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Dreams do come true but first

you have to wake them up!!!!!

David K. Drew II is a native of Augusta, GA. He graduated from the Academy of Richmond County after which he joined and spent 21 ½ years in the United States Army. After retiring in 1998, he enrolled and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgia Military College (Atlanta, GA) majoring in Education. He is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, an Eagle Scout, Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges, and a Bronze Star recipient from Operation Desert Shield/Storm where he served with the “Rock of the Marne” (Dogface Soldier) 3rd Infantry Division.

          As an author, he experienced great success through the publishing of his first book of Poetry "Can You Hear the Drums" which is how he got connected with Bob J. Gaye and BJG Productions as a screenwriter. That alliance has enabled him to work in community television for the past fourteen years. This alliance also enabled him to garner experience both behind the camera, as a Producer and Director, as well as in front of the camera as a featured Actor.

          David’s first Novel "Augusta Nights" chronicles the history of Augusta Georgia’s African American community and the life of the most powerful political family in the South.

          David is one of the Executive Producers, Writers, Directors and featured Actors on “Cool Carolina Nights", (formerly "Love Always Charleston", “A-Town East” and Misty”), a Soap Opera drama from BJG TV/Theater Productions out of Decatur (Atlanta), GA. This independent drama is a "first" and is currently the longest running locally produced Soap Drama in the history of Atlanta (Community Cable) TV, airing for thirteen seasons. Find out more about this historic undertaking. Love Always Charleston was also the "first" local soap drama aired in the history of Charleston, SC television.

          Love Always Charleston has transitioned into "Cool Carolina Nights" which is currently being broadcast.

          In October 2012 David launched drew2mediadynamics, his own media production company which is currently working on a feature film, Christopher Garris' "Destroyed" and about to being casting for Krystol Diggs’ “If It ain’t broke”, a web series Bea Roge's "Planet Venus" and his ongoing Mini-Series “Prentice Place” which is based on characters from his novel “Augusta Nights”. He has recently directed the Movie Short "Northern Lights" which has gone on to garner multiple awards on the film festival circuit.