A truly original voice who penned the 2006 Sundance film turned quiet yet critically-acclaimed TV series Somebodies, Hadjii has spent over a decade being celebrated by the likes of Roger Ebert, Reginald Hudlin, and the Associated Press as a comedic voice ahead of his time. Since his debut, the Brunswick, Georgia native has penned the Random House comedic memoir Don't Let My Mama Read This, sold pilots to IFC and Disney XD, and written and developed content at Adult Swim, Fox, TBS, All Def Digital, and SmoshTV. Now, with his sophomore film King of Gigi in development, Hadjii's sensibilities as a writer & filmmaker are sharper than ever and ready to make some noise...right on time.
Hadjii currently lives in Los Angeles, teaches for University of Georgia's MFA Screenwriting Program, and is a consulting producer and writer on Liongate's upcoming Step Up television series, based on the film franchise. He is repped by MadHouse Entertainment.