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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 19 March 1969Merrick, New York, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Kevin Shinick is an Emmy award winning writer as well as an actor, director and multiple Annie award winning producer. Having earned a pop culture pedigree by working alongside George Lucas, directing Stan Lee, collaborating with the rock band KISS and helping Mike Tyson solve a few mysteries, Shinick is perhaps best known for his work on the shows Robot Chicken (1 Emmy award/ 3 Annie awards) and MAD (1 Emmy nomination/ 1 Annie nomination) an animated series he created for Cartoon Network, based on the iconic humor magazine.

Kevin is also a writer for Marvel Comics: Superior Carnage, Avenging Spider-Man and AXIS: Hobgoblin (The latter nominated for Best Mini-Series of 2014) and has the distinction of having written and directed the first ever feature length stage adaptation of Spider-Man, which played to sold out houses at Radio City Music Hall and toured the country long before the current Broadway incarnation. Kevin has written for DC Comics, Disney Publishing, Lucasfilm Animation, EA Games, Comedy Central's Ugly Americans and most recently, the animated feature: Scooby Doo and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery.

Kevin has voiced characters on The Cleveland Show, MAD, Robot Chicken, Ugly Americans, Titan Maximum and The Looney Tunes Show. As an actor, he has performed in over a half a dozen Broadway shows, numerous TV and film projects and as the host of the Emmy award winning series, Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? - A popular 90s science fiction quiz show that landed him in the pages of Teen magazines, onto trading cards and into his own Action Figure.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Hofstra University

Trivia (5)

Kevin attended High School with Debbie (Deborah) Gibson, performing opposite her in their High School production of Fiddler On The Roof.
Is married to writer, Eileen Myers.
Received Hofstra University's "Young Alumni" and "Estabrook" awards.
Parodied himself in a spoof of "Carmen Sandiego" on Robot Chicken.
Publicly commended by Vice President Al Gore for his contributions to educational television.

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