Fab is an award-winning actor, screenwriter, playwright and director. Most recently he wrote and directed the critically acclaimed and award-winning series for CBC called Save Me, which was nominated for 5 CSA awards. Other accolades include ToWebfest Best Comedy Award, Best Comedy Award at the NYC Web Fest and was nominated for a Webby for best comedy alongside The Daily Show, and Jimmy Kimmel. He has over 20 episodes of true crime under his belt as a director and is currently in development with multiple projects for Canadian Prodcos, as well as developing a staged musical based on New York Times best seller, The Asshole Survival Guide. Before that, he sold a new half-hour for 20th Century Fox. As a playwright, he was most recently nominated for a Dora Award for his play The Summoned. Before that he was on staff as writer and co-produced NBC’s comedy Working The Engels, co-wrote true crime indie Perfect Sisters starring Abigail Breslin and Mira Sorvino and co-wrote Lifetime movie Too Late To Say Good-Bye starring Rob Lowe. He also co-created and directed half-hour Showcase and ABC hit comedy Billable Hours in which he starred. As an actor you might also know him from such projects as Lives Of The Saints starring opposite Sophia Loren, indie hit waydowntown, or as Ethan Gold in the groundbreaking Showtime series Queer As Folk. He is often recognized for an acting stint on the hit Buffy The Vampire Slayer.