He treated the pencil as much as the head. Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of "SpongeBob", died in California at 57 years of neurodegenerative disease.
The extensive drafter of the small yellow rectangle that has come with viewer generations, this trained biologist, also screenwriter and director, has created his character series hit at the end of the 1990's. A character that sees life in pink, and never defeats its freshness. After removing the young audience, he will be filming 15 years later, and he will continue his career on the small screen. Almost 20 years after its first broadcast, new adventures of "SpongeBob" are still being produced and go around the world.