Sergi Pompermayer (Barcelona 1967) has a degree in veterinary medicine and studied drama at the Colegio del Teatro de Barcelona. He debuted as a playwright in 1997 with Zowie (XXV Premio Ciudad de Alcoy). He has also written, among others, Refugiats, New Order, Sacrifici, Blues, Llum de Guàrdia (Ghost light), the libretto of the family opera La cuina de Rossini and América.
He has also written the dramaturgies of Timon of Athens by W. Shakespeare, Don Juan by Molière, Instructions for becoming a fascist by Michela Murgia and Carrer Robadors by Mathias Enard, winner of the Max Award for best adaptation.
As a scriptwriter he has worked on series such as Plats Bruts, Jet Lag, Lo Cartanyà, L’Un per l’altre, Porca Misèria, La Sagrada Família, La Riera and Jo, mai mai.
He teaches courses and workshops at the Obrador de la Sala Beckett, at the Escola Superior de Cinema de Catalunya ESCAC, at Showrunners, and also in master’s degrees at the Universitat Ramon Llull, the UAB and the UPF.