Stephen Hillenburg's "SpongeBob SquarePants" star of the popular animated series has died. On Monday, 57 years ago, Nervous Disease ALS died, said the transmitter in Nickelodeon on Tuesday. He fills the series "Humor and Innocence".
"Their original excellence and the bikini world underline their optimism, friendship and milestones," he said.
SpongeBob went in the air in 1999
As a teacher of marine biology and education, Hillenburg worked in ocean flora and fauna in 1992. Californian graduated in animation. "SpongeBob SquarePants" first appeared in the US in 1999. The series makes the Bottom Bikini Bottom Sea where SpongeBob, Starfish Patrick, Squid Squidward and other marine life sponge live. Children, youth and youth also had a series.
Hillenburg produced films
According to "Variety" series, 60 series episodes have been translated into almost 60 languages. The German version was first seen in Super RTL from 2002 to 2009. Hillenburg wrote and produced "SpongeBob" in 2004 and in 2015. A third film was directed to Hillenburg's death in 2020.
(APA / DPA)
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