Zach Tyler Eisan once jokingly said in an interview that he would cast Mike as Aang if they ever made a live-action film of Avatar.
He appeared in a Nickelodeon segment where he talked about the southern praying mantis style of Martial Arts for the character Toph on Avatar the Last Airbender.
Prior to the airing of the second season of Avatar, Mike said in a Nickelodeon commercial that his top three favorite episodes of Avatar are (in reverse order): The Storm, The Blue Spirit and The Siege of the North (Part 2).
Mike, along with other Avatar the Last Airbender co-creator Bryan Konietzko, appears in a Nickelodeon segment called Secret of the Firenation: Storyboard in which they give fans a behind-the-scenes look on how the show is made.
He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
His own animated short, Atomic Love, has been screened at a number of high-profile film festivals, including Sundance. It also airs sometimes on the Nicktoons Network between show breaks.
He was a judge at the 2nd Annual Nextoons: The Nicktoons Film Festival.
He and other co-creator, Bryan Konietzko, traveled to China for inspiration on their show Avatar the Last Airbender.
He spent 12 years at Film Roman, one of the top schools in the country.
Mike wrote the first animated short named School Time Shipping, which first appeared on the Nickelodeon website in February 2007.
Mike was a guest at the Pacific Media Expo 2006 in Los Angeles, CA.
Mike will direct the season 2 finale of his show Avatar: The Last Airbender. This marks the first time he will direct an episode of this show, which he is co-creator of.
Mike, along with Avatar: The Last Airbender co-creator Bryan Konietzko, appears in a new Nickelodeon segment "Ask the Avatar Creators," in which they answer questions fans of the show have about the Nicktoon.
Michael has appeared in a Nickelodeon "Inside the Nicktoons Studio" segment, where he was filmed drawing the character Aang from his show Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Mr. DiMartino has appeared in several Nickelodeon "shorties" for his Nick show , including the "Behind-the-scenes" segment, which aired before the show premiered.
Mike has directed several episode of Family Guy.
Mike: (referring to Avatar Season 3) Book three is all mapped out, and much of it is written. We're excited about it, and we know the fans will be, too!
Mike: The current Avatar story will culminate in an epic battle between Aang and the Fire Lord at the end of book three.
Mike DiMartino: There are lots of new developments in Season 3, but they are all top secret! But the fans will not be disappointed.
Mike DiMartino: (referring to Avatar production) So you know, I'm pitching out stories one day, or writing a script, and Bryan is painting backgrounds or just running around.
Mike DiMartino: (referring to animation companies) We didn't want it so that we just send the stuff over there, like a factory situation, we wanted to be creatively involved on their side of things too.
Mike DiMartino: (referring to Avatar the Last Airbender Cast) We have found a group of great, young actors who really latched onto the characters and really brought them to life.
Mike DiMartino: I would want to be an Airbender.