Yule Caise
Minority Writers

Writer/director Yule Caise spent his first six years living in a basement. Consequently, he is thankful for every day spent above ground. As a child, his dreams opened and closed with credits. Once he realized not everybody dreamt the same way, the credit sequences disappeared and he’s been seeking quality credits ever since.

Selected as the 2013 Fox Writers Intensive (FWI) Fellow, Caise has a development deal with FX Networks. Previously, on staff of NBC’s Heroes, his work and contributions to The Heroes Digital Experience won an Emmy Award for Interactive Media Programming. Caise also wrote and directed the show’s first live action web series, Heroes: Going Postal. Other writing credits include Showtime’s Free of Eden starring Sidney Poitier, and the film Way Past Cool, Executive Produced by Milos Forman and Norman Lear. Caise graduated from Harvard College and earned his MFA from UCLA’s School of Theater Film and Television.

CONTACT: Kyle Loftus, APA, (310) 888-4200; Jairo Alvarado, Circle of Confusion, (310) 691-7000

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