Dondré is a Jersey-born, Jamaican-raised television writer who employs satire in his work to examine the cultural crossroads of his humanity. The son of a nurse, his love for writing sprang from an early obsession with the clashing characters and chaotic cliffhangers on the soap opera, “General Hospital”. Raised by the same woke gayborhood responsible for artists like Lauryn Hill and SZA, Dondré’s childhood endeavors in writing, modern dance, and theater instilled from a young age the importance of socially responsible art, ultimately leading him to pursue screenwriting. After graduating Emerson College with a B.A. in Writing for Film and Television, he began his professional career as a writers’ room assistant for shows like Marvel's “Runaways” and ABC’s “The Crossing”. Dondré now splits his time in Los Angeles between a television writing gig at Imani Media, an independent, Black-owned production company, Imani Media, a day job in environmental public policy at Waste Management, and crafting his own original tv pilots.