Hailing from Wynne, Arkansas, Cleavon Meabon, IV is an artist with an extensive professional background in theatre, television, film, and recently radio.
After his matriculation through Howard University majoring in Musical Theatre and Economics, the young artist quickly took Atlanta by storm as a producer, writer, and director. Once coined as Atlanta’s Youngest Writer & Director at 21 years old, Cleavon produced some of the biggest staged productions Atlanta had seen. He has been featured on multiple television outlets, popular radio stations, and notable blogs like Broadway World and Back Stage for his projects. Soon after he delved into film directing and producing independent films, short films, series, PSA’s, and local ad campaigns for companies such as McDonald’s, The Salvation Army, Geico, and various other businesses.
He has worked as an extras casting director/local casting director for Paramount’s Selma, Barbershop 3, All Eyez on Me, Greenleaf, and Being Mary Jane.
Currently, at 25, he has returned to Washington, DC to continue his pursuits with the theater scene and Urban One.