23 years old and recently graduated from Cornish
College of the Arts with a BFA. He has been acting
for over a decade and was featured in the educational
film series “Teens Talk About Sex” at the age of
15. He has primarily performed around Seattle with
theatre companies such as Breeder Theatre (Soap
Bubble), The Seattle Shakespeare Festival (Wild
Oats) and The Seattle Fringe Festival where he performed
his critically acclaimed one man show, “The Field”.
This is his first feature film.
Michelle was born 21 years ago in Caracas, Venezuela
and has been acting since the age of five. She has
done considerable voice work including radio commercials
for Seattle businesses and being co-host of the
Kidstar Radio show. Her considerable acting experience
includes numerous small local productions as well
as roles in the Bill Nye, Science Guy series and
the Seattle Children’s Theater. She is currently
enrolled as a full-time student majoring in Diagnostic
Ultrasound at Seattle University. Michelle enjoys
eating dark chocolate, Thai & Venezuelan food, reading,
working out and cleaning in her free time
24 years old and has had limited acting experience.
His work has included small roles in local community
theatres and student films. Muffin Man was his first
major role in a feature film. He primarily earns
his living working in a bank – but has been trying
to carve out a career in acting. He enjoys playing
with his daughter, laughing, music, and WWF Smackdown
wrestling in his free time
(Mom and the voice of Pie)
was born 33 years ago in Wisconsin, but proudly
states that he is a Montanan “by the grace of God”.
Steve trained in acting, voice, directing and stage
combat at the University of Montana and toured with
the Montana Repertory Company. His stage work has
included the roles of Max Prince in Neil Simon’s
“Laughter on the 23rd Floor”, Stephano in “The Tempest”,
Summerhays in Shaw’s “Misalliance” and Babbybobby
in “The Cripple of Inishmaan. He enjoys fishing,
music, traveling and sleeping in his free time.
was born 29 years ago in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her
only acting training consisted of one class she
took in high school but she’s managed to land several
interesting roles. These include parts in the films
“Childhood’s End” (1996) and Gravitas (2000) as
well as commercials for Subway (1996) and an Infomercial
Diet Aid. Angel is also a multi-talented artist.
She enjoys Anime, music, reading, garlic, flirting,
geeks, and personal drama (which she draws on for
was born some thirty-odd years ago and grew up in
the Puget Sound region. She can be seen doing improv
at Seattle venues such as Black Box Theatre and
The Northwest Folk life Festival. Muffin Man was
her first role in a feature film.
born some forty-odd years ago. He too is a stand-up
comic and can be occasionally be seen doing improv
at Seattle venues such as The Comedy Underground
but his day job is in the Windows Media division
at Microsoft. In his free time Mike enjoys spending
time with his family. Though Mike has always had
an interest in film and has worked behind the scenes,
Muffin Man provided him his first acting role in
a feature film.
”I am treating this as a grand
adventure, working my way through uncharted territory.”
Mike said. “I have no idea when the trail I am on
is going to end, so I am going to enjoy the journey
while it lasts.”
has lived a long and sordid life, serving junk food
to upper-middle class families. He claims to be
a direct descendant of R2-D2 but we have our doubts.
He can be seen posing in the occasional Sharper
is 35 years old and has lived in Seattle for an
eighth of a century. He has journeyed throughout
the commercial radio landscape, most recently as
a DJ at the popular Seattle station “The Mountain”.
He currently does voice-over work for radio, film
and television as he fends off the threat of a 9-5
job. And no, he doesn’t always talk like that.