The creator of belgian cartoon hero Bob Stephen Hillenberg died at the age of 57, has been reported by Daily Mail. "We're happy to share the news of Stephen Hillenberg, the founder of SpongeBob," said Nickelodeon in Twitter for the American television channel for children. "Keep silence for a minute, honoring life and work."
Sponge Bob Stephen Hillenger, the popular cartoon character creator, has been diagnosed with severe amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Hilenberg is a former oceanographer. "SpongeBob" was created at the end of the 1990s (premiered in 1999), initially Sponge, who wanted to name The Boy, but was forced to change his name. Nickelodeon will announce the television channel, the animation producer, with Steve and his family, and will respect the desire to avoid commenting on the subject.
An amyotrophic lateral sclera, also known as Lu Gerig's disease, is a neurological illness. It causes the degeneration of the motions causing paralysis and, in many cases, produces a serious result. Unlike Alzheimer's Disease, this kind of sclerosis does not matter. They are not treated, but they are examples of patients who live long-term illnesses. The most famous example is Stephen Hawking.