Joshua Teale

Killer Cowboy

Husband. Father. Friend. Lover. Tinker. Tailor. Soldier. Spy. A few of these things describe Joshua Teale. The others are the title to a really good Gary Oldman movie. While he hasn't been on stage or screen since high school, a life time of crappy customer service jobs has taught him more about acting than any school or teacher ever could.

Joshua Teale likes to think he's a stand-up comedian and you can occasionally find him at open mic's in Boston talking about gross stuff. He also has a website he farts around with from time to time:

Michael Wayne Smith

Captain Might, Mike Mightoffski

Michael Wayne Smith is a Boston non-union actor who has been in several short films and local theater productions. He is best known for the supporting role of Seth in the Deveney Brothers directed film "Noah". Michael is also a mechanical engineer in the lithium battery industry. He is represented by Model Club Inc.

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Troy Minkowsky

Super Life Writer/Director

Troy Minkowsky is a writer, director, satirist and comedian based out of Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from the University of Farmington in 2003 with a degree in Disciplinary Arts with a concentration in theater. Since then he has been involved in a number of creative projects in different mediums, but none more exciting than Super Life.

His stand up routines can be viewed on YouTube.

Matthew Rasmussen

Super Life Production Designer/DP

Matt Rasmussen is a multiple-award-winning artist and filmmaker based in Boston, MA. His animated films have won awards at the Woods Hole Film Festival, GlobalFest and the Boston Underground Film Festival, and he has produced animation for the Museum of Science, Boston. The Rhino Crate marks his first major collaboration with Troy and Christian since he acted as producer on We Heart Superman! Matt earned a BFA in Film from the Massachusetts College of Art in 2003, and interned in Hollywood with Contradiction Films and Cinematic Instinct. In his spare time, he runs, reads, and volunteers on a regional helpline.

His films can be viewed on YouTube, and other projects on his website and blog.