Carl Caulfield is a Newcastle playwright, actor, director, screenwriter, dramaturg and lecturer. His works include Seems Like Old Times, Dante’s Dream, Human Resources, Shakespeare’s Fools, The Anatomy of Buzz, Where Late the Songbird and Hecuba Reimagined. Being Sellers, Carl’s award-winning, one-man play about British Goon Peter Sellers, was first produced in 1998 at the Playhouse in Newcastle, before transferring to the Edinburgh Festival and then to London at the Man in the Moon Theatre, Kings Road. Being Sellers was recently reprised at the Waterloo East Theatre in London with David Boyle as Sellers and then went on to the 59E59 Theatre in New York. His most recent play, Mark Of Cain, explores the impact of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) on a group of returning soldiers. Carl has just written, directed and co-produced his first short film, Chloe Comes Through. www.carlcaulfield.com.