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Mike Roth

Michael "Mike" S. Roth (born May 6, 1975) was a creative director, writer, supervising producer, and storyboard artist for Regular Show.[1] He grew up in Allentown, PA. where he would discover an interest for drawing, eventually taking art classes.[2] He graduated from Allen High School in 1993, and attended Kulztown University to study elementary education, while taking animation as an elective. Roth increasingly became interested in animation, so his teacher suggested he attend an art school. He then attended and graduated from the School of Visual Arts.[2]

After college, he worked for Nickelodeon's movies, helping to animate Rugrats in Paris, Rugrats Go Wild, The Wild Thornberrys Movie and the SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, as well as working on the SpongeBob series during its 3rd season as a storyboard artist. He then started working on Cartoon Network shows, such as Camp Lazlo, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack and, Regular Show. He also worked on the Disney show, Phineas and Ferb. [2] Roth also wrestles in his free time.[3] In 2014, Roth left Regular Show during Season 6 for the Cartoon Network Shorts Program, though he still would help write many episodes, along with the movie.

He resides in Los Angeles, California,[2] with his son.[4]

Boarded Episodes

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

  • "Replaced" (with J.G. Quintel and John Infantino)




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