Nick Cuti worked as editor, artist and writer for such distinguished comic book companies as DC, Marvel, Charlton and Warren. He created numerous comic books characters including superhero "E-Man” and the space opera hero, “Captain Cosmos.”
In 1986 Nick moved his family to California, where he spent 16 years as a background designer for the Hollywood studios such as the Walt Disney Company, Universal Studios, Sony Pictures, Paramount and MGM. Some of the projects he worked on were “101 Dalmatians.” “Gargoyles,” “Conan the Adventurer,” “The Mighty Ducks.” and “Defenders of the Earth.”
He then became interested in live action and filmed his first movie in California, “Captain Cosmos and the Pirates of the Forbidden Zone”. Moving to Florida he wrote, produced and directed Indie movies such as “Shock House,” “Tagged!,” and “The Lady Without Substance.”
His most recent creation is “Starflake,” a little girl who can live in outer space without any life support.
He is a two-time winner of the Ray Bradbury Award for writing excellence and a 2009 Inkpot Award winner for his work in Comic Book Art.
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