M. Dixon Causey is an award-winning director and producer, best known for his work in television, feature films, and documentaries. He was born in Greenville, South Carolina, in 1962.
Causey attended the University of South Carolina, where he studied film and television production. After graduating, he worked in the film industry, first as a production assistant and then as a production manager. In 1998, he made the jump to directing with his debut feature film, "The Last Goodbye." The film was well-received and earned Causey his first award for Best Director at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.
In the years since, Causey has directed several feature films, including "The Better Half," "Mystery Date," and "The Great Divide." He has also directed several documentaries, including "The Forgotten War," "The Mystery of the Lost Colony," and "The Battle of the Bulge."
In addition to his work in film and television, Causey is also an accomplished playwright. He has written and produced several plays, including "The Great Divide," "The High Cost of Living," and "The Righteous Path." These plays have been performed in theaters across the United States and Europe.
Causey has been honored with numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. He has won the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival's Best Director award twice (for "The Last Goodbye" and "Mystery Date"), and the San Francisco International Film Festival's Best Documentary award for "The Forgotten War." He has also been nominated for several Emmy Awards for his work in television.
M. Dixon Causey is one of the most respected and acclaimed directors in the industry today. His dedication to his craft and his passion for storytelling have earned him widespread recognition and respect. He continues to push the boundaries of film and television with his imaginative and innovative works.