Raelle Tucker is a playwright and television writer/producer. The daughter of a playwright and a costume designer, Tucker up in Ibiza, Spain. She moved to Los Angeles at seventeen where she became a founding member and artistic director of the CAG Theatre Company. Tucker attended the American Film Institute's prestigious Directing Workshop For Women where she wrote and directed the short film The Clay Man. A screenplay Tucker co-wrote, Cheeks was a top three finalist in Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's Project Greenlight, and she was featured on the HBO series, which helped launch her television career. Read more... Eyes, Supernatural and HBO'S True Blood, where she served as writer/ producer for six seasons. Tucker has been nominated for Emmy, Golden Globe, GLAAD, Writer's Guild and Producer's Guild awards. And she won a Constellation Award for best Science Fiction Teleplay, and a Women's Image Network Award for Outstanding Film/Show Writer.