Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
Encyclopedia SpongeBobia

Marc Scott Ceccarelli (born January 4, 1968; age 54) is one of the SpongeBob SquarePants crew members. He began working on SpongeBob in mid-2011, writing a total of 20 episodes. Marc Ceccarelli was originally paired up with Luke Brookshier, following the departure of Nate Cash.

He originally left the show in the middle of season 9, but came back in 2015 to work as the show's animatic director. Starting with "Patrick! The Game," he is now the showrunner and executive producer along with Vincent Waller. He is also known for his work on the Cartoon Network series Uncle Grandpa as a crew member and Phineas and Ferb and The Drinky Crow Show as a writer and storyboard artist.

He won the 2018 British Academy Children's Awards in International Animation and the 2018 Daytime Emmy Award in Outstanding Children’s Animated Series for his work on SpongeBob.[1][2][3]

Near the end of season 12, he and Vincent began directing new episodes of the series, beginning with: "Who R Zoo?"; this being officially that they already became supervising directors as well.


Awards and nominations for SpongeBob SquarePants VE


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International Category

Recipients: Stephen Hillenburg and Alan Smart (2007)Paul Tibbitt, Casey Alexander and Zeus Cervas (2012)Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier and Vincent Waller (2014)

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Special Award

Episodes: Fear of a Krabby Patty (2005)

Special Award for a TV Series

Episodes: It's a SpongeBob Christmas! (2013)

Artios Awards

Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Animation TV Programming

Nominees: Sarah Noonan (2010)

Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Animation

Nominees: Sarah Noonan (2011; 2013)

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Top Television Series

Nominees: Steven Belfer, Nicolas Carr, Derek Drymon, Mark Harrison, Stephen Hillenburg, Pat Irwin, Stephen Marston, Blaise Smith, Barry Trop and Ron Wasserman (2011-2013)

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BMI Cable Award

Nominees: Michael Bolger, Sage Guyton, Eban Schletter and Jeremy Wakefield (2013)

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Best Youth DVD

DVDs: The Complete 2nd Season (2005)

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Outstanding Achivement - Attraction

Rides: SpongeBob SubPants Adventure (2016)