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Mike B. Anderson

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Mike B. Anderson
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Crew Information
Male ♂
Job: Supervising director
Character layout artist
Birth date: 1973 (age 48–49)
Number of episodes: 502
Seasons active: Season 1 - Present
First short: The Longest Daycare
Most recent short: The Force Awakens from Its Nap
First episode: "Simpson and Delilah"
Most recent episode: "Poorhouse Rock"
Movie: The Simpsons Movie
Comic: Lo, There Shall Come... A Bartman!!
Music video: Do the Bartman

Michael "Mike" B. Anderson (born 1973) is an American television director. He currently serves as a supervising director for The Simpsons and previously served as a director, character layout artist, storyboard artist, assistant director, and storyboard consultant.

For "Homer's Phobia" he won the Annie Award for Best Individual Achievement: Directing in a TV Production,[1] and the WAC Winner Best Director for Primetime Series at the 1998 World Animation Celebration.[2] He has won two Emmy Awards for directing Simpsons episodes, "Homer's Phobia" in 1997 and "HOMЯ" in 2000. He is also a sequence director on The Simpsons Movie. He was also interviewed in The Simpsons: Access All Areas.


Directed by

Character layout

Animation timer


Artist supervisor

Assistant director

Storyboard consultant

Additional timer

Storyboard revisions

Supervising director

Animation director

Sequence Director

Special thanks




  1. 25th Annual Annie Award Nominees and Winners. AnnieAwards.com. Retrieved on 2007-04-10.
  2. World Animation Celebration: 1998. Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 2007-04-10.

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