all over the UK, and has acted in numerous short films and theatrical productions.
He also co-wrote the musical ‘Love and Marriage’ which was performed at the Edinburgh Festival, and in 2011 he contributed to the Royal British Legion book ‘In the Footsteps of War’. His articles and short stories have been published both online and in print.
1. When did you start writing, and was there a significant event that prompted you to do so?
I don’t there was anything in particular that prompted me to start writing. In saying that, I started writing when I was about 13 so if there was a significant event I may well have forgotten it…
I have always liked writing, and used to spend hours writing stories, comedy sketches, poems, and even song lyrics at one point. When I started performing stand-up, that became my main focus so everything else pretty much went on the back burner from then on. It was only when I had a 1-2 month period of not doing stand-up gigs that I got back into fiction writing, and remembered how much I enjoyed it.
2. What’s The Artist about?
The story is a crime thriller set in London, which revolves around a serial killer who is preying on young actresses and filming the last 15 minutes of their lives. The recordings are then sent to the media. It’s a perversion of Andy Warhol’s quote about Read more »