Kevin Shinick is an Emmy Award-winning writer and author as well as an actor, director, comic book creator and multiple Annie Award-winning producer. Best known for his work as a writer, producer and voice-actor on Adult Swim's Robot Chicken and for turning MAD Magazine into the Emmy nominated animated series MAD on Cartoon Network, Shinick has earned a veritable pop culture pedigree by working alongside George Lucas (Star Wars: Detours), directing Stan Lee (Marvel’s Spider-Man), collaborating with the rock band KISS (Scooby-Doo and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery) and helping Mike Tyson solve some mysteries (The Mike Tyson Mysteries).

A fan-favorite among comic book readers, Shinick has written for both Marvel and DC Comics. His recent work with Spider-Man has made him the only person to achieve a Spi-fecta: Writing Spider-Man for the comics (Avenging Spider-Man) the stage (Spider-Man Live! at Radio City Music Hall) and the screen (the Emmy nominated Marvel's Spider-Man on DisneyXD.)  Fans of Marvel’s animated universe will also recognize Shinick as the voice of Bruce Banner, The Incredible Hulk’s brainy alter ego on Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars, Marvel’s Spider-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy Wars as well as voices on Comedy Central’s Trip Tank, Fox’s The Cleveland Show, Cartoon Network’s Justice League Action, Crackle’s SuperMansion, Comedy Central’s Ugly Americans and NBC’s Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas.

Other writing highlights include the Netflix comedy series, Disjointed, starring Kathy Bates, Ugly Americans on Comedy Central, the Young Adult novel Star Wars: Force Collector and the Star Wars children’s book: Chewie and the Porgs.

As an actor, Shinick has performed in over half a dozen Broadway plays, plus numerous films and television shows, including Masters of Sex, Grimm, Major Crimes, Rizzoli and Isles, Sour Grapes, Trust Me, Without A Trace and as the host and “Squadron Leader” of the PBS’ series, Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? – a popular 90s sci-fi quiz show that landed him in the pages of Teen magazines, onto trading cards and into his own action figure.