Born Julio B. Caba II in New York City, at the Allen Pavilion, Broadway, Julius was raised in upper Manhattan and Bergen County, New Jersey. Charging in from the streets of New York City, at the age of 17, he felt as if he had done it all.
This exciting, young, work-in-progress Actor, Producer, Writer, Singer, Dancer, and Entrepreneur is proving himself everyday as a major force within the television and motion picture industry. He continues to strive for his passion in the entertainment business.
He was featured in major feature film "59 Seconds", scheduled for late 2014 release and has appeared in Short Film, Hustlers and Squares and "Shot Gun Poet".
Julius was recently flown out to LA by Paramount Pictures for “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones” screen test. Helmed by Director, Christopher Landon, son of Michael Landon.
On Broadway, as Associate Producer, Julius raised $25,000 for the Broadway Production “Stick Fly,” produced by Alicia Keys and Nelle Nugent.
He was also privileged to be Associate Producer on Black Stars of The Great White Way, a documentary chronicling all of the black stars on Broadway for the last 75 years. He was honored to team up with Chapman Roberts, Broadway Veteran of original productions of "HAIR", "Jesus Christ Superstar", “Hello Dolly” “The Fantasticks” "Bubbling Brown Sugar", “Your Arms Too Short To Box With God” "Eubie", Blues In The Night” “Five Guys Named Moe” "Smokey Joe's Cafe" and "The Gospel According to Broadway".
Julius has also served as Producer with Success Productions Cabaret Show at The Actors Fund Of America with Larry Woodard, singer/pianist and Victor Goldsmith, Manager of the Actors Fund.
Julius further extended his gifted reach into the music industry, having his singing debut at the Triad Theater in New York City.
He has appeared in Theatre productions of “Bye Bye Birdie”, “South Pacific”, and “Beauty And The Beast”.
His intensive studies include Studio Acting Master Class with Susan Batson;. Musical Engineering at Music Production Institute (MPI); Mary Sectarian for Voice; Actors Corner NYC and New York Voice Academy.
Julius has always been on the move. From Exxon Premium pumping in his blood with his first gas station job at 12 years old, to working at a Retirement Home for Actors, The Actors Fund of America. His dog was in the movie Tracers with Taylor Lautner. A white pit bull named Saint.
He is currently working on a book and movie titled, “First Year In, Last Year Out.”
Julius supports The Actors Fund and he is looking forward to the opportunity to join a nonprofit board. He cares deeply and maintains ongoing involvement in Disaster and Humanitarian Relief, Human Rights, Animal Welfare, Promoting the Arts and Culture and the Environment.
He is continually inspired by his parents, his Grandpa, sister and girlfriend as well as performing legends such as James Dean, Marlon Brando, Johnny Depp, Denzel Washington, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Eminem, and DMX.