Jeremiah "Supaman" Haynes.
Jeremiah Haynes also known as “Supaman” was born and raised in Queens, New York. At age 16, Supaman discovered his passion for dance after he joined 5 Crew Dynasty, a New York based Bboy crew. While with 5 Crew he learned and trained the fundamentals of breaking and popping. After High School, Supaman decided to pursue dance as a career and began to train in street jazz and hip-hop choreography at Broadway Dance Center. He was accepted into Motivating Excellence, a training program created by Rhapsody James for the commercial dancer, where he continued his training as well as started to fine-tune his freestyle.
Supaman also learned house, locking and hip-hop through the battles sessions and clubs in NYC. Supaman has won the “New York Throw Down,” (popping) “Boogie Nation,” (tutting) and “Battle for Your Life” (all-styles) battles to name a few and continues to make a name for himself in the underground scene.
Bringing the two worlds together, Supaman got his first big break in 2011 and 2012 Encores “Cotton Club Parade” when he brought the character of “Snake Hips” to life. Supaman has also danced for Radioshack, Microsoft, Renaissance Hotel and included with his crew “The Dynamic Rockers” has been the only dancer to appear live on the Rachel Ray Show. Supaman will also be featured in the 2013 motion picture Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and continues to pursue his dreams through hard work and dedication.