Senior animator Tuck Tucker (Tuck Tucker), has worked in such SpongeBob Square Pants with Hey, Arnold! , Passed away on December 22. He was 59 years old.
Tucker’s family posted the news of Tucker’s death on Facebook. “The Tucker family announced with a heavy and broken heart that Tucker Tucker, father, husband, son, brother and uncle had passed away,” Bailey Tucker wrote on Facebook. “We know that he is loved by all the people we meet. If you want to think of Tucker and share it on his timeline, your family will appreciate it.
Tucker was born on August 20, 1961 to William Osborne Tucker III.He participated in the 1987 film Pinocchio and the Night Emperor Before boarding some of the most iconic animation works including the animation “1
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In the field of television, he worked on Nickelodeon’s Rugratz as well as The Simpsons. Tucker served as Hey, Arnold! Between 1996 and 1999, he also directed the 2002 feature film based on the popular Nickelodeon series.His most famous work is SpongeBob square pants. Except as SpongeBob movie In 2004, he served as the supervising storyboard director for 47 episodes of the hit series from 2007 to 2014. In addition, he also wrote 6 episodes.
In 2011, together with Jeremy Wakefield, Sage Guyton, and Nick Carr, he won the Anne Award for Best Musical Work in a TV show.His other accomplishments include Stewie Griffin, a family member: Untold stories, brought together, Quite OddParents, among them. In 2015, he began teaching graphics and animation design at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
Recently, he worked for the upcoming Bob’s Burger This feature will be released by 20th Century Studio on April 9, 2021.
Hey, Arnold! Creator Craig Bartlett (Craig Bartlett) went to Instagram to commemorate Tucker. “A good friend, a major cartographer, a tireless practical clown, an excellent storyteller, this is the first one I met at the beginning’Hey Arnold! Because he is the best I have ever Member of the board of directors,” Bartley wrote. “I will always remember him on his drawing board, his arm is blackened with graphite, and there are eraser scraps everywhere, which makes my character come alive.” The professional ethics of a killer work enthusiastically integrated into it. I am very lucky to be able to work with him for many years. He paid, paid. I already miss him and my heart is broken. Rest in peace, Tucker Tucker. “