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Mike Sinterniklaas


Director / Actor / Writer / Producer
NYAV Post
New York, NY USA

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Biography:
Michael Sinterniklaas is a veteran of the anime industry and has worked as a ADR Director, actor, voice actor, script writer, sound engineer, mixer and producer. In 1999, Michael founded NYAV Post, a bicoastal recording studio that has worked on over 500 anime and non-anime titles.

Michael is a prolific actor and has voiced countless roles in anime such as Dagger in Black Butler: Book of Circus, Netherlands in Hetalia, Xellos in Slayers Revolution and Evolution-R, Gasud in Jormungand, Kenji in Summer Wars, Jessie's Seviper, Joshua and Kennedy in Pokémon, Lucemon in Digimon, Ivan Karelin, Dark Magician and Mahad in YuGiOh, Origami Cyclone in Tiger & Bunny, Sarutobi Sasuke in Sengoku Basara, Sora and Utakata in Naruto, Jared / Jess in Speed Racer: The Next Generation, Luppi / Nnoitra Jiruga in Bleach, Angelo in Gundam: Unicorn, Age in Patema Inverted, Masakazu Masaki in Time of Eve, and Takeru in FREEDOM. But that's just the tip of the iceberg!

Outside of anime, he is also well known as the voice of Dean Venture in The Venture Bros, Leonardo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), Mikey Simon in Kappa Mikey, Nathaniel / The Evillustrator in Miraculous Ladybug and even Funshine in The Care Bears. He has also appeared in video games such as Final Fantasy XIII, Excom, GTA V, the Lego Movie Game, Xenoblade and is the lead Yew Geneolgia in Bravley Second to name a few.

As a director, Michael has worked on many anime, American series and feature releases. Anime include: Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, Berserk, Magic Users Club, Ah! My Goddess, Samurai Deeper Kyo, Slayers Revolution, Slayers Evolution-R, and Giant Robo, and the recent video game release of Just Cause 3. He's also directed several non-anime shows and movies including the recently released Phantom Boy, Peter Rabbit, Super Friends, Robotomy, and the Oscar nominated movies A Cat in Paris starring Anjelica Huston, Marcia Gay Harden, and Matthew Modine, as well as Ernest and Celestine starring Forest Whitaker, Lauren Bacall, Paul Giamatti, William H. Macy, Megan Mullally, Nick Offerman, Jeffrey Wright and McKenzie Foy.

When he's not busy at work, Michael enjoys photography, guitars, synthesizers, and Doctor Who, with Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor being his favorite regeneration.

   

 

Convention Guest Appearances:
2002
   Katsucon 2002 - February 15-17 in Baltimore, MD
   AnimeNEXT 2002 - October 11-13 in Secaucus, NJ
2003
   Katsucon 2003 - February 14-16 in Arlington, VA
   Nan Desu Kan 2003 - September 19-21 in Denver, CO
   AnimeNEXT 2003 - October 3-5 in Rye Brook, NY
2004
   Katsucon 2004 - February 13-15 in Arlington, VA
   AnimeNEXT 2004 - June 18-20 in Secaucus, NJ
   ConnectiCon 2004 - July 16-18 in West Hartford, CT
   Canadian National Anime Expo 2004 - August 27-29 in Toronto, ON
   Anime USA 2004 - October 29-31 in Vienna, VA cancelled appearance
2005
   Ohayocon 2005 - January 14-16 in Columbus, OH
   Katsucon 2005 - February 18-20 in Arlington, VA
   Kunicon Atlanta 2005 - May 27-29 in Atlanta, GA
   Kunicon Denver 2005 - June 17-19 in Denver, CO
   AnimeNEXT 2005 - June 17-19 in Secaucus, NJ cancelled appearance
   Anime Weekend Atlanta 2005 - September 23-25 in Atlanta, GA
   Anime Vegas 2005 - October 28-30 in Las Vegas, NV
   Gen Con So Cal 2005 - November 18-20 in Anaheim, CA
2006
   Katsucon 2006 - February 17-19 in Washington, DC
   Kawaii Kon 2006 - April 14-16 in Honolulu, HI
   Anime Boston 2006 - May 26-28 in Boston, MA
   AnimeNEXT 2006 - June 16-18 in Secaucus, NJ
   Anime Vegas 2006 - September 2-4 in Las Vegas, NV
   Anime Weekend Atlanta 2006 - September 22-24 in Atlanta, GA
2007
   Katsucon 2007 - February 16-18 in Washington, DC
   Toronto Super AnimeCon 2007 - March 17-18 in Toronto, ON
   Anime Boston 2007 - April 20-22 in Boston, MA
   Kawaii Kon 2007 - April 27-29 in Honolulu, HI
   Cleveland Colossal Convention 2007 - June 15-17 in Independence, OH
   PortConMaine 2007 - June 22-24 in South Portland, ME
   Otakon 2007 - July 20-22 in Baltimore, MD
   Supanova Pop Culture Expo 2007 - October 12-14 in Sydney, NSW, Australia
   Youmacon 2007 - November 1-4 in Troy, MI
   New York Anime Festival 2007 - December 7-9 in New York, NY
2008
   Katsucon 2008 - February 15-17 in Washington, DC
   Toronto AnimeCon 2008 - March 15-16 in Toronto, ON
   Anime Boston 2008 - March 21-23 in Boston, MA
   New York Comic Con 2008 - April 18-20 in New York, NY
   AnimeNEXT 2008 - June 20-22 in Secaucus, NJ cancelled appearance
   Otakon 2008 - August 8-10 in Baltimore, MD
   New York Anime Festival 2008 - September 26-28 in New York, NY
   Youmacon 2008 - October 30 - November 2 in Dearborn, MI
2009
   Ohayocon 2009 - January 30 - February 1 in Columbus, OH
   Katsucon 2009 - February 13-15 in Arlington, VA
   Colossalcon 2009 - June 4-7 in Sandusky, OH
   Southwest Animation Convention and Expo 2009 - July 31 - August 2 in Albuquerque, NM
   Mizu Con 2009 - August 28-30 in Miami, FL
   New York Anime Festival 2009 - September 25-27 in New York, NY
   Youmacon 2009 - October 29 - November 1 in Dearborn, MI
   Anime USA 2009 - November 20-22 in Arlington, VA
2010
   Ichibancon 2010 - January 8-10 in Concord, NC
   Ohayocon 2010 - January 29-31 in Columbus, OH
   San Japan 2010 - July 9-11 in San Antonio, TX
   Otakon 2010 - July 30 - August 1 in Baltimore, MD
   Mizu Con 2010 - August 20-22 in Miami, FL
   Anime Weekend Atlanta 2010 - September 17-19 in Atlanta, GA
   London Movie Comic & Media Expo 2010 - October 30-31 in London, UK
   Anime USA 2010 - November 12-14 in Arlington, VA
2011
   Ikkicon 2011 - December 31, 2010 - January 2, 2011 in Austin, TX
   Katsucon 2011 - February 18-20 in National Harbor, MD
   Sakura-Con 2011 - April 22-24 in Seattle, WA
   Anime Central 2011 - May 20-22 in Rosemont, IL
   London Movie Comic & Media Expo 2011 - May 27-29 in London, UK
   AyaCon 2011 - August 19-21 in Coventry, UK
   FanExpo Canada 2011 - August 25-28 in Toronto, ON cancelled appearance
   Nan Desu Kan 2011 - September 9-11 in Denver, CO
2012
   Ikkicon 2012 - December 30, 2011 - January 1, 2012 in Austin, TX
   Anime Boston 2012 - April 6-8 in Boston, MA
   London MCM Expo 2012 - May 25-27 in London, UK
   Otakon 2012 - July 27-29 in Baltimore, MD
   FanExpo Canada 2012 - August 23-26 in Toronto, ON
   Oni-Con 2012 - October 19-21 in Galveston, TX
   Youmacon 2012 - November 1-4 in Detroit, MI
2013
   Katsucon 2013 - February 15-17 in National Harbor, MD
   Anime Festival Orlando 2013 - August 16-18 in Orlando, FL
   Japan Expo USA 2013 - August 23-25 in Santa Clara, CA
   Izumicon 2013 - November 1-3 in Oklahoma City, OK
   Pacific Media Expo 2013 - November 8-10 in Los Angeles, CA
   Anime Crossroads 2013 - December 13-15 in Indianapolis, IN
2014
   AOD 2014 - January 25-26 in Burlingame, CA
   Kawaii Kon 2014 - April 4-6 in Honolulu, HI
   A-Kon 2014 - June 6-8 in Dallas, TX
   Anime Festival Orlando 2014 - July 25-27 in Orlando, FL cancelled appearance
   Anime Revolution 2014 - August 22-24 in Vancouver, BC
   Animate! Miami 2014 - November 14-16 in Miami, FL
2015
   Anime Boston 2015 - April 3-5 in Boston, MA
   Animazement 2015 - May 22-24 in Raleigh, NC
   Florida Supercon 2015 - June 25-28 in Miami, FL
   Comic Con Honolulu 2015 - July 24-26 in Honolulu, HI
   Anime Weekend Atlanta 2015 - September 24-27 in Atlanta, GA
2016
   Anime Expo 2016 - July 1-4 in Los Angeles, CA
   Anime Festival Orlando 2016 - July 29-31 in Orlando, FL
   Otakon 2016 - August 12-14 in Baltimore, MD
   Matsuricon 2016 - August 19-21 in Columbus, OH
   Youmacon 2016 - November 3-6 in Detroit, MI
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