Bob Caso received his BFA from Florida State University where he had the pleasure of working with such notables as Raul Julia and Joseph Papp. Upon graduating, Bob moved to L.A. and within a month had secured representation, booked a national Pepsi spot, and received his SAG card. Within that year he went on to book the lead in his first feature film, HBO’s “The Naked Truth.” Since that time Bob has appeared in numerous TV and film roles, such as a recurring role in “90210,” “Crusade,” “Out of the Wilderness” with David Carradine, “Ocean Tribe,” “FDR: American Bad Ass,” and “Ring The Bell,” in addition to numerous commercial spots for Pepsi, Verizon, Toyota, and others. Recently, Bob appeared in Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” and the feature film “The Ivy League Farmer.” As a voice over talent Bob has appeared in over seventy audio books.
Having relocated back to his home in Florida, Bob continues to work not only as an actor, but as a writer and producer as well. He has written six screenplays, with two being optioned and one in production. His first screenplay, “In Between Days,” which he also produced, stars William Russ (Boy Meets World), Amy Jo Johnson (Felicity) and Andy Ahrens (Jupiter Ascending.) “In Between Days”, shot entirely in Bob’s home town of Melbourne, Florida recently wrapped principal photography and is currently in post production. Bob is in preproduction for his second feature, THE SHELTER, which will also be shot in Brevard county Fl. Bob is also the Lead Instructor at Orlando’s premier acting school, The Actors Group Orlando, where he helps beginner and veteran actors alike to advance their craft. Bob just opened another branch of his school in Melbourne at the Derek Gores Gallery in Eau Gallie, The Actors Group Melbourne.