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Santo Cilauro is an Australian television and feature film producer, screenwriter and cameraman. He is a currently a member of the Working Dog production company which created the TV shows The Panel and Thank God You're Here. Working Dog was also behind The Castle and The Dish. He played weatherman Geoffrey Salter on Frontline (1994–97), Stix on Funky Squad (1995), and IT technician Griffin on the Shaun Micallef sitcom Welcher & Welcher (2003). Cilauro was, with Rob Sitch and Tom Gleisner, co-author of the Jetlag Travel Guides to Molvanîa, Phaic Tăn and San Sombrèro. He also created the popular internet character Zladko Vladcik. As a passionate Collingwood supporter, he often name-dropped the club in his sketches; he recently wrote a chapter of the Collingwood supporter's book, "The Barrackers Are Shouting". In the mid to late 1980s Santo was part of The D-Generation (D-Gen) Breakfast show on Eon FM (now Triple M Melbourne). Characters played were "Wayne from St Albans" and "Gino Tagliatoni".

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