His feather was full. Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of "SpongeBob", died at the age of 57 in California from a neurodegenerative disease.
Accompanied by a generation of photojournalists, this biologist, as well as scriptwriter and director, created a successful character in the late 90s. The character sees a living pink and does not ever exceed the freshness. After winning the young audiences, he will be shot for 15 years and will continue his career on the screen. Almost 20 years after the broadcasts, the new spies "SpongeBob" have continued to produce and go all over the world.