Dustin Lee Abraham is an American actor, producer and screenwriter. He was born in Las Vegas, Nevada. He penned the 2001 cult movie How High for Method Man and Redman. As of 2009, he produces and writes for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A 2007 episode, entitled Dead Doll, was nominated for an Emmy for "outstanding makeup for a single-camera series (non-prosthetic).
On March 27, 2007, Redman confirmed on BET Rap City that How High 2, the sequel to How High, is being written by Abraham. The script is still in progress though the project is set to begin production in August 2008.
On December 6, 2007, legendary film director William Friedkin directed an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cockroaches, written and produced by Abraham. This was the first time Friedkin had made a presence in television in nearly a decade.
Abraham has graduated from Chaparral High School in Las Vegas, Arizona State University and California State University, Los Angeles.
Before his work in film and television, Abraham won the distinguished title of American Forensic Association Dramatic Interpretation National Speech Champion. Actor James Dean won the same title when he was in high school.
Abraham was mentored by Anthony E. Zuiker, creator of all three CSI franchises, while a student in high school.