Adam O’Brien

Featured Blogger, Host Of The Fantha From Down Under

A lifelong Star Wars fan, Adam has been captivated by the tales of Luke Skywalker and Star Wars from childhood.

Hailing from Australia his two loves Star Wars and Mad Max have followed him into adulthood. A Restaurant Manager by day, fan by night, formerly a podcaster: he was the creator, and host of two long-running podcasts: Jogcast Radio Network, and then Ausfans Radio Network.

He enjoys roleplaying games, especially all of the Star Wars releases from West End Games all the way up to the Fantasy Flight Games material. A big fan of Star Wars literature, he’s followed all of it with great enthusiasm.

He’s a musician, playing in everything from Australian death metal outfits to Latin rock, and beyond, playing guitar for thirty years. When it comes to Star Wars he likes looking deeply into the legendary tales George Lucas was inspired by.

He’s also a huge fan of Quinlan Vos – the coolest Jedi ever. 

Adam is the host of The Fantha Down Under on Fantha Tracks Radio.

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