Marc Cayce


Marc Cayce was born in Detroit, Michigan, and moved to Los Angeles, California to attend USC film school. When he graduated, he joined MPCA/Orion Pictures as an Office Production Assistant. After nights of sleeping under his own desk, he worked his way up to an Independent Producer and wrote a film called "A Chances Taken," for Diahann Carroll. Marc was then awarded a Warner Brothers Records multi picture sound track deal based on the screenplay. In 1998, Marc Cayce wrote and produced a short film entitled "Nikita Blues" for HBO. Marc later shot a feature length version of the film, which was theatrically released in 2001. Foremost Entertainment/ Vivendi Universal released a film entitled "Forbidden Fruits," in 2006. The film stars Fredro Star, Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Keith Sweat, Keith David Rima Fakih (2010 MS.USA). This is a interracial love story between African Americans, Arab Americans, Chaldean Americans. Marc will be shooting a film with Multiplatium recording artist "R. Kelly" in Chicago, Illinois, tentatively entitled, "Steppin' In The Name Of Love". In 2008, Marc Cayce's third feature film shot in Miami and the country of Haiti, called "Haitian Nights" starring Vivica A. Fox, released winter of 2010. He is in pre-production on the film project, "A Chance Taken," his fourth feature film. Shooting on location in Detroit and Los Angeles in 2011.

Actor ( 3 credits )

Squatting (2018) Darryl
Detention Day (2016) Mr. Casey
Nikita Blues (2001)

Producer ( 2 credits )

Squatting (2018) producer
Nikita Blues (2001) line producer

Writer ( 1 credit )

Dolls of Voodoo (2013) (writer)

Director ( 4 credits )

Squatting (2018)
A Day of Trouble (2017)
Detention Day (2016) (attached)
Nikita Blues (2001)