BioYule Caise is an award winning Writer, Director and Producer of Film, Television and New Media. He is currently engaged as the writer of a limited series about James Baldwin in Paris for UK-based Impact X Studios. Recently he was a Writer-Producer on BET’s “Tales,” a scripted Hip Hop anthology series.
Previously, Caise participated in the WGA West TV Writers Access Project, and was the overall winner of the Fox Writers Intensive, earning him a development deal at FX Networks, in conjunction with Fox Broadcasting Co and 20th Century Fox Television. He is also a Film Independent Fellow, having participated in the Screenwriters Lab with his screenplay Snail Trails, about growing up in the shadow of the Black Panther Party. His prior work and contributions to the NBC hit television show HEROES won an Emmy Award for Interactive Media Programming for The Heroes Digital Experience. Caise also wrote and directed the show’s first live action web series, Heroes: Going Postal. As writer and director, his award-winning short films Shoes and Boys’ Night Out have played festivals worldwide. Other writing credits include Showtime’s Free Of Eden starring Sidney Poitier and the award-winning film Way Past Cool, Executive Produced by Milos Forman and Norman Lear.
Born and raised in Berkeley, California, Caise graduated from Harvard College and earned his MFA from UCLA’s School of Theater Film and Television.