In 1999, he created SpongeBob, a character that was always wearing beige pants that were too short and naively optimistic and lived at the bottom of the Pacific. Stephen Hillenburg died on Monday, November 26 at the age of 57, from a neurogenic disease, announcing the American Channel Nickelodeon on Tuesday. The latter sent the comic for several years and generated billions of dollars in revenue.
In March 2017, Stephen Hillenburg reported to have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Charcot disease, a neurodegenerative disease for which there is no treatment. He had also expressed his intention to continue working on the series despite the disease.
"A sense of humor and
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