Kesav Wable is an award-winning actor/writer based in Brooklyn, New York. The pilot for his original series, Cuff, was an Official Selection at the 2018 New York Television Festival. His original feature screenplay, Dear Brother was one of three scripts from the U.S.A selected for the Maison des Scenaristes Author-Producer meetings at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. It also won 2nd place at the 2011 Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival, and the short film based on this feature was an official selection at the 2012 Chicago International Social Change Film Festival and Santa Cruz Film Festival.
He won the 2006-07 inaugural Indo-American Arts Council playwriting fellowship at the Lark Play Development Center in New York City, for his play For Flow. He later co-produced a short film that he adapted from Flow which was a finalist at the 2011 HBO American Black Film Festival and later, aired on HBO and Cinemax.
As an actor, he’s appeared on stage and screen. Stage credits: Aseel in There Is a Field (national tour); Bassam in Tsunami (PEN World Voices Play Festival 2014); Vilayat Khan in Soundwaves (New York Fringe Festival 2013). Film & TV: Nik in Lily In the Grinder (Dir. Michael Morgenstern, HBO Project Greenlight finalist); Anand in Yaatra (Dir. Dipti Mehta); ABC’s What Would You Do?