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Dani Michaeli (born December 12, 1969) is an American television writer[1] and producer. He is primarily a writer for animated television series.

Dani Michaeli
Born (1969-12-12) December 12, 1969 (age 49)
Rochester, New York, United States
Other namesDan Michaeli
OccupationWriter, producer
Years active1991-present
Spouse(s)Diane Carpentieri





Year Title Notes
2004 South Park Consultant Writer, 7 episodes
SpongeBob SquarePants Staff Writer (Seasons 4–8; 10)
2008 The Mighty B! Episodes: "Artificial Unintelligence" and "Super Secret Weakness"
2011 Batman: The Brave and the Bold Episode: "The Malicious Mr. Mind!"
2012 The Aquabats Super Show Story Editor (Season 1)
2013 The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange Episode: "The Fast and the Fruitious"
2013–2014 Sanjay and Craig 4 episodes
2014 Breadwinners Episode: "Employee of the Month"
Sofia the First Episode: "King for a Day"
2015–2017 Harvey Beaks Story Editor
2016 Avengers Assemble Episode: "Ant-Man Makes It Big"
2018-present Little Big Awesome Episodes: "Sorry Mr. Sun" and "Gotta Get a Gimmick"


Year Title Notes
1996 Fugitive Rage Screenplay
2007 SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis Co-Writer
2009 All in the Bunker Co-Writer


Year Title Notes
2015–present Hamsters with Mustaches Creator, writer
Animated web series


Year Title Notes
2001 Satan's Top Forty Associate Producer
Flesh + Steel: The Making of "RoboCop" Associate Producer
As You Wish: The Story of Princess Bride Associate Producer
Adam Sandler Goes to Hell Associate Producer
2002 Know Your Foe Associate Producer
Death from Above: The Making of "Starship Troopers" Associate Producer


  • "Bikini Bottom 2" (in SpongeBob Comics #6, United Plankton Pictures, Dec. 2011)
  • "Eye Drop" (in SpongeBob Comics #18, United Plankton Pictures, Mar. 2013)
  • "Farewell, Squidward!" (in SpongeBob Comics #19, United Plankton Pictures, Apr. 2013)
  • "Silence!" (in SpongeBob Comics #21, United Plankton Pictures, Jun. 2013)
  • "Three Second Rule" (in SpongeBob Comics #24, United Plankton Pictures, Sept. 2013)


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