Stephen Hillenberg – in the middle (Getty Images)
Stephen Hillenberg was 57 years old
The author of the lively series "Sponge Bob Square Pants" Stephen Steinberg died in the United States for 57 years. Reports about it BbcSouth Westerly
Hillenberg was diagnosed with neur-motive disease, or lateral muralotrophic sclerosis (ALS) in the last March. It is said that this is the cause of the artist's death.
"We are very disappointed about the death of Steve Hillenberg," said Nickelodeon's film company in a statement. "We were a close friend and long-term creative partner of all of us in Nickelodeon, in memory of the hope of hope, friendship and incomplete imagination of power."
Stephen Hillenberg was born on 21 August 1961 in Fort Silla, Oklahoma. In 1984, he graduated from Humboldt University in California and became a marine biology teacher at the Marine Institute, now known as the Ocean Institute at Dana Point. The artist and artist's talent and the beauty of the livelihoods of Hillenberg were raised for speeches with his own stories and stories, where a hero from the world appeared in the future – Sponge Bob and his friends.
In 1987 he graduated from an experimental animation course at the California Arts Institute in Valencia, and in 1992 he was awarded a Fine Art Master's degree.
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