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Paul Sanderson is a playwright, screenwriter, nutritional writer, and author.
Also a director, actor, and composer, Sanderson studied at Sydney's Ensemble Theatre and the New South Wales Conservatory of Music. He has directed and/or acted in theatre and television in Australia, Japan, Britain, and the United States. His dramatic works have been produced in New York, London, and Sydney, where his play Maybe, written for and performed by teenaged actors, had a sold-out run.
After starring in and directing an acclaimed Off-Broadway socio-political play he co-wrote, he relocated to Los Angeles to write a screenplay for hire, also working on other features in development. During that time, he co-wrote, directed and starred as Capt. Jameson Macaulay in the independent film Lives No Longer Ours, a 'romantic drama of loss' set in 1650. It was filmed on location in and around Loveland Castle, Ohio. The trailer for Lives No Longer Ours has been featured by Sony Corp. at the Sundance and Cinequest film festivals, and at the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas. Returning to New York for a theatrical production, Sanderson also appeared on two CBS Network series. He has since authored a book on cancer and written related articles on The Huffington Post and in The Medical Journal of Australia's MJA InSight
- "LNLO Trailer". YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zhz2RAkbzF0. Retrieved 28 December 2013.
- "Briggs: Love, Cancer, and the Medical Profession". Amazon.com. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0089PD2EO. Retrieved 22 May 2015.
- "30 Stars and Doctors Sign the 'Petition for Briggs for Cancer Immunotherapy for All'", Huffington Post, 6 October 2014
- "Paul Sanderson: Immune response", MJA InSight, 30 September 2013