MikeNichols (born Michael Igor Peschkowsky in Berlin - 1931) is an American film, television, and stage director. He has been working as a director for forty-six years, ever since making his debut in 1963 with NeilSimon's ''Barefoot in the Park''. He is also notable as one of eleven people to have won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Tony, and a Grammy--in other words, all four of the major American entertainment awards.

Not to be confused with the American director Creator/JeffNichols.

Most notable works:
* The film adaptation of ''WhosAfraidOfVirginiaWoolf?'' from 1966. He also later directed a revival of the play in 1980.
* The film adaptation of ''TheGraduate'', for which he won his Best Director Oscar, from 1967.
* ''Film/CatchTwentyTwo'' in 1970
* ''CarnalKnowledge''
* ''{{Silkwood}}''
* ''BiloxiBlues''
* ''WorkingGirl''
* ''PostcardsFromTheEdge''
* ''RegardingHenry''
* ''Film/{{Wolf}}''
* ''Film/TheBirdcage''
* ''Film/PrimaryColors''
* The ''AngelsInAmerica'' MiniSeries for {{HBO}} in 2003.
* ''Film/{{Closer}}''
* The original Broadway production of ''Creator/MontyPython's {{Spamalot}}'' in 2004.
* ''CharlieWilsonsWar''