Michael W. Dean is host on the Freedom Feens radio show.
He was a handful at a very young age. He tested extremely high on aptitude tests, but was asked to leave his public school due to his very vocal dislike of authority figures.
He was later kicked out of the private all-boys Church Farm School for calling the headmaster names. Michael flunked out of Jamestown Community College because he skipped too many classes “so I could go to the library and actually learn something.”
Michael went on to direct the documentary films "D.I.Y. Or Die: How To Survive as an Independent Artist" and "Hubert Selby Jr: It’ll Be Better Tomorrow" (Narrated by Robert Downey, Jr.), "Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom", "Gun Training With The Non-aggression Principle."
Michael is the author of the books "A User’s Manual for the Human Experience", "$30 Film School", "$30 Music School", "$30 Writing School", "Starving in the Company of Beautiful Women."
Michael played guitar in the early 80s hardcore punk band The Beef People. He sang and played bass in Baby Opaque and Bomb (Warner Brothers). He sang in the hardcore punk band Right Arm of Wyoming.
He lives and works at Intergalactic Prairie Studios in Wyoming and lives with his wife and their three kitty cats, Beast, Bob the Cat, and BipCat.